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Former Butler principal is now suspended without pay

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 why Hopkins was suspended. However, her suspension comes on the heels of former women’s basketball […]

By |October 14th, 2010|Butler High School, Schools|0 Comments

General Growth could exit bankruptcy in early November

General Growth Properties, which owns the majority of the land where the Bridges at Mint Hill mall will be built, could exit bankruptcy in early November according to a statement released by the company. General Growth recently announced a new board of directors and has plans to spin off the Howard Hughes Corporation which will […]

By |October 12th, 2010|Bridges at Mint Hill mall, Development|0 Comments

NC Alliance for Public Charter Schools needs you this weekend

The N.C. Alliance for Public Charter Schools needs volunteers at the Charlotte premier of “Waiting for Superman,” a movie about the charter school movement in the U.S. The alliance, headed by state Senator Eddie Goodall (District 35, which includes Mint Hill), is looking for people to recruit new members and to hand out fliers. The […]

By |October 12th, 2010|Good deeds, Schools|0 Comments

Matthews announces new downtown parking plan

The Town of Matthews has implemented a new downtown parking plan. The new regulations include designating several parking areas as 2 hour parking, 30 minute parking and 24 hour parking. Signage detailing the new rules is now up and is easy to read. […]

By |October 12th, 2010|Matthews|0 Comments

District 103 candidates debate tonight; interest heats up

Republican Bill Brawley and Democrat Ann Newman will go head-to-head tonight for the Lion’s Club debate at 7 pm at Jimmie’s Restaurant. The District 103 candidates have made a splash recently as both state Democrats and Republicans look to this race as a possible tipping point in gaining control of the N.C. House.
Meanwhile, Newman recently […]

By |October 12th, 2010|Politics 2010|0 Comments

N.C. to test new voting system for those vying for N.C. Court of Appeals

As the Carolina Journal reports, the 13 candidates vying for the single spot on the NC Court of Appeals are in an unusual race this year. That’s because when Jim Wynn was appointed to the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, there was not enough time to have a primary. So this year, we’ll see […]

By |October 11th, 2010|Politics 2010|0 Comments