The November 2009 art show at Mint Hill Arts will feature the smaller works of the artists. The opening reception for Small Treasures: “Good Things Come in Small Packages” is tonight from 7-9 pm. The exhibit runs through December 3. On Saturday, MHA hosts the 2009 Fall Jewelry Show from 10 am to 3 pm. […]
The FBI needs your help finding the man who robbed the BB&T on Hickory Grove Road yesterday. Witnesses say a black man, with a slight mustache and facial stubble, about 5’6″ tall and about 160 pounds robbed the BB&T branch at 6021 Hickory Grove Road just before noon yesterday. He demanded money from the […]
The Town of Matthews Fire & EMS Department is looking for students who are interested in fire and emergency medical service careers. If you are a student between the ages of 14-17 you are invited to join the Explorer Post at the department.
As a member of the Fire & EMS Explorer Post you will attend […]
Butler softball’s Chelsea Ingersoll has committed to play for UNCC next season. She will sign her national letter of intent Thursday at the Butler media center. The senior is a three year starter for Butler High School Lady Bulldogs and was on two state championship teams. Her numerous awards include SW4A Catcher of the Year, SW4A […]
A few months ago, when the Mint Hill high school boundaries were being decided, more than 30 people signed up to speak during public comments. At tonight’s meeting, there are 66 signed up to speak regarding the Myers Park school boundaries. There are also 12 people signed up to speak during the “Requests from the Public” portion of the meeting, most of whom are from Mint Hill. Julie Parsons, who has spearheaded the effort to grandfather students into the high schools as the boundaries shift in the next two years, sent the Mint Hill Times a copy of her speech she will present to the Board. You can read it in this week’s Mint Hill Times out Thursday. Those signed up to speak tonight: […]
Both Philadelphia Presbyterian Church and Levine Senior Center hosted bazaars on Saturday. The church bazaar was the 39th for the women of Philadelphia Presbyterian Church according to Susan Griffin. In addition to the bazaar, there was a breakfast, chicken pot pie dinner, silent auction, and a yard sale on the front lawn of the church. The Levine Senior Center was taken over Saturday by the bazaar as cars overflowed the parking lot. They even had to have valet parking at one point. Books, quilts, crafts, raffles and baked goods were just some of the offerings during the day. Click the link below for photos of the Philadelphia Presbyterian Church bazaar. […]