It isn’t clear what type of response WBTV’s Nick Ochsner thought he’d get from the community when he petitioned for the release of Mooresville
On May 4, 2019, a family lost a beloved son, brother, fiancé – and Mooresville lost one of its finest and bravest.
To mark one year since K9 Officer Jordan Sheldon was killed in the line of duty, a small group of area residents is urging the community to honor the fallen officer by supporting an effort his family says would have meant the world to him.
Special to the Scoop By: LISA E. CARVER Dead Stroke. In the pool world, Dead Stroke equals a performance and execution so flawless —
This article first appeared in the July edition of the Iredell Free News Monthly. By JAIME GATTON The Mooresville Scoop It’s the right message
It’s easy to see why Claire Connelly and Fabian Elmes became “baes.” Their shared passions and work ethic, combined with skills they learned from past professions, catapulted the powerhouse couple into creating what quickly became one of the most-loved food trucks in the Greater Charlotte area: Bae’s Burgers.
In September — within just a few years of moving their belongings, including the food truck, from Miami to be closer to family in Statesville — Connelly and her husband Elmes had grown enough to trade-in their food truck for a storefront in Downtown Mooresville.
I was a newspaper reporter in Mooresville, NC for a decade and covered local government issues from 2003 to 2006.