Monthly Archives: October 2011
Independence played a solid game on offense and defence against one of the best teams in the state, but it wasn’t enough Friday as cross-town rival Butler retained the King of the Hill trophy, winning 38-26. The Bulldogs finished the … Continue reading
Mark Bosco came to Independence High School at a time when the school was going through some difficult changes. He surpassed most people’s expectations as principal and now he is leaving on October 31 to accept the post of Executive … Continue reading
Halloween Hilarity Tea Superstitions, legends and folklore will be served up with harvest tea and treats at the Halloween Hilarity on October 29 at 4 pm and 7 pm. The event will be held at the Ashcraft school house in … Continue reading
Mint Hill will vote for a mayor again on November 8. There are two candidates—present mayor Ted Biggers and local business owner, Jean Bonner. A mayor sets the pace for the board and presides over meetings. The mayor also cast … Continue reading
InSpire Fitness & Personal Training will host a Wine and Wellness event Thursday, October 27, at 6:30 pm in Mint Hill at 7714 Matthews-Mint Hill Road. Guest speaker will be Niki Hitch. Come for a fun hour of insight that … Continue reading
The Wainwright family of Mint Hill was visiting the Mast General Store in Banner Elk on Monday when they got a surprise visit from President Obama. The president arrived as they were in the store. “The Secret Service were scanning … Continue reading
By Jamie Jamison The Mint Hill Times Most high school athletes are fortunate to play just one varsity sport during a season. This fall Independence senior Morgan Boyle is playing two!
Rocky River Ravens 3-5 (1-3, Southwestern 4A) at Independence Patriots 7-1 (3-1, Southwestern 4A) Patriot Stadium in Mint Hill Friday at 7pm It’s Homecoming for Independence High School as the Patriots host cross-town rival Rocky River Friday night. The … Continue reading
The Independence Patriot football team defeated South Meck 42-28 on Thursday night. After trailing 21-7 at halftime, the Patriots scored on all five possessions in the second half to earn the win.