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Austin Duke helps N.C. claim Shrine Bowl title

Independence High School senior Austin Duke caught two passes for 23 yards as North Carolina defeated South Carolina, 26- 19 in last Saturday’s Shrine Bowl. North Carolina completed only 4 of 9 passes for the game. Duke led the state in touchdowns this past season and helped the Patriots post a 10-3 record.

Video of Duke’s […]

By |December 21st, 2011|Independence High School, Sports|32 Comments

Mint Hill Commissioners sworn in for new term

Mint Hill Commissioners were sworn back in on December 8 at the monthly regular board of commissioners meeting. The election results were certified by the town clerk who also gave the oath of office to Mayor Ted Biggers. Lloyd Austin was elected as mayor pro tem. There were no changes to committee assignments.

In other mattersĀ  […]

By |December 16th, 2011|Around Town, Town Hall|0 Comments

Longtime Mint Hill resident struck by truck

Longtime Mint Hill resident Erskine Payne Phillips, 82, was struck by a truck while attempting to cross Matthews-Mint Hill Road at McEwen Funeral Home at around 7 pm last Thursday evening. Phillips had been attending a wake at the funeral home and was on his way back to his home which was across the four-lane […]

By |December 16th, 2011|Around Town|0 Comments

Mint Hill ranks in top 15 percent of most livable places in the south

It may not seem like much, being ranked 166 of all southern cities, towns and villages in quality of life. But when you factor in that Mint Hill was in the top 15 percent out of 1,146 places, it doesn’t look so bad.
The Business Journal used a variety of factors to determine the quality of […]

By |December 6th, 2011|Around Town, Development|0 Comments

Fox morning show visits Penny’s Place in Mint Hill

Fox News News Rising host Wilson helped Penny’s Place in Mint Hill celebrate its 75th anniversary this morning.

By |December 5th, 2011|Around Town|0 Comments