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2015 campaign in dollars

Elections brought upsets to Mecklenburg County Nov. 3 as John Aneralla unseated longtime Huntersville Mayor Jill Swain and several of the town’s commissioners seeking re-election lost. Election Spending Here’s a look at spending and cash on hand for each candidate, in order of total votes.… read more about 2015 campaign in dollars

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Crime Roundup – Nov. 2-9

HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville Police Department reported the following charges, including places and dates of arrest or citation, Nov. 2-9 • Shantayla Machele Nicks, 25, larceny by servant or other employee, at 11145 Bryton Town Center Drive, Nov. 3. • Jacy Rae Martinez, 33, obtaining… read more about Crime Roundup – Nov. 2-9

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Events to honor veterans

Bailey Middle plans veterans service CORNELIUS – Bailey Middle School invites local servicemen and women to its Veterans Celebration. The event is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Nov. 20 in the school’s gym. The presentation will feature the Hough High School JROTC Drill Team and Color Guard; Bailey… read more about Events to honor veterans

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When, where to vote

Early voting is up and running in Mecklenburg County and other parts of the state, and Election Day will soon be here. Vote this week • For early voting at Cornelius Town Hall and the North County Regional Library, polls will open 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 10 a.m.-1 p.m.… read more about When, where to vote

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Chiefs: Slow down, focus

DAVIDSON – Police Chief Jeanne Miller advises town residents and visitors to lock all vehicle doors with keys removed, to keep focused on the road and that officers mean it when the speed limit sign says 25. Emergency calls throughout town are increasing for police and the fire department due to… read more about Chiefs: Slow down, focus