Monthly Archives: February 2012
Free professional demos of disc golf, tennis, volleyball, yoga, dance and martial arts from 10 am to 2 pm on March 24 at the Park on Fairview. For more information, 704-545-9726.
Indy qualifies three wrestlers for State Tournament This past weekend Independence High School qualified three wrestlers for the NCHSAA State Wrestling tournament in Greensboro this weekend.
As Mint Hill Arts prepares for its future, it has signed a short-term lease on a store front located in The Plaza at 11205 Lawyers Road in Mint Hill. It will now be able to hold members only exhibits for … Continue reading
The fourth annual Rock a thon event was held at the Levine Senior Center last Saturday. The cause was to raise money for the center and its programs. There were crafts, virtual bowling, food and music. This is one of … Continue reading
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s Matthews Branch hosted its second annual Winter Celebration to honor volunteers on Sunday, February 12. Two volunteers, Feiwen Walker and Peggy Dixon, received the Ed Maag Volunteer of the Year Award for their dedication as volunteers for … Continue reading
By Joyce Lavene Last week, an old problem was brought to the forefront of people’s minds once again. Four teenagers were questioned by Mecklenburg County Police after a fire was started at the Ram Leather Care building on Albemarle Road. … Continue reading
By Joyce Lavene Hundreds of police officers will assist Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police during the Democratic National Convention in September. Mint Hill Police officers will be right there with them.
By Joyce Lavene More than 50 people turned out for an event billed as an education conversation on Monday night. Mint Hill Mayor Ted Biggers and Matthews Mayor Jim Taylor hosted the event at the Matthews Town Hall. All of … Continue reading
The Armed Forces Museum & Archives of the Carolinas have a new set of board members. The group voted last month at its regular meeting at the Mint Hill Town Hall. The museum and archive will be constructed next to the … Continue reading
Sue Myrick announced today she will not seek another term representing District 9 in the U.S. Congress. She has represented the 9th District since 1995. Here’s the statement she released on Facebook today: “After thoughtful discussion with my family, I … Continue reading
Former Independence High School football coach Tom Knotts was invited to the Super Bowl last weekend by Giants’ receiver Hakeem Nicks. Knotts coached Nicks at Independence during the record-setting win streak in the mid 2000s. Nicks, who caught 10 passes … Continue reading
By Joyce Lavene The fifth annual Discover Mint Hill committee is getting ready for the big event. It will be held on Saturday, April 21 from 9 am to 3 pm. The rain date is Sunday, April 22, 1 to … Continue reading