As cases of the coronavirus rise in Iredell County, don’t expect to be told the specific area of the county’s new diagnoses.
That would risk identifying a patient … and that is illegal, said Iredell County Health Director Jane Hinson.
Hinson cited Iredell’s size as the reason health officials here – unlike in other counties – don’t offer more detailed information about general locations of diagnoses. “The risk of identification related to the sharing of cities and zip codes is much greater in Iredell County than it is in a county with a population of greater than a million people,” she wrote in an email to the Scoop this week.
Combining two of Mooresville’s oldest, most treasured downtown businesses and families under one roof has reunited a small, “old town” community of people.
And it feels like home, they say.
Near the town’s historic Mill Village, far from the traffic and noise of the western part of town, lies one of Mooresville’s best-kept secrets. Folks passing by Shop N Save Markets at 1105 Mecklenburg Highway may mistake it for an unassuming gas station. But any Mooresville native will agree: that building has for years boasted “the best steaks in Mooresville.”
Mooresville Police Chief Damon Williams has resigned. He submitted his letter of resignation this afternoon to Town Manager Randy Hemann, according to Kim Sellers,
I was a newspaper reporter in Mooresville, NC for a decade and covered local government issues from 2003 to 2006.