Monthly Archives: May 2009
Duke Energy announced today that 20 children of company employees have been selected to receive 2009 Duke Energy Foundation scholarships. Evan Phillips, a student at Butler High School, won one of the scholarships. He is the son of Kim Phillips. … Continue reading
In their 34 year history, the Mint Hill Women’s Club has given approximately $86,000 back to the community . Their primary fundraiser is conducting LIVE/SILENT auction that is held each November. Disbursement of 2008-2009 proceeds were given as follows: 2 … Continue reading
Parents or guardians of CMS students who are eligible for transportation are being asked to provide any changes or make requests to their child’s transportation services for the 2009-2010 school year between May 18 and June 13.
Courtney Moore, a Butler High School senior, will play softball next year with Stanly Community College. She is pictured here with Coaches Brian Cottom, Ray McCrodden, and Barry Eberhardt after signing her letter of intent last week.
William Jared Harrison, 21, of 1409 Ashstead Lane, of Matthews, has been arrested following an incident at Carmel Baptist Church in Matthews. Around 2 am Friday morning Matthews Police Officers responded to an alarm at the church facility. Once they … Continue reading
Mint Hill was one of 12 municipalities in North Carolina awarded a bicycle and pedestrian planning grant from the North Carolina Department of Transportation. The state DOT awarded the grants at its May 7 meeting in Raleigh. Deputy Town Manager … Continue reading
Don’t have a copy of this week’s Mint Hill Times? Subscribe here or find a location in Mint Hill to grab one. Here’s what you’ll read: • CMS staff recommended its boundary map for the new Mint Hill high school. … Continue reading
On Wednesday, May 12, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools staff notified its campus security associates that 60 of their positions have been eliminated in the 2009-2010 budget. Instead of having 177 campus security associates next year, the district will employ 119 (two positions … Continue reading
The Matthews Board of Commissioners received the proposed Fiscal Year 2009-2010 budget from Town Manager Hazen Blodgett during its regularly scheduled meeting. This budget focuses on maintaining current services for citizens during this economic recession. The proposed budget for the … Continue reading
The Woodmen of the World of Matthews recently donated an American Flag to the Levine Senior Center during the three anniversary celebration of the center March 28. In the above picture, Fred Amann of Woodman of the World raises the … Continue reading
Queens Grant held its first ever art show for grades K-11 last Friday night. In the picture above, Queens Grant High School art teacher Sabryah Alghrary stands surrounded by students (l-r) Augusta Newton, Matt Evangelisto, Zack Joyner and Anna Sawyer … Continue reading
Northeast Middle students, parents and staff are getting ready for the End-of-Grade (EOG) tests with their third annual Backyard Bash. Families will visit math and reading stations, where they can learn about EOG test-taking strategies, as well as practice test … Continue reading
Junior Girl Scout Troop #245, consisting of twenty 4th and 5th grade girls from Covenant Day School, has donated all profits from their annual Girl Scout Cookie Sale to The Animal Adoption League of Greater Carolinas and Alexander Youth Network. … Continue reading