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Bright Blessings will be featured on NBC’s Today Show Wednesday

A producer with NBC’s TODAY Show has confirmed that a special segment about local nonprofit, Bright Blessings, is scheduled to air next Wednesday, July 13, during the 10 am hour of the TODAY Show.
This past February, a TODAY team was in Charlotte to interview and film for the feature segment about Matthews-based Bright Blessings, a volunteer-led nonprofit serving homeless children and families across the greater Charlotte region.
Amy and John Cervantes, founders of Bright Blessings, are Mint Hill residents. […]

By |July 11th, 2011|Non-profit|0 Comments

Adrian Gamble will go to Fork Union Military Academy in upcoming year

Adrian Gamble, who signed a letter of intent to play for the University of Virginia last February, will spend the coming academic year at Fork Union Military Academy. The former Independence High School wide receiver was a part of one of the most potent passing attacks in the county last season.

By |July 11th, 2011|Independence High School, Sports|0 Comments

Matthews will launch its new residential roll-out recycling cart program the week of August 8

The Town of Matthews will introduce its new roll-out recycling containers in early August. All households in the Town will receive one new green roll-out recycling cart. The carts are 96 gallons and will be collected every other week on the same day as their garbage collection day. Garbage collection will still happen every week and on the same schedule. There is no charge for the first cart.

There are several benefits to having an every other week roll-out cart recycling program.

“The carts are easier for citizens to maneuver, have a lid which prevents littering and hold more than the small bins we now use,” said Matthews Town Manager Hazen Blodgett. “We will also save money by only collecting recycling every other week which means fewer trucks on the road and less air pollution.” […]

By |July 11th, 2011|Environment, Matthews|1 Comment