Belville takes third at States

After almost 1,300 matches and three grueling days of competition, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state wrestling championships at the Greensboro Coliseum wrapped up Saturday night with the championship matches in all four classifications. Individual weight class champions in 56 different divisions across the four classifications were crowned. Continue reading

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Dedicated to family care

Unlimited Possibilities held their open house at their new model in Mint Hill last week. Matthews and Mint Hill officials and more than 50 others came out to take a look and enjoy the tour of the facility. The new facility will be called The Village at Mint Hill. It is dedicated to caring for individuals with Alzheimers and other forms of dementia.
The facility will feature private and semi-private rooms with private baths, daily activities and social programs, 24/7 care and supervision as well as respect and security. It is being built at 14009 Thompson Road.

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Bain, Independence unite to do good

By Joyce Lavene
Student councils from Independence High School and Bain Elementary School in Mint Hill teamed up for a community service project for Jeff Gordon Children’s Hospital and the Levine’s Children Hospital. Together they raised enough money to purchase more than 600 bears from Build a Bear to distribute to children in need. Continue reading

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Lowe’s gives check to Queen’s Grant

By Joyce Lavene
The doors of Queen’s Grant High School opened in August of 2007 with 120 students in grades nine and ten. The property where the school is located was once a country  club, according to principal Dr. Michael Smith. There was a swimming pool that was filled in and it is there that Smith would like to see an outside courtyard. Continue reading

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Mint Hill Commissioners hear from candidates

By Joyce Lavene
The Mint Hill Board of Commissioners heard from two candidates Thursday night at its second meeting of the month.
Ed Driggs, who is running for the District 6 seat on the Mecklenburg Board of Commissioners and Mayor Jeff Tarte of Cornelius, who is running for Distirct 41 seat, spoke to the Board. Continue reading

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