Cool Spring Elementary School is one of 18 schools that will receive grants from the Jimmie Johnson Foundation as it announced its support for school projects in North Carolina. The school will receive $15,000 to purchase decodable readers and library books.
The Rotary Club of Greater Statesville recently installed new members. The club meets on Thursdays at Twisted Oak and welcomes anyone to visit and inquire about membership. From left are new member Brian Summers, with Kyle Houston, sponsor, new member Michele Knapp, with sponsor Paul Cook. A…
National Board Certified Teacher and Appalachian alumni Jennifer DiFiore, Iredell-Statesville Schools ESL lead teacher, was invited to attend the celebration ranking Appalachian State University as the No. 1 university for National Board For Professional Teaching Standards certified teachers…
Tim Ivey, chief technology and facilities officer for Iredell-Statesville Schools, spoke to Fourth Creek Rotary on Wednesday about the planning and building of Weathers Creek High School in Iredell County and about future projects at schools across the county.
And one of the cornerstones of the military funeral detail in Iredell County for many years was Joe Stallings, a career Army man, and in 2014, an award was established in his honor recognizing extraordinary efforts by a veteran in the community. Stallings was the first recipient of that award.
The General Federation of Woman’s Club of North Carolina Statesville Woman’s Club held its Holiday Cheer Giveaway Drawing 2021 on Dec. 20, 2021, via Facebook Live. WAME radio personality Bill “Billy Buck” Blevins and club President Dana White served as masters of ceremony.
When the Carolina Panthers announced on Aug. 31 that they would not allow fans to attend their season opening game on Sept. 13, fans all over the region had to re-evaluate their plans for what is typically among the biggest events of the football season.
Iredell County has been awarded federal funds made available through the Department of Homeland Security Emergency Management Agency under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program.
Boy Scout Troop 609 of Statesville camped at Camp Grimes near Nebo from Jan. 20-22. Scouts spent the weekend earning merit badges such as Space Exploration, Citizenship in Society and Railroading.
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The Union Grove Ruritan Club will sponsor a winter ham breakfast on Saturday from 7-10 a.m. at the Union Grove Community Building, 1869 W. Memorial Highway, Union Grove.
Three children died in the Dec. 19 fire and their mother has been charged with child abuse.
Three young children died in the Greensboro fire and their mother is accused of leaving them alone in the house.
The boy’s mother called him her “lil cowboy,” and in a Facebook post said she was heartbroken, but was “so proud of your bravery and your courage.”
A postal carrier was attacked and seriously injured by two Great Dane dogs in Lenoir on Thursday. Both dogs were seized by the Caldwell County Animal Care Enforcement.
An Alexander County Schools employee is charged with assaulting a student.
An employee of a service providing temporary workers to Iredell-Statesville Schools was found to be impaired while on the campus of Shepherd Elementary School, Iredell Sheriff Darren Campbell said in a news release.
The Iredell County Board of Commissioners took a moment in last week’s meeting to recognize Barb Thorson and her contributions to the county’s parks and recreation.
The Greater Statesville Chamber announced its annual meeting and awards banquet will be held on Feb. 16 at 5:30 p.m. at the Statesville Civic Center. The evening includes a networking reception, complete with complimentary local beer and wine, where members and guests can connect with influe…