Monthly Archives: June 2012
High school seniors in Mint Hill are finishing their last week of school and preparing for graduation. In the coming week Queen’s Grant, Rocky River, and Independence High Schools will turn their tassels and celebrate their accomplishments. Queen’s Grant High … Continue reading
Charlotte-Mecklenburg School students have collected and recycled 8,000,000 milk and juice cartons, almost a third of all cartons distributed in the schools. Meckleburg County was awarded $18,000 Community Waste Reduction and Recycling Grant from the North Carolina Department of Natural … Continue reading
A new restaurant and bar is opening next week on Brighton Park Drive off of Matthews-Mint Hill Road. Dunwellz Custom Kitchen and Pour House took the old Rookies location and will open its doors the week of June 11. “We’re going … Continue reading
The Town of Matthews will show “The American POW Experience,” honoring local Mint Hill and Matthews residents who were WWII POWs. The viewing will begin at 7 pm at the Matthews Community Center. Admission is free.
The BURGER KINGTM Scholars Program named the 2012 $1000 Scholarship Award. Recipients included: Cierra Harris from David W. Butler High School, Jashawn Berry from Rocky River High School, Taylor Ruettgers from Queen’s Grant High School.
(Club will hold a car show Saturday) Bi-Lo co-manager Tonya Ivey said the yard sale they sponsored in collaboration with the Lions Club last Saturday was successful enough to consider making it a monthly event. She said the turn out … Continue reading
By Amanda Waters firstname.lastname@example.org The Town of Mint Hill received a federal subpoena May 24 and is cooperating with federal agencies in an investigation of recently resigned Fire Operations Director, Jeremy Russell. “We are absolutely not under investigation as a … Continue reading
The Mint Hill police are warning residents to be aware of a new scam called the “grandparent scam”. The scam involves a scammer calling elderly residents and pretending to be a grandson in another county and asking for a wire … Continue reading
The Lions Club and Bi-Lo are hosting a yard sale Saturday, June 2 from 7-11 am. Parking spaces can be rented at Bi-Lo for $10, and vendors can set up as early as 6 am. “I’m proud to say that … Continue reading
Carol Hull presented the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library Citizens Committee report to the Board of Commissioners last Thursday. She is a member of the committee, a team of citizens with professional experience in real estate, process improvements, information technology, and Mecklenburg County government. … Continue reading
Clear Creek Militia Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution celebrated its 20th Anniversary on April 14, 2012. The Chapter was organized on April 18, 1992 by Mrs. William Kenneth Baucom (June Medlin) to recognize Mint Hill’s participation … Continue reading
Heidi Billotto brought her culinary expertise to Mint Hill Arts May 22. The food writer, reviewer, instructor, and caterer offered a free lecture and demonstration on culinary arts. Surrounded by heaps of limes, oranges, onions, peppers, and mushrooms, Billotto cut … Continue reading
The Chamber of Commerce met for lunch at Jimmie’s last Thursday. Many members were in attendance, and a few shared information about upcoming events. The Armed Forces Museum and Archives of the Carolinas shared information about their documentary “Honoring Our … Continue reading