Mint Hill photographer Jim Young found plenty of color at last weekend’s Matthews Alive.
The Bulldogs got off to a slow start, but thanks to a stingy defense, outlasted the Cougars tonight 31-13 at Vance. In a light drizzle most of the game, Markel Moore rushed 15 times for 102 yards and a touchdown and sophomore Jawaun Edwards ran for 40 yards and two TDs.
[singlepic=92,320,240,,center]Police chief Tim Ledford was welcomed to the town Friday with something nobody can escape, a delicious spread from Bob-B-Cue. The meal included Bob Bryant’s famous and fresh barbeque, cole slaw, baked beans and banana pudding. The celebration was at the police department and was attended by commissioners Lloyd Austin, Mickey Ellington and Tina Ross, police officers, town staff and the VFD.
Ever wonder who is taking home the big prizes in the N.C. Educational Lottery? Here’s the top five Mecklenburg County winners since the lottery began in 2006:[singlepic=83,190,110,,right]
- John Bruckner Charlotte $1,000,000 6/6/2007
- Ashwani Kumar Charlotte $1,000,000 7/1/2008
- 14 Group Winners Charlotte $1,000,000 7/6/2007
- Group 3 Cash Spectacular: Doyt Schooley (Huntersville), Deborah Chapman (Cornelius), Stephen Legall (Charlotte) $1,000,000 3/3/2008
- Flossie Thomas Charlotte $800,000 9/1/2006
SCRE Properties still expressed interest Thursday in continuing the Mint Hill Town Center project despite losing its partner, Charlotte-based Tidewater Partners, last month. Representatives from SCRE Properties and Mint Hill met today to discuss the projects future. SCRE still plans to develop in downtown Mint Hill, and the firm could purchase nine acres from the town as part of a possible development partnership. Continue reading