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Bulldogs stuff Sabres

It’s been the scene all season for Butler. Opponents have a couple of big plays early and jump out to an first half lead. South Meck did it to Butler on Friday night. Thanks to two long runs by running backs Tim Palmer[singlepic=258,240,160,,right] and Spencer Shuey, the Sabres took a 13-0 lead in the first […]

By |October 24th, 2008|Butler High School, Sports|0 Comments

Scarecrows invade Mint Hill!

For the third year, the Town of Mint Hill is sponsoring a scarecrow contest. Today is the day they were placed in front of town hall or businesses. Most got them up before the rain began, while some waited for an opening in the clouds.

[singlepic=256,320,240,,center] Bob and Ruby Bryant and Shirley Snavely of Monogram Magic […]

By |October 24th, 2008|Arts, Town Hall|0 Comments

This week’s Mint Hill Times

Adam Houston reports the property being cleared at Albemarle and Rocky River Church roads will be a retail development. Barry Rigby, vice president of retail development for Rudolph Libbe Properties said stores could be open as early as summer of 2009. The development is called The Shops at Beaver Falls. A separate residential development is also being constructed adjacent to the property and Blair Road will be extended across Albemarle Road and will connect to Rocky River Church Road.
Tim Long reports on the race for the U.S. House seat for District 9. Sue Myrick has traditionally won big, but Democratic challenger Harry Taylor thinks it’s time for change. […]

By |October 23rd, 2008|Uncategorized|1 Comment

Long time Matthews business to be torn down

Before there was Lowe’s Home Improvement or Home Depot, there was 84 Lumber in Matthews. The property and building near the intersection of Independence Boulevard and Hwy. 51 was recently sold by Pierce Hardy LP for $1.8 million to Matthews East Independence LLC. Golden Coral has contracted 1.99 acres of the land while the remaining […]

By |October 23rd, 2008|Development|0 Comments

Kids save a buck at MH Earth Echoes Children’s Musuem

Kids from Girl Scout Troop 3652 got to make Halloween masks recently at the Mint Hill Earth Echoes Children’s Museum. The girls meet at Philadelphia Presbyterian Church. Watch for the museum’s two new displays: Holidays Around the World and an exhibit on the Sister Cities network. If you haven’t been to the museum yet, it’s […]

By |October 22nd, 2008|Arts, Non-profit|0 Comments

Korean War Memorial plans released

[singlepic=243,320,240,,center]Don Putnam came by the office of The Mint Hill Times to show the latest architectural rendering of the North Carolina Korean War Veterans Memorial that will soon be constructed at Fairview Park in Mint Hill. If you would like to purchase a paver to honor a veteran, you can go the N.C.K.W.V.’s Web site […]

By |October 21st, 2008|Non-profit|0 Comments