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Election 2009: Mint Hill Mayor

Incumbent Ted Biggers faces challenger Larry Bumgarner.
Ted Biggers

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1: In your opinion, what makes you unique from the other candidates running for the same office?
Experienced leadership. My experience on the Board of Commissioners as well as serving as Mayor for 10 years is invaluable. I have held positions of leadership in the […]

By |October 31st, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Town of Matthews mayor candidate questionnaires: Jack Davis vs. Jim Taylor

With current mayor Lee Myers stepping down after a long run as Matthews mayor, two candidates are slugging it out to take his place. Here are the questionnaires, in their entirety, of candidates H. Jack Davis and Jim Taylor. […]

By |October 30th, 2009|Election 2009, Matthews mayor 2009|1 Comment

Election 2009: Candidate questionnaires, letters to the editor and more

The November 3 election is next Tuesday and the turnout is expected to be higher than usual according to the Board of Elections Michael Dickerson. The Mint Hill Times, for the past month, has run candidate questionnaires for Mint Hill mayor and commissioners, Matthews mayor and town council and the seat for District 6 Board […]

By |October 29th, 2009|Election 2009|7 Comments

SLIDESHOW: Fatman Fabrications hosts annual auto show in Mint Hill


If you are new to the area, you may not know much about Fatman Fabrications in Mint Hill. The hot rod fabrications company held its annual auto show/gathering/concert today on the company’s grounds near The Park on Fairview. Founder and President Brent VanDervort started the hot rod fabrications business in 1985 and has since built […]

By |October 29th, 2009|Transportation|0 Comments

Owner of house where the drug bust occurred: ‘I never had a problem with the guy’

Bill Lineberger of Mint Hill, the owner of the house on Lawyers Road where more than 300 pot plants were found by Mint Hill Police yesterday, said in his seven years of renting the house he never had a problem with Michael MacConnell.

MacConnell was arrested yesterday and charged with four felony counts and a misdemeanorĀ  […]

By |October 29th, 2009|Police|2 Comments

This week’s Mint Hill Times

Our paper had already gone to print by the time Mint Hill Police busted an “elaborate indoor growing” operation Wednesday night. Despite this bust, and other recent crimes, Police Chief Tim Ledford says the recent armed robberies are not a trend but outlier occurrences. Read the rest of this story in this week’s Mint Hill Times.

By |October 29th, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments