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Queen’s Grant wins video contest

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 promoting dignity within their schools for all students. […]

By |October 29th, 2010|Non-profit, Schools|1 Comment

Stories on illegal dumping in Mint Hill

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.

By |October 28th, 2010|Environment|1 Comment

Mint Hill Police catch CBW armed robber

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 Charlotte Police Department were able to catch robber.

Mint Hill Police were dispatched to the call […]

By |October 26th, 2010|Police|2 Comments

Seven arrested after fight at Rocky River High School

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.

By |October 26th, 2010|Police, Schools|0 Comments

Matthews employee wins state award

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 Town of Matthews.

Alicia was recognized for her efforts to revamp the technical procedures used by […]

By |October 25th, 2010|Matthews|0 Comments

Butler and Independence volleyball teams start playoffs tomorrow

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 teams and matches in the playoffs illustrate just how incomprehensible the requirements are to get into […]

By |October 22nd, 2010|Butler High School, Independence High School, Sports|0 Comments