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Mint Hill Police to move dispatch service to Pineville

Mint Hill Police Department, beginning July 1, 2013, MHPD will contract with Pineville Police Department for dispatch services. The service will include any calls for police from the the general public, residential and business. All 911 calls will be answered by Pineville Police Department, and 911 calls for Fire and/or Medic will be forwarded to […]

By |May 31st, 2013|Around Town|8 Comments

It’s Your Business: MaidPro

Kurt Van Horn has been running a home cleaning service for the past seven years. Starting out in Wingate, with Clean Carolina, Van Horn grew the business as far as he could by himself, and at the be- ginning of 2012, signed on with MaidPro, a national franchise based in Boston.

“I love the MaidPro model, it’s real, real good. It’s very customer-service oriented, which is where my heart is anyway, so MaidPro was a very, very good fit for me,” said Van Horn. “They really care about the franchisee and they care about the quality of clean for their customers.”

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By |May 30th, 2013|Around Town|1 Comment

Philadelphia Presbyterian working to increase organ donation awareness

An organ donation can save a life. Sometimes, it is the only thing that can, and knowing as much as possible about how the organ donation system works could help save many lives.

According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, 118,211 people are waiting for an organ, 18 people will die each day waiting for an organ, and a single organ donor could save as many as eight lives.

Spurred by a member of the congregation who needs an organ transplant and his family, Philadelphia Presbyterian has been actively promoting organ donation awareness.

Doctors discovered a tumor in Philadelphia Presbyterian member Tom Watson’s liver last December, and since mid-February, Tom has been on the list for a new liver, which is the most-needed organ transplant in the U.S., with 96,249 people on the waiting list.

“It’s definitely the support to know that people are surrounding us and trying to take this opportunity to move forward and help people in the future so that there are more people aware of the good things about being an organ donor,” said Mardy Watson, about what the program has done for her and her husband.

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By |May 30th, 2013|Around Town|0 Comments

Local Veteran says ‘Thank you’

John Boone, 63, of Mint Hill, spent around 10 hours waving Marine Corps and American flags on the bridge over 485 at the Lawyers Road exit last Sunday, to show his gratitude and support for veterans and the country they fight for.

Boone, his four brothers, and his father all served in the military, and Boone served […]

By |May 30th, 2013|Around Town|0 Comments