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 Road and Highway 51. The deer then went to one of the aisles and laid […]
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 spearheaded the effort to bring the N.C. Korean War Memorial to Mint Hill. Last week, they […]
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 in her reelection that she’s hardly spent a penny on advertising. Her opponent, Jeff Doctor […]
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 two at the Charlotte School of Law School last week posed an interesting question: Is the […]
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 law in Arizona, increasing border security and enforcing the Rule of Law.”
Said Myrick: “Illegal immigration is […]
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 the tower, dismantle it, and erect it at another location. Town Manager Brian Welch said […]