The Town of Mint Hill will be sponsoring its third annual Chili Cook-Off on Wednesday, February 18 to support the Arts & Science Council’s Annual Fund Drive. The event will take place in the John M. McEwen Assembly Room, Mint Hill Town Hall from 11:30 am to 2 pm.[singlepic=664,320,240,,right] ASC provides direct investments and services […]
Hundreds of art enthusiasts turned out at the Mint Hill Arts gallery crawl last Friday night to look at the work of area photographers. Mint Hill Times photographer Jim Young had several photos at the event; he also took many photos for the newspaper. […]
Independence High School will have two reunions this year. The Class of 1979 will hold its 30th reunion on May 16, 7:00 pm – Midnight at the Charlotte Marriott Executive Park near Tyvola and Interstate 77. The Big I class of 1989 will meet Saturday, September 19 at 7:00 pm – Midnight at the Renaissance […]
The Student Council at Independence High School collected money from students and staff in order to buy stuffed Teddy Bears for children staying in the hospital on Valentine’s Day. They collected over $700, enough to make 75 teddy bears at Build-A-Bear Workshop at Concord Mills Mall. Cody Cannaday’s mother donated an additional 400 small bears!
The students went to Concord Mills to “Build-A-Bear Workshop” after school on February 12. Then, on the 13th they went to Levine Children’s Hospital to deliver them. […]
Rep. Sue Myrick did not vote for the stimulus package which will be signed into law Tuesday by President Barack Obama.
“We’re in a recession, and the American people are hurting. I had hoped that Congress could come together, not as Republicans and Democrats, but as Americans, to find solutions that will truly stimulate the economy. […]
Nate Charest, defensive back and wide receiver for Butler, is starting to get looks from Division 1 schools. Duke, Clemson, South Carolina, NC State and East Carolina have shown interest. Illinois is also a possibility. Charest’s brother, Jacob, plays quarterback for Illinois.