Queen’s Grant Prep School has organized a fun run this weekend at Pine Lake Country and the Farmwood development. The run will raise money for the Special Olympics. Queen’s Grant barely pulled off the event, as they had to get on the town’s Board of Commissioners agenda at the last minute. The board voted 5-0 […]
The Mint Hill Times wrote about the husband and wife team Allan and Gail Beisiegel, members of Blair Road United Methodist Church in Mint Hill, who were in Haiti on an annual mission trip when the earthquake struck last month. They worked with the St. Joesph Family, an organization which helps boys who live on […]
Matthews announced this week that improvements to N. Trade Street and Matthews Mint Hill Road will begin March 1, weather permitting. The work on N. Trade Street is designed to make the street more pedestrian friendly and beautify the downtown area. Crosswalk and sidewalk improvements will be completed as part of the plan. Both N. Trade Street and Matthews Mint Hill Road will be repaved. The project is expected to take one month. Staff is working to minimize the impact on businesses and residents. […]
WFAE is reporting that Matthews has spent $80,000 on lobbying help from the Ferguson Group in order to help its chances at more stimulus dollars. Yet Matthews has only taken in $35,000 in stimulus funds—money it probably would have received anyway.
Mint Hill Times photographer Jim Young took these pictures at the Park on Fairview last Saturday after several inches on snow fell on the town. […]