St. John Neumann Catholic Church held its annual SonFest event last weekend. Thousands of people attended the two-day festival. Games, food, crafts, rides, and performances entertained church members and non-church members alike. The silent auction had hundreds of items on which to bid, and the various cultures found in the community and in the church […]
The Binders juried art show at Mint Hill Arts held its reception last Friday. The gallery packed in a large number of guests for snacks, wine, and the announcement of winners.
“Binder’s is appreciative of the opportunity to be involved with the art show and being able to contribute as well as to participate in the […]
June Tunes welcomed the airy notes of the Charlotte Flute Choir last Saturday. The Town Hall lawn hosted eleven members of the choir and numerous Mint Hill residents in perfect weather as the sun set. As usual, this June Tunes performance was a perfect time to wind down and enjoy the moment.
Irene Maddox and Joe […]
Last week’s paper reported on the new Gift of Adoption headquarters in Charlotte.
Matthews residents Todd and Cindy Garner know the difference that non-profit groups like Gift of Adoption can make in people’s lives. The Garner family is comprised of two parents dedicated to creating a family, and their two adopted children, Caleb, 11, and Claire, […]
Mecklenburg County Water Quality program manager, Rusty Rozzelle, spoke to the Mint Hill Planning Board June 18 about watershed districts.
“We removed some area from the Goose Creek watershed that did not belong there,” said Rozzelle. “Really, it’s a minimal change.”
Goose Creek is its own district. Clear Creek and Crooked Creek were combined and are now […]
The Board of Commissioners met June 14 to discuss proposed amendments to the town’s code of ordinances regarding housing and property maintenance and the nuisance abatement code. The amendments set a timeline of action. The amendment reads “Order by the Governing Body after failure to repair, remove, vacate, or close after one year.” Property owners […]