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Police seek volunteers

Residents logged more than 1,300 hours this year to help department HUNTERSVILLE – While eight is a good number of volunteers, the Police Department wouldn’t mind having more. For a little more than a year now, the department has been working to bring in local people as… read more about Police seek volunteers

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News briefs - Week of 9/24

Candidate forums scheduled Before voting takes place in November, hear from candidates running for town boards. • Smithville Community Coalition and Catawba North Neighborhood Group will host Cornelius candidates at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28, at Union Bethel AME Zion, 20736 Catawba Ave. • At… read more about News briefs - Week of 9/24

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Shoot For Joy on Saturday

HUNTERSVILLE – A hospice center and children's charity will benefit this year from the annual shooting event in memory of Joy McGraw. Mecklenburg Bull Shooters’ fifth annual Shoot For Joy will be held Sept. 19 at Kidd Farm at 5900 Stephens Road. The event will run from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and… read more about Shoot For Joy on Saturday

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Crime roundup

HUNTERSVILLE — The Huntersville Police reported the following charges Aug. 31-Sept. 2, including dates of arrest:   • Beverly Marie Andrews, 49, DWI, at 14206 Boren St., Sept. 1. • Panagiotis Peter Kushell, 24, injury to real property, at 16400 Sutters Run Lane, Sept. 2. • Sherry… read more about Crime roundup

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Crime roundup

HUNTERSVILLE – Huntersville Police reported the following charges Aug. 24-30: • Brittany Anna Zeitler, 23, fugitive from other state and larceny-embezzlement, at 12906 Rosedale Hill Ave., Aug. 24. • Hector Ramirez, 25, possession of marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia, at Sam Furr Road,… read more about Crime roundup

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News Briefs - Week of 9/3

DDI cuts Exit 28 crash rates CORNELIUS – Despite an anticlimactic asthetic design and controversial construction process, the main goal for the Diverging Diamond Interchange seems to be working, according to Commissioner Woody Washam. Unofficially, he told the audience of an evening coffee… read more about News Briefs - Week of 9/3