Amber Olive, who the Mint Hill Times profiled last fall, will make her national TV debut Wednesday night when she appears on the final episode of the year for WEtv’s “Little Miss Perfect.” Olive was chosen from thousands of pageant girls to appear on the program. […]
A couple of weeks ago The Mint Hill Times told you about Symone Stukes, the second runner at the Poetry Out Loud contest in Raleigh a few weeks ago. Staff and students at Independence thought Symone deserved more than third place, so they took it upon themselves to raise a little bit of cash to […]
This weekend (March 21-22) real estate agents have made a collaborative effort to work together and showcase some of the finer new construction and existing homes of Mint Hill. For a list of homes open this weekend: […]
Stephen C. Healy, who was raised in Mint Hill and whose parents still live in Farmwood, dropped by the Mint Hill Times office today to show us his new children’s book “Restaurant Personality.” The book, which was illustrated by Thomas McDaniel, tells the story of a restaurant that serves up personalities. Healy said he hopes […]
Mint Hill Police were dispatched to 6920 Ravenglass Lane in reference to an assault on a female today around 3 pm. Officers were advised that the suspect, Rawle Harding, had left the residence in a vehicle. An officer located the vehicle on Wilgrove-Mint Hill Road and attempted to make a traffic stop. The suspect did […]
In this week’s Mint Hill Times…
• Get a Bridges at Mint Hill update. Every indication is the developers and retailers are still 100 percent committed to the project.
• Mint Hill could sign a lease next week for the police department to open a satellite office at the Idlewild Plaza Shopping Center. Rent will be free, […]