Mooresville Tribune, April 24, 2014: Still not sure what the May 6 Mooresville bond referendums are all about? Here is a breakdown of the proposed projects that would be undertaken by the Town of Mooresville if the $20 million transportation (streets/sidewalk) bonds and $10 million recreation bonds receive voter approval:
Record & Landmark, Jessica Osborne, April 24, 2014: Downtown Mooresville could get rather noisy this summer, when filming of action scenes for the cable TV series “Banshee” heats up in mid-June.
WALLSTREET JOURNAL, MOORESVILLE, N.C., April 17, 2014: NASCAR Technical Institute (NASCAR Tech), one of eleven campuses operating under parent company Universal Technical Institute (UTI) and the exclusive educational partner of NASCAR, will host the "Advanced Industries Summit" on Thursday, April 24, to address North Carolina's labor skills gap and discuss opportunities for industry and education to collaborate on new programs that emphasize education for employment.
Posted: Monday, April 14, 2014 11:14 am | Updated: 11:24 am, Mon Apr 14, 2014. By Mooresville Tribune, Staff reports
The production crews for season three of the cable TV show "Banshee" are back in Mooresville today, beginning a two-week filming stint in various locations around town.
Motorists should be on the lookout for short-term road closures and intermittent traffic controls on several streets downtown, particularly Broad Street.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation says it has a low-bidder for its proposed project to widen I-77 and add toll lanes. From staff reports, Mooresville Tribune Posted: Saturday, April 12, 2014 9:19 am | Updated: 3:21 pm, Sat Apr 12, 2014.
Tuesday April 8, 2014, Morgan Sprague, The Mooresville Tribune Mooresville will welcome a new college wooden bat baseball team this summer. Town commissioners approved a short-term lease of the Moor Park baseball field for Spinners Baseball LLC.