Monthly Archives: March 2010
Representative Sue Myrick released this statement on HR 3590, the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act: “For over a year, the American people have told Congress that they don’t want this kind of health care reform, and for over a … Continue reading
Kids at the Morrison Regional Library at South Park sold lemonade today to raise funds to save the libraries. With a $2 million budget shortfall, it’s going to take a lot of lemonade.
News of the Mint Hill Library and 11 others within the system closing because of budget shortfalls have sent shock waves throughout the community. E-mails to the Mint Hill Times have called it a “sad day” in Mint Hill. While … Continue reading
John Locke Foundation president and Mint Hill Times columnist got some love by Rush Limbaugh today. Hood wrote in a recent Carolina Journal column that he will not comply with health care regulations if they current legislation is passed in … Continue reading
From the office of Sue Myrick: “A majority of the American people don’t want this health care bill, and they’ve been saying it for months. They know it will cost them a half of a trillion dollars in higher taxes, … Continue reading
View Larger Map As Julie Rose of WFAE reports, Matthews residents are none-too-pleased that owners of the medical waste incinerator near Monroe Road will probably meet new EPA standards in 2014. Mecklenburg County Air Quality Director Don Willard said Healthcare … Continue reading
The Mint Hill Police Department hosted a DWI Checking Station March 12 on Albemarle Road. The checking station, which was a multi-agency event in conjunction with Governors Highway Safety Program, netted 56 violations, including a whopping 22 for no operator … Continue reading
This video was made for students who will be attending Independence High School next year, or for past students and parents to see what life is like at the BIG I. (video made by Matt Kusak.)
WSOCTV is reporting that Cody Havens, a former Mint Hill Police Officer, was found not guilty in a drinking and driving case and a judge expunged his record in 2008.
An Advisory Committee on the Special Needs and Senior populations is in the process of being organized by the Town of Matthews. Town Commissioner Nancy Moore is heading up this effort to ensure the needs of this segment of the … Continue reading
The Youth Risk Behavior Survey, produced by the Centers for Disease Control and conducted every two years, assesses health risk behaviors that contribute to some of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in youth. There are few surprises. CMS … Continue reading