I just saw some of the coaches for Independence football at the Rock Store BBQ in Mint Hill, including head coach Bill Geiler. Always looking for a scoop, I asked if they were ready for Mallard Creek Friday night at Patriots’ Stadium. Unlike past seasons for Independence, where the answer would have been “yes, but […]
From County staff: The Mecklenburg County Tax Collector will mail tax bills to approximately 379,300 property owners and mortgage companies on August 25, 2010.
Tax bills are mailed directly to the owner of the property as of Jan. 1, 2010 or the mortgage company that requested the bill for property owners with tax escrow accounts. Property owners who escrow their property taxes with a mortgage company will receive a property tax notification from the Tax Collector. These owners should review the notice carefully to ensure the bill was sent to the correct mortgage company. […]
Many people have commented on the planters and hanging baskets in Downtown Matthews and have asked for the names of the plants. Below is a listing of the plants sent out by the town that are in the planters and hanging baskets this summer. This is the 10th year the Town has had the planters […]
[singlepic id=138 w=320 h=240 float=center]The Butler Bulldogs will be without its much heralded quarterback this season. Stacy LeMay, father of Christian, sent a press release to media organizations Monday night declaring their intentions of foregoing his senior season and instead concentrating on attending the University of Georgia. LeMay will be schooled privately and will work with trainers to get ready to compete for the starting QB job at Georgia. Read Stacy LeMay’s press release after the break. […]
The unveiling of the new Dennis the Menace stamp has kept Mint Hill’s Marcus Hamilton busy in the past month. Last month, he went to Ohio State University where the official unveiling of the stamp took place. Then Tuesday, the Mint Hill Post Office honored him with a local unveiling of the stamp. In the […]
That’s the question posed by the Mecklenburg Times. According to Chad Earp, owner of three Earp’s BP stations, his stores in Mint Hill haven’t seen that much of a decrease in sales.
“Our loyal customers know that we weren’t the cause of this spill and they understand these individually owned and operated store owners take the […]