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 gold medal in the assisted bowling category, with Nikki Pfeuffer came in 4th place in […]
With seven Democrats retiring in the N.C. Senate, Republicans think they might be able to win a majority for the first time in 112 years.
Mint Hill Arts will hold its February exhibit opening reception tonight from 7-9 pm at the gallery in the Grace building in Mint Hill. The exhibit is called “The World Well Seen: A Photography Exhibit.” It runs through March 5. Postcards and Reception will be sponsored by Willow Grove Retirement Community in Mint Hill.
As expected, Matthews resident and former town commissioner Bill Brawley filed to run for the District 103 seat being vacated by Jim Gulley. That brings the candidate total to three for District 3: Brawley and Lloyd Austin, both Republicans, and Ann Newman, a Democrat.