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News Briefs - Week of 7/18

Luncheon raises awareness for Dove House STATESVILLE – Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center will hold its fourth annual Children’s Voice Luncheon 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 9 at The Cove Church, 197 Langtree Road. The luncheon, themed “It’s Up to You and Me,” offers a complimentary lunch… read more about News Briefs - Week of 7/18

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Building a boardwalk

MOORESVILLE – Work continues on the LangTree Lake Norman development as the company builds the boardwalk by the lake. According to RL West’s Executive Vice President Barry Rigby, the primary part of the walk will be finished within the next four months with the rest filling in over an extended… read more about Building a boardwalk

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Shoring up lake patrol

Cornelius, Charlotte police departments boos equipment, enforcement LAKE NORMAN – With summer officially here, area law enforcement agencies are ramping up lake patrols to keep patrons safe. Lake Norman boasts 45,000 registered boaters, more than that on the North Carolina coast. With that… read more about Shoring up lake patrol

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Former town leader dies

MOORESVILLE – Steve Husemann, who served as town manager from 2008 to 2011, died at the age of 63 on June 24 at his Mooresville home. Husemann spent his career in public service, serving as town manager in several Ohio towns, such as Tipp City (1979-1984), Sydney (1984-1990), Kettering… read more about Former town leader dies

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Celebrating Juneteenth

Community marks end of slavery with festival MOORESVILLE – Even though President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation on Jan. 1, 1863, to free the slaves, a later event, called Juneteenth, is celebrated all over the country. According to Billy Black Sr., who heads up the… read more about Celebrating Juneteenth