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QCBB on Town Hall lawn

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The Queen City Brass Band delivered another crowd-pleasing performance this year at the Town Hall.  Numerous residents in red, white, and blue listened to Americana classics.  Jack and Dottye Brimhall (pictured) enjoyed the evening in their patriotic attire.  Photos by Amanda Waters.

By |July 12th, 2012|Around Town, Town Hall|0 Comments

Dunwellz grand opening

The Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce extended their welcome to Dunwellz last Thursday with a ribbon cutting for their grand opening.  Commissioners Lloyd Austin, Mickey Ellington, and Tina Ross were in attendance, along with Chamber members and Dunwellz owners, the Toler family.

“We welcome you to Mint Hill…. It’s a pleasure to have you as a […]

By |July 12th, 2012|Around Town|0 Comments

Deadly crash on Bain School Road

Mint Hill Police released a statement early this morning that Wednesday at 7:53 police dispatched to a fatal single vehicle crash.  The car struck a tree in the front yard of 12601 Bain School Road.  A male was ejected from the car and was found lying on the ground.  He was pronounced dead on the […]

By |July 12th, 2012|Police|3 Comments

Cool lemonade

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Pat Christian helps her grandchildren organize a lemonade stand every year around the Fourth of July.  Midday Tuesday the five children drew signs, baked cookies, and shouted “lemonade!” as cars passed.

From left to right in their lemonade stand tent, Will Taylor, Sophie Taylor, Camille Hough, Sam Taylor, and Seth Christian in their grandmother’s yard off […]

By |July 7th, 2012|Around Town|1 Comment

MHPD blood drive met goal

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The Mint Hill Police Department partnered with Community Blood Center of the Carolinas last Tuesday for a blood drive.  CBCC registered 22 donors and collected 17 units, surpassing their goal of 15.

“This means that 51 local patients will benefit form those that donated blood!” said CBCC representative Meredith Morgan.

Kelly Childers (pictured) walked from his neighboring […]

By |July 6th, 2012|Around Town, Good deeds, Police|0 Comments

CMS’s new superintendent visits Independence

Charlotte Mecklenburg School’s new superintendent, Heath Morrison, visited Independence High School Monday.  Morrison met with principal Amy Dellinger, faculty, transportation staff, and students.

“His primary goal was to get a feel for the culture and the organization of summer school,” said Dellinger.  Independence High School holds summer school for the district, serving students and teachers from […]