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Residents not happy with Matthews-area medical waste incinerator

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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 Waste Solutions has been a good operator of the incinerator. He noted that past owners have […]

By |March 16th, 2010|Matthews|0 Comments

Mint Hill Police check point nets 56 violations

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 license.  Other violations: DWI-6,  Open Container-3, Drug Violations-6, Driving While License Revoked-2. There were also […]

By |March 16th, 2010|Police, Transportation|1 Comment

Sue Myrick interviews Paul Ryan (R-Wis) on job creation

By |March 15th, 2010|Washington|0 Comments

New to the Big I next year? This video is for you

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.)

By |March 15th, 2010|Independence High School|0 Comments

Former Mint Hill police officer not guilty of DUI

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.

By |March 12th, 2010|Police|0 Comments

Matthews committee will look at special needs and senior populations

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 town’s population are met.

“This committee will aid Town officials as we work to serve the […]

By |March 12th, 2010|Uncategorized|0 Comments