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The Thomas family. Cash is on the right

5K in April will raise awareness of rare medical condition

Jan. 14. Project Change, a non-profit that seeks to raise awareness of Craniofacial Fibrous Dysplasia with McCune Albright Syndrome, will hold a 5K April 22 in Mooresville. Juliet Thomas said her son, 10 year-old Cash Thomas, was diagnosed with the rare and debilitating bone disease in his face. Background It causes facial changes, and potential […]

Mooresville plans a yearlong party. Holy sesquicentennial Batman!

Dec. 28. The Town of Mooresville is turning 150, and planning events throughout 2023 to celebrate. Here are some of the events — New Year’s Eve Fireworks Spectacular on Jan. 14 at LangTree Lake Norman. Activities before the fireworks include music, food trucks, a Ninja run, face painting, balloon animals, and more. Complimentary parking is […]


Great Race stops in downtown Mooresville June 26

June 3. After a pandemic hiatus, The Great Race will travel from San Antonio to Greenville, SC, stopping in Mooresville overnight on June 26. More than 100 antique automobiles are traveling cross-country, with stops in places like Joplin, MO. and Lexington, KY. After Mooresville, the racers proceed to the finish at the Hyatt Regency in […]

182 Brownstone Dr., Mooresville: $1,325,000

Home and property sales for August: Mooresville

Sept. 1. These are recent property transactions over $250,000 recorded by the county Register of Deeds in  Iredell County. Mooresville 7/6/20 $320,000 Joshua & Genelle Gardner to Philip & Deborah Solomone, 141 Chertsey Dr. 28115 7/6/20 $522,500 Ayers, Dortch & Lyons to Clear Capital Investment Group, 111 Bay Port Ln. 28117 7/6/20 $355,000 Michelle L. […]

Celebrities tee up to fight childhood cancer at Golf Classic

Sept. 27. On Oct. 24, local golfers will get a chance to compete with celebrity players and donate to end childhood cancer in the Braylon Beam Celebrity Golf Classic at Trump National Golf Course in Mooresville, with all proceeds going to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The tournament is named after Braylon Beam, the 6-year-old […]


Friends of the Animals’ Cover Dog pageant to be held Sept. 25

Aug. 24 Canine contestants will vie for fame next month as dogs compete in the annual Lake Norman Cover Dog Pageant. The event, which will be held from 3-6 p.m. Sept. 25 at the Historic Langtree Plantation, is a fundraiser for Friends of the Animals, a local nonprofit organization. It is open to dogs of all […]


Mooresville, too, urges delay on toll-lane project

May 19. Falling in line with the towns of Huntersville, Cornelius and Davidson, the Mooresville Board of Commissioners passed a resolution Monday night urging the state to delay closing on a project that would install hi-speed toll lanes on I-77 through the Lake Norman area. So far the Governor and the NC-DOT have not been […]


Opposition to I-77 tolls continues to gain traction. Mooresville Town Board meets tonight

UPDATE. May 18. The Mooresville Board of Commissioners will hold a Special Meeting tonight to consider asking the state to delay the financial closing on planned Interstate 77 toll lanes. Mayor Miles Atkins said there are “too many questions” around the $655 million project. “The state should hold off on its financial closing” with Cintra, the […]