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  December 24 - 3 p.m. Duke Energy continues to work to restore power which is out due to high winds and fallen trees.  Earlier today 11,000 households in the Kannapolis area were without power.  At this time 2,000 households remain without power. Crews continue to work diligently to make repairs.    December 24 - 10 a.m.  If you experience any water outages please call 704.920.4444. Most of the calls for no water we are responding to involve frozen hous...

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Atrium Health Ballpark Named 2022 Ballpark of the Year by Ballpark Digest   Ballpark Digest News Release - 2022 Ballpark of the Year: Atrium Health Ballpark - Ballpark Digest Kannapolis, N.C. – Atrium Health Ballpark, home to the Kannapolis Cannon Ballers Minor League Baseball Team has been honored as Ballpark Digest’s 2022 Ballpark of the Year. The ballpark’s demonstrated success as a premier venue for baseball and other community events and its subsequent...

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Offices will also be closed on January 2, 2023, in observance of the New Year. There will be no delay in garbage and recycling collection service over the holiday. There will be no yard waste, limb or loose-leaf collection Monday, January 2, 2023.

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Kannapolis welcomes Brian Roberts as the City’s new finance director. Brian has 12 years of accounting and auditing experience. He most recently served as the Chief Financial Officer for the City of Statesville. Additional work experience includes working as a Senior Internal Auditor for Mecklenburg County, serving as an Assistant State Auditor for the Investigative Audit Section of the N.C. Office of the State Auditor and as a Senior Audit Inspector for the West Virginia State Auditor&rsq...

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A huge thank you to all of you who participated in our coat drive! We have collected almost 200 coats that will go to children in Kannapolis who need clothing to keep them warm this winter. A special thank you to the family of Max Shanks for their donation of 50 coats. Max, 7, was tragically killed in a car accident this summer. His family collected dozens of coats, mittens, scarves, socks, and hats in his memory and donated them to our coat drive as well as the Charlotte Rescue Mission. F...

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Wow! We had over 100 children enter the Kannapolis Police Department’s Coloring Contest. Children between the ages of 4 and 10 were asked to color a copy of the uniform patch Kannapolis Police Officers wear. “I want to thank all the children who entered. It was a difficult decision as there were so many wonderful entries. All the officers had a great time selecting the winners,” commented Kannapolis Police Chief Terry Spry. After every officer voted - Milynzia Gaddy, 10, ...

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Last week Kannapolis Police officers were busy with their Annual Cops Target Kids Event. Over 60 children, aged preschool to high school, from the community, were treated to a day of shopping with police officers, lunch with Santa, and a ride in a patrol car. “We look forward to this event all year long. People in the community help us raise funds to cover the costs and everyone in the department, including our families, join us to make Christmas better for children in our community who...

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At the recent North Carolina Recreation & Park State Conference, City of Kannapolis Council Member Doug Wilson and Parks & Recreation Director Gary Mills were   recognized with two of the organization’s most prestigious awards. Council Member Doug Wilson received the Distinguished Legislator Award.  This award is presented to an elected official who has demonstrated an outstanding contribution to the general field of recreation and parks on a national, state or lo...

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Boil Water Advisory Rescinded December 10, 2022 8 p.m.   KANNAPOLIS, N.C. – The Boil Water Advisory has been rescinded in Kannapolis for the Cannon Boulevard (Eddleman Road and Tennessee Street areas). Repairs to the water main are complete. All water tests are negative which means there are no problems with the water supply in Kannapolis. Therefore, no advisories are in effect. Customers do not need to boil their water.   

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This morning a water main break occurred at Cannon Boulevard and Kansas Street. Several blocks in the immediate area are without water at this point.  The affected area is on the east side of Cannon Boulevard between Eddleman Road and Tennessee Street.    Kannapolis Water Resources Department crews are working to repair the line as quickly as possible. At this point we anticipate repairs to the waterline will be completed within the next couple of hours. Some water customers...

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