Matthews, like Mint Hill, will survey its residents

Mint Hill area residents will be offered a survey to take so the town can get feedback on its comprehensive land use plan. The town of Matthews is also seeking input on its future. It is conducting its Biannual Citizens Survey between November 2 and December 2. An independent research firm, led by Dr. Paul Friday, a professor at UNCC, will oversee the process of collecting, analyzing and reporting the survey results. Continue reading

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Mint Hill Fire Department needs your support

The Mint Hill Volunteer Fire Department is mailing a second request for donations to homeowners and businesses in the fire district that did not respond to the first mail-out in April. The fire district includes the town of Mint Hill and surrounding areas. If you receive the mail-out, please respond and support your department that provides fire protection and EMS services to you at no charge. They depend on your tax deductible support to provide the services.

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Two Butler golfers in top 30 at state tournament

The Butler golf team from left: Savannah Moore, Logan Garman, Samantha Wallace, Megan Quintero, Amanda Ligon, Abby Ayers. Coach Barry Eberhardt is in the back row. Photo by Jamie Jamison.

Two Butler golfers had good showings on the first day of the North Carolina state tournament in Pinehurst yesterday. Logan Garman shot an 83, good for 21st place, and Samantha Wallace fired an 86 that tied her for 29th place. The girls tee off today on Pinehurst No. 1 Course for the final round. The team is coached by Barry Eberhardt. Butler’s team didn’t qualify for the tournament, but here’s the results so far: Continue reading

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