Monthly Archives: February 2010
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 … Continue reading
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. … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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.
Lori Morgenson, a teacher at Queen’s Grant Community Charter School, sent us this picture of one of her students, Ryan Mohr, who found a heart-shaped chip last week at the QG Valentine’s Day party. Quite a find!
Town staff, along with a citizen committee and the consulting group HNTB, have finished the first stages of designing a small area plan for the Lawyers Road and I-485 interchange. The town hosted three charrette’s this month to get input … Continue reading
Mint Hill’s Mike Ingersoll was the only Tar Heel named to the ACC Football All Academic Team for 2009. Ingersoll is a junior majoring in Communication Studies and plays on the offensive line. He played high school football at Butler. … Continue reading
The town sponsored chili cook-off raised $127 for the Arts and Science yesterday at the town hall. There were eight chili entries. The winners were: Chef’s Choice and Crowd Pleaser – Stephanie Pike and Katie Pike (sisters), Baddest Kicker (Hottest) … Continue reading
As the Mint Hill Times has reported for several months, CMS’s reassignment policy will split some families. Local TV news has caught up with the story:
Simon Properties, owner of South Park Mall, is offering to acquire General Growth Properties, the company that owns the majority of the land at Lawyers Road and Interstate 485 where the Bridges at Mint Hill is to be built. According … Continue reading
Four students from the Queen’s Grant K-8 School recently competed against other Mecklenburg County School students in the Special Olympics bowling competition at Carolina Lanes. Each of the four students placed in competition. Elementary student Lyndsay Moore tied for a … Continue reading