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Former Butler star signs with the Panthers!

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Kenneth Moore, a former Butler High School and Wake Forest standout, signed with the Carolina Panthers today. Moore had been on the Detroit Lions practice squad before being cut at the beginning of the season. He was signed by the Panthers after Ryne Robinson was placed on the IR. Says Carolina Panther Head Coach John […]

By |October 8th, 2008|Butler High School, Schools|0 Comments

Mint Hill Police release victim’s name

Mint Hill Police released the name of the person who was killed on Rivendell Lane last night in Mint Hill. Ronald Douglas Arnette, 54, of Jefferson, S.C. was found dead after police received calls about a shooting. Read more about the story in tomorrow’s Mint Hill Times.

By |October 8th, 2008|Police|0 Comments

Chamber after hours

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The Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce held another of its successful after hours meetings last week. This time the event took place at Meridian DesignBuild. Pictured above are Meridian’s Megan and Joe Balich, Frank Turner, George Turner, Faye Todd and Tina Ross.

By |October 8th, 2008|Non-profit|0 Comments

Nationwide on Mint Hill’s east side

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The NASCAR Nationwide series made a pit stop at Marshall Lay insurance agency at Stevens Mill Tuesday. Along with a replica NASCAR car, there were games and a race simulator.

By |October 8th, 2008|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Who’s eligible for CMS free or reduced lunches?

According to a recent report by the Carolina Journal, a verification review found that two-thirds of students in free or reduced lunch programs are ineligible. The school system spends millions each year providing free and reduced lunches. The board will vote October 14 if they want to dig deeper to see who’s cheating to get […]

By |October 7th, 2008|Schools|0 Comments

HAWK meeting tonight

[singlepic=195,220,140,,right]The local Habitat and Wildlife Keepers chapter has a meeting at 7 pm tonight at the Matthews Community Center. Dr. David Grant will speak tonight about the interesting behaviors of spiders and how they hunt their prey. Grant is a biology professor emeritus at Davidson College, and he taught from 1968 to 2004.

HAWK’s next meeting […]

By |October 7th, 2008|Matthews, Non-profit|0 Comments