Monthly Archives: August 2009
A new, easy-to-use checklist will help voters and candidates focus on the most important issues facing North Carolina’s city and town governments. The John Locke Foundation is unveiling the checklist as candidates start cranking up their campaigns for the 2009 … Continue reading
Matthews Police need assistance in identifying the female in the photographs. She is a person of interest in a fraud investigation. Anyone that has information should contact Matthews Police at 704-847-1647. Matthews Police cannot provide further details at this point.
[imagebrowser id=81] Just a couple hours after Charlotte-Mecklenburg released its final recommendation for the attendance zone for the new Mint Hill high school, more than 100 turned out on the town hall lawn to express their support for a boundary … Continue reading
CMS released the boundary map that it will recommend to the board of education Tuesday. It calls for most of Mint Hill high school students to go to Independence High School, while the new high school will pull from north … Continue reading
Come show support for keeping the Mint Hill community together. If you live in Mint Hill and want Mint Hill kids to go to the new Mint Hill high school, then join residents at town hall today at 7 pm.
From Lt. J.K. Rowell of the Mint Hill Police Department: The Town of Mint Hill is continuing to see an increase of motor vehicle break-ins as well as residential break-ins. Residents are asked to be observant when traveling to and … Continue reading
It’s time to nominate volunteers to receive the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award by August 28. “Countless North Carolinians dedicate their time to serving their communities, and too often their contributions go unrecognized,” Governor Bev Perdue said. “If you know someone … Continue reading
When attempting to secure local public support for its 2007 bond referendum, CMS argued that the 2007 bond funding was essential in order to build a new high school in Mint Hill that would address the explosive growth in Mint … Continue reading
Construction on the newest park in Matthews will begin this November. You can be a part of this project by purchasing a customized brick for only $50. The park will be dedicated in memory of Kay Plyler, the former Assistant … Continue reading
The N.C. Community Conservation Assistance Program will offer the Matthews technical and financial assistance through a cost sharing program as part of the renovation of the old Public Works Facility site. The State funded program is administered by the local … Continue reading