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Wachovia on Lawyers Road robbed

There are few details so far, but the Wachovia/Wells Fargo bank on Lawyers Road in Mint Hill was robbed in the last two hours. This follows another Wachovia robbery yesterday on West Sugar Creek Road at about 9:30 am. Police have yet to release any details.

By |August 11th, 2009|Police|0 Comments

Charlotte Mecklenburg Senior Centers provide fans for seniors

New Fans have just arrived!!  If you are a resident of Mecklenburg County over the age of 59 and would like a free fan courtesy of Mecklenburg County Senior Centers and Duke power, then you can pick one up at the following locations:

Pick up a fan at one of the following locations: […]

By |August 10th, 2009|Good deeds|1 Comment

Locke Foundation to offer guide for local candidates

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 municipal elections.

“City council members throughout North Carolina hold the reins of the first level of government that affects most North Carolinians,” said Dr. Michael Sanera, JLF Research Director and Local Government Analyst. “With a proper perspective on the uses and limits of government, these leaders can foster prosperity in their communities through free individuals pursuing their own dreams without fear of the city arbitrarily curtailing their activities or usurping their property or wealth.” […]

By |August 10th, 2009|Politics 2009|0 Comments

Matthews police need your help identifying woman

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.

By |August 7th, 2009|Matthews, Police|0 Comments

Mint Hill rallies to show support for school boundaries

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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 map that would send Mint Hill kids to the Mint Hill high school. […]

By |August 7th, 2009|Schools|0 Comments

Final Mint Hill high school staff recommended boundary map released by CMS

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 east Charlotte.

By |August 6th, 2009|Schools|4 Comments