Monthly Archives: October 2010
Queen’s Grant students created this video for Special Olympics last year as a project that coincided with Project Unify, a national project developed by U.S. Dept. of Education to activate young people around the country in fostering respectful behaviors and … Continue reading
In this week’s Mint Hill Times, we report on the illegal dumping in unfinished neighborhoods. Here are the links to the WBTV story as well as the News14 story.
The CBW Business Center at 9229 Lawyers Road in Mint Hill was held up at gun point last Saturday. It’s the second time this year the business has been robbed. However, this time Mint Hill Police, with the help of … Continue reading
Mint Hill Police arrested seven Rocky River High School students this morning after a fight broke out on a bus. The school was in lockdown briefly after Mint Hill Police arrested the students upon arrival at the school.
Alicia Murph has been named the 2010 Outstanding Business License Official by the N.C. Business License Association. She received the award at the association’s annual conference in Asheville last week. Alicia is the Finance Specialist and Revenue Collector for the … Continue reading
Butler (15-9) will head to Winston Salem to play Mount Tabor (24-3) and Independence (10-13) will travel to Lake Norman (25-2) tomorrow in the first round of the CLASS 4-A WEST volleyball playoffs. Both teams have respectable records, but other … Continue reading
A deer last night ran into the glass at a dry cleaners, shattering the glass, then ran in front of the automatic doors at the Food Lion next door and walked in. This happened at the Food Lion at Idlewild … Continue reading
Bill Reid and Don Putnam recently visited Georgia to inspect the North Carolina Korean War Memorial sign. When erected at the Park on Fairview in Mint Hill, it will constitute the first phase of the construction. Reid and Putnam have … Continue reading
If you are Sue Myrick, this is about the highlight of the election season: Voting early at the library. That’s because barring a catastrophe, she will easily get reelected to represent the 9th District for Congress. Myrick is so confident … Continue reading
This election marks the first time since 1975 that Peter Gilchrist will not be the District Attorney for Mecklenburg County. Instead, we have two candidates–Republican Andrew Murray and Democrat Michael Barnes–vying to be the next D.A. A debate between the … Continue reading
Rep. Sue Myrick got an endorsement for re-election from the Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee (ALIPAC) this week. According to the press release from Myrick’s office, she “received ALIPAC’s endorsement based on her support for the new immigration … Continue reading
This week’s Mint Hill Times: Candidates debate, selling the cell tower, and lots of good info on health and wellness
Remember the hubbub over the town purchasing a cell tower five years ago? Well, the days of the town owning its own tower could be numbered. That’s because the City of Charlotte has asked the town if it can buy … Continue reading
Former Butler High School Principal Teresa Hopkins is now officially suspended without pay. She was originally suspended in July, but with pay. Despite the tenuous-sounding term “suspension,” she is not expected to return to the school. CMS will not say … Continue reading