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Generators stolen from TW Cable office in Mint Hill

Mint Hill Police have received two reports from Time Warner Cable (4606 Margaret Wallace Rd.) regarding larceny of generators from service trucks parked in the back lot of the building. Click for pictures of the car used in the robbery.[smooth=id:70;]


By |March 26th, 2009|Police|0 Comments

Breaking News: Mint Hill Highland Games postponed

The Mint Hill Highland Games, scheduled for this weekend at the Park on Fairview, has been postponed according to event organizer Donna Rogers. The event was to be held despite the possibility of rain. But Rogers said the possibilities of thunderstorms and tornadoes forced them to postpone the games. She said the new date is […]

By |March 26th, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Myrick supports proposal to help homeowners

U.S. Representative Sue Myrick today announced her support of a proposal to stabilize the housing market through tax credits for homeowners and additional incentives for lenders to work with homeowners to avoid foreclosure.The proposal, crafted by House Republicans, would offer a $15,000 home-buyer credit for all home purchases for buyers who with at least a 5% down payment. This provision is identical to the Real Help for Homebuyers Act that Rep. Myrick introduced earlier this month. […]

By |March 26th, 2009|Raleigh|1 Comment

CMS reassignment period closes Friday

Families who participated in the first student-assignment lottery and wish to place their child in a different school have until 5 p.m. on Friday, March 27 to request reassignment. Reassignment requests are considered for four reasons:
• The student wishes to attend his/her home school (placement is guaranteed)
• Child of CMS staff member (placement is not guaranteed)
• Student’s medical and/or health condition (families must complete the CMS medical packet)
• Extreme hardship, which are circumstances that affect a family’s ability to support the student’s educational success. • Hardship requests require a written explanation and supporting documents.       […]

By |March 24th, 2009|Schools|0 Comments