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 from citizens on how they would like the interchange to look in the future.
“It’s a […]
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.
How does one become eligible for the honor?
To be eligible for consideration, a player must have […]
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) – Chris Held; Tes Unique (Most Original) Scott Simka.
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 to bizjournals.com, Simon is offering to buy General Growth for $10 billion. Reps from Simon […]