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 Teacher Resigns Amid Indecent Liberties Allegations
MOORESVILLE -- A Mooresville Middle School teacher resigned after allegations of indecent liberties with a child. A police report reveals officers are in the beginning stages of an investigation into Chip Pickard, former head football coach and ...
Mooresville coach resigns amid police investigation
A Mooresville Middle School coach resigned Tuesday as police investigate whether undisclosed allegations against him constitute criminal activity. Chip Pickard of Mooresville was a physical education teacher and seventh-grade football and boys ...
Mooresville MS teacher facing possible charges resigns after text sent to minor
According to Mooresville Middle School's website, Pickard was a physical education teacher and the head coach for the 7th and 8th grade football team, as well as the 8th grade basketball team and track team. School officials confirmed that Pickard ...
Mooresville Middle School coach resigns amid investigation
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Mooresville Police Chief Carl Robbins told the Mooresville Tribune his department is investigating "allegations" against Chip Pickard, the MMS head football and basketball coach and a physical education teacher there since 2010, but that no criminal ...
New 'specialty plate' in NC to support top teachers
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 ...
SURVEY: NC teens smoke less, use e-cigs more
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- State health officials said Friday that smoking levels among public high-school and middle-school students reached an historic low rate during 2013. But they also expressed concern that a small, but increasing, number of students ...
'Cowboy' performer draws smiles, whistles and waves from NC 150 motorists in ...
Fred “Sonny” Hoffman doesn't actually play the guitar, but with music blasting from speakers behind him he strums away as cars pass by on N.C.150 west of Mooresville every Tuesday night. Tuesday night is open mic night at Red Neck Hollywood, and ...
Increase in N.C. unemployment rate is largest in three years
Another sizable drop in the state's labor force during August contributed to the largest month-over-month increase in the N.C. unemployment rate in three years, the N.C. Commerce Department reported today. The August rate was 6.8 percent, up from 6.5 ...
Mooresville High football captures community spirit
In 2011, two years after going 0-11, Mooresville qualified for the N.C. 4A Western regional championship game. This season the Blue Devils are aiming higher, led by a kid Burchett considers among the best players in school history: senior Akease Rankin.
Complaints flow as Mooresville's Doolie Road backs up
Mooresville resident and retired General Electric Manager Bill Nagel has been pushing to get an extension on Doolie Road, the dead-end road that connects Lake Norman High School and N.C. 150, for years. Nagel isn't giving up after learning that others ...
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The “Keenagers,” a group of age 50-plus parishioners from Huntersville United Methodist Church, recently visited the Historic Hugh Torrance House and Store in Huntersville. From left are Carolyn Duke, Raye Duke, Christine Hollister, Gary Hollister ...
Lake Norman meeting on I-77 toll lanes becomes heated
A North Carolina Department of Transportation representative addressed concerns Friday morning about the toll lanes set to come to Iredell and Mecklenburg counties. Warren Cooksey spoke before some at the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce who are ...
Hough stuns Lake Norman, 35-31
Osborne's touchdown capped a 17-point fourth-quarter comeback for Hough, which stunned Lake Norman 35-31 on Friday night in a game that lasted well over three hours and featured over 300 yards of combined penalties. “I saw the strong safety move over ...
Mooresville OKs Lake Norman community
MOORESVILLE --- Mooresville commissioners late Monday unanimously approved a rezoning for a 136-acre development at the Cornelius Creek section of Lake Norman. Developer Hinckley Gauvain LLC plans to build 164 single-family homes and 38 ...
Hybrid striped bass are biting in Lake Norman
It has taken a few years, but hybrid striped bass now are being caught with some regularity by Lake Norman fishermen. Recent weeks have brought nice catches by anglers fishing the main river channel from Marker 18 north to the Buffalo Shoals Road ...
Hotel to anchor planned Lake Norman community
The Mooresville developer who launched what is now the nearly $1 billion LangTree Lake Norman mixed-used community plans a smaller nearby development to be anchored by a 108-room hotel. The 25-acre Alcove Commons also would include 61 ...