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Mayor Biggers meets with mayors to talk library funding

Mint Hill Mayor Ted Biggers met with officials from the surrounding towns Friday to discuss the prospect of the towns helping to bail out the library system. Of course, this would mean that the library in Mint Hill would have to stay open, said Biggers to WFAE.
“We are already paying county taxes that support the […]

By |June 14th, 2010|Mecklenburg County|0 Comments

Mint Hill Arts to host painting presentation tomorrow

Noted North Carolina artist Curt Butler will give a presentation on painting at Mint Hill Arts tomorrow (Tuesday, June 22) from 6:45 – 9 pm.  Butler, a professional artist and teacher, enjoys sharing his passion and knowledge with others to create a journey for someone else.  In 2006 he started Butler Studio where he […]

By |June 14th, 2010|Arts|0 Comments

Brooklyn Decker, Jordan Lloyd and now…

Introducing Lindsey Baker!

By |June 10th, 2010|Butler High School|0 Comments

Mint Hill willing to give $175,000 to library–with strings attached

Mayor Ted Biggers said yesterday he told Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Director Charles Brown that he will recommend to the Mint Hill Board of Commissioners tonight to give the library a one time payment of $175,000 to help keep the libraries open. However, it would mean that Mint Hill’s library would  have to stay open. If […]

By |June 10th, 2010|Mecklenburg County|0 Comments

Former Indy safety to transfer to Colorado

Makiri Pugh, former standout at Independence, told University of Georgia coaches after spring practices he is transferring to the University of Colorado. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Pugh didn’t feel like he was going to get enough playing time under head coach Mark Richt. Apparently, Pugh was disappointed when the UGA coaches didn’t help […]

By |June 8th, 2010|Independence High School, Sports|0 Comments

Last minute change in state budget could bring millions to charter schools

Sen. Eddie Goodall, who represents the Mint Hill area in Raleigh, helped craft a last minute amendment to the state budget that will could bring millions of dollars to charter schools for things like classroom supplies. The amendment in the budget would give counties the authority to transfer lottery proceeds to charter schools—about $50,000 per […]

By |June 8th, 2010|Schools|0 Comments