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Statesville Record & Landmark
Robertson brothers of Mooresville keep military tradition alive
Statesville Record & Landmark
Newly commissioned Army officer Allen Robertson (left) is joined by brother Ken Robertson III and their father, Ken Robertson Jr. prev. next. For the Robertson family of Mooresville, the U.S. Army is more than a tradition. Their military roots run deep ...

Charlotte Observer
Judge revives plans for Mooresville Costco
Charlotte Observer
An Iredell County judge has revived plans for a Costco at Interstate 77 exit 35 in Mooresville. Superior Court Judge Mark Klass recently nullified the town board's rejection of a rezoning last year that would have allowed for a Costco-anchored retail ...

Statesville Record & Landmark
Iredell real estate transactions: May 14-20
Statesville Record & Landmark
The following deeds were filed in the Iredell County Register of Deeds office from May 14-20. For more information regarding specific plots of land, visit TOP FIVE. » From Roush Fenway Racing, LLC and RF ...

'Youth Xplosion' event set for Saturday in Mooresville
Statesville Record & Landmark
The Selma Burke Center, 781 Agape Drive, Mooresville, will host the "Youth Xplosion" event Saturday from noon until 5 p.m. centered around the theme of “Restoring the Community Through Hope and Love.” Throughout the day there will be a jump rope ...

$20K grant will help Mooresville kids eat healthy this summer
Mooresville Tribune
Mooresville has received a $20,000 grant to support the town's out-of-school time healthy food access and nutritional literacy programs. The grant is part of $1.5 million the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) received from the Walmart ...

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