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Drivers slide on icy roads

HUNTERSVILLE — A blanket of snow and icy conditions shut down schools in Mecklenburg, Iredell and Lincoln counties and sent emergency personnel out to aid drivers Jan. 28-29. Huntersville Fire Department Public Information Officer Bill Suthard said personnel responded to five accidents, each… read more about Drivers slide on icy roads

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News Briefs - Week of 1/30

Davidson park bridge moving forward DAVIDSON – Town staff are crossing their fingers in hopes a pedestrian bridge won’t be held up much longer. To resume construction of the boardwalk at Roosevelt Wilson, Davidson Public Information Officer Cristina Shaul said they have received approval from… read more about News Briefs - Week of 1/30

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Novant Health reaches out

Health-care system offers free screenings HUNTERSVILLE – One of Novant Health’s biggest missions in 2014 will be to screen at least 500,000 people for pre-diabetes, obesity and high blood pressure. Huntersville residents were some of the first to get free screenings in what is the… read more about Novant Health reaches out

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Warm up at the Souper Bowl

Cook-off to help people get home repairs DAVIDSON — Bragging rights are up for grabs at the 10th annual Souper Bowl soup cook-off to benefit the Davidson Housing Coalition’s Hands Around Mecklenburg/Mooresville Making Emergency Repairs Safely (HAMMERS) program. It’s tasters’ choice, so… read more about Warm up at the Souper Bowl

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News Briefs - Week of 1/16

Police investigate armed robbery at Walmart HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville Police Department is looking for a suspect in connection to an armed robbery committed prior to 7 a.m. Jan. 11 at the Walmart on Bryton Town Center Drive. Witnesses told officers that a black male entered the store… read more about News Briefs - Week of 1/16