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2011 – 2012 Preschool Registration

First baptist Church Preschool

First Baptist Church Weekday Preschool in Mooresville will begin registration for the 2011 – 2012 school year on January 27th from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.  We offer classes for ages 12 months to 5 years.  For more information please contact the Preschool Office at 704.799.1280 or visit our website at www.fbcmooresville.com and click on the “Preschool” link.  Registration will be ongoing until all spots are filled.  We are located at 150 S. church St. in Mooresville.


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Mooresville News

Mooresville news


  • 1 dead, 1 injured in Mooresville shooting
    Charlotte Observer
    Mooresville police said they found one man shot to death and another suffering from a gunshot wound early Saturday morning on the edge of its downtown. Marquise Leon Dalton, 24, of Mooresville was killed, police said, while 23-year-old Demitree Lenoy ...

  • Mooresville police raid massage businesses, arrest 6
    Charlotte Observer
    At Bella Nova Spa, 197-F W. Plaza Drive (N.C. 150), police charged Ingrid Karina Vides Ventura of Charlotte with misdemeanor prostitution, practicing massage therapy without a license, and violation of a city ordinance, and Amanda Jane Lozano of ...

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  • Harvest Garden Pro, a division of Harvest Power, Inc. is planning to locate ...
    Area Development Online
    “We appreciate the support we received from the State of North Carolina and the Mooresville community. Their efforts were instrumental in making this relocation a reality. We plan to get up and running quickly and we are looking forward to a robust ...

  • No prices set yet for proposed Interstate 77 tolls
    Danbury News Times
    MOORESVILLE, N.C. (AP) — A company that will build and operate toll lanes on Interstate 77 from Charlotte to Mooresville says it will decide how much drivers will pay once it finishes a traffic projection study on the 26-mile project. The Charlotte ...

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  • NC fares well on federal dollars for solar projects
    Mooresville Tribune
    The U.S. Agriculture Department said Thursday it has provided a combined $55.2 million in loan guarantees for 18 projects solar energy projects in North Carolina, along with a combined $399,000 in grant money to 21 projects. It was not clear if any of ...

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  • New 'specialty plate' in NC to support top teachers
    Mooresville Tribune
    GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Motorists can accelerate pay raises for North Carolina's best teachers with license plates unveiled Thursday by state Republican leaders. Lt. Gov. Dan Forest promoted the new “I Support Teachers” tag in a late-morning news ...

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  • Company bringing 380 jobs to Mooresville
    WCNC
    MOORESVILLE, N.C. -- Nearly 400 jobs are coming to Mooresville through the pest-control solutions company Earth-Kind. With Iredell County's unemployment rate at 6.5%, Mooresville's job fair Tuesday was an important opportunity for the 800 people who ...

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Lake Norman News

Lake Norman News


  • Man rescued after attempting to swim across Lake Norman
    WSOC Charlotte
    A man was rescued around midnight Sunday after he attempted to swim across Lake Norman following a fight with his brother on a jet ski, deputies said. The Iredell County Sheriff's Office said it received a call just before 9 p.m. Saturday. The caller ...

  • Commuity Ablaze With "Run, Ride and Rhythm" Fundraiser Benefitting Lake ...
    DigitalJournal.com
    This coming Saturday, October 25, Lake Norman Volunteer Fire Department will host its first-ever Run Ride and Rhythm Festival and Family Fun Day presented by Sellstate Select Real Estate. All proceeds from the event – which will take place at the ...

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  • Talk of the Towns for October 22, 2014
    The Lake Norman Citizen
    Politics might make strange bedfellows, but sometimes the politicking appears to happen on a waterbed with a class of kindergartners jumping on it. Follow us on this one. With more than three million members, the National Education Association (NEA) is ...


  • Horse's Mouth for October 22, 2014
    The Lake Norman Citizen
    Charlotte-Douglas Airport Aviation Director Brent Cagle, who lives in Huntersville, on last year's increase of air traffic over the Lake Norman area with the temporary closing of Runway 5/23. “Well ... yes. Because the traffic coming in will shift up ...


  • High school tennis: Lake Norman's Gish wins NC west regional singles title
    Charlotte Observer
    On a sun-splashed day at Ardrey Kell at the N.C. West Girls 4A Tennis Regionals, 12 players earned a trip to the state finals next Saturday in Raleigh. No. 1 seeded Lauren Gish of Lake Norman High School continued her unbeaten streak by besting Ardrey ...


  • Whole Foods sets Nov. 4 opening for Lake Norman store, offers sneak peek
    Charlotte Business Journal
    Whole Foods Market (NASDAQ: WFM) will open its Lake Norman location on Nov. 4. The store is in the Northcross Commons shopping center at 9129 Sam Furr Road in Huntersville. The 35,000-square foot store includes a 24-tap growler station and a burger ...


  • Lake Norman swimmer lucky to be alive
    Statesville Record & Landmark
    Iredell County Sheriff's Office boat and try to help locate a swimmer on Lake Norman. Subscription Required. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Have an ...

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  • Mooresville delays decision on Lake Norman mixed-use project
    Charlotte Observer
    MOORESVILLE The developer of a proposed mixed-use community on Lake Norman said he'll ditch plans for a 108-room hotel in order to get the project approved by the Mooresville Board of Commissioners. “We're willing to remove it if necessary,” Brad ...

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  • Lake Norman Marine Commission sinks rumors about buoys
    Statesville Record & Landmark
    Rumors across social media regarding the Lake Norman Marine Commission closing creeks and changing no-wake buoy ordinances prompted a big crowd to turn out at the commission's monthly meeting this week. Board Chairman John Marino said there ...

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