Last week, the Mint Hill Times ran an editorial explaining how North Carolina could miss out on millions of dollars in federal funds for education because of its opposition to charter schools. The Obama administration is handing out Race to the Top funds to states which show the most innovative ways of improving education. Tops […]
Evan Matthew Weinzierl, a senior at Hampden-Sydney College, was named to the Dean’s List for the first semester of the 2009-2010 academic year. To earn this distinction, students must achieve at least a 3.3 semester grade point average out of a possible 4.0. Evan is a graduate of Providence Day School and is the son […]
NFL player Mohamed Massaquoi takes time each year to visit CMS schools. Tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 22, 10-11 a.m., the former Independence High athlete will visit Bishop Spaugh Middle School and talk to students in leadership roles and student athletes. He will discuss the importance of getting a quality education, making good choices and […]
Butler High School Assistant Principal Kim Andrews has been named North Carolina Assistant Principal of the Year by the North Carolina Principals and Assistant Principals Association (NCPAPA).
“I got the call and I was so surprised,” Andrews said. “I think the only thing I said was, ‘Wow.’ I couldn’t think of anything to say.” […]
Mint Hill mayor, Ted Biggers, was elected new chairman of the Mecklenburg-Union Metropolitan Planning Organization (MUMPO) Wednesday evening.
Biggers takes the place of Lee Myers, former mayor of Matthews.
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Mint Hill Police responded to CBW Business Center located at 9229-A Lawyers Road in reference to an armed robbery yesterday at approximately 1:15pm. Officers who responded to the scene spoke with employees and one patron who all described that a black male between the ages of 18-22 years entered the business brandishing […]