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Watch Butler highlights from Saturday’s win over Richmond County

No doubt that the Butler Bulldogs are poised to repeat as state champions this season. The offense is not scoring at-will like they did last season, but the defense is the best in the state. Here are highlights of their 21-7 win over Richmond County Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Charlotte. This week, the Bulldogs […]

By |September 14th, 2010|Butler High School|0 Comments

Library looks for volunteers to join task force

Want to help shape the future of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library? Then apply to be on the Future of the Library Task Force. You can find the applications at the library’s website, or pick up a printed version at branches. The library is forming the task force to devise a strategy that will sustain the organization in the coming years. Recent budget cuts forced a drastic reduction in hours at the branches including Mint Hill. The library lost about half its staff in the last year because of budget cuts. […]

By |September 13th, 2010|Mecklenburg County|0 Comments

What’s in this week’s Mint Hill Times?

Want to get news from your only hometown newspaper? Subscribe to the Mint Hill Times today. It’s just .50 cents a week and we will deliver it to your home every Thursday. It also makes for a great gift! Here’s what we’re writing about this week:

• The Armed Forces Museum and Archive of the Carolinas, […]

By |September 10th, 2010|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Mint Hill Police capture individuals who broke into cars

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Four individuals ranging in age from 11 to 17 years old were detained this morning for breaking into as many as 12 cars last night and early this morning. Det. Tim Lezette of the Mint Hill Police Department said GPS devises, CDs, phones, sun glasses and cameras were some of the more than 50 items taken from the cars. Most of the victims were in the Oxfordshire and Wilson Woods neighborhoods. […]

By |September 10th, 2010|Police|0 Comments