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Independence not able to stop high-scoring Hawks

This past Thursday, it was the old guard versus the new guard. Independence has established itself as a perennial power and West Meck was hoping to show that last year’s playoff run was not a fluke. Both teams entered the game undefeated. The game did not disappoint the fans who came out to see two great teams play each other.West Meck was first to score just minutes into the game, taking a seven to zero lead. On the ensuing kick after the PAT, Independence answered right back when special teams stud Deion Washington ran back the kick 97 yards for a touchdown. The Patriots tried to go for the two point conversion but it was no good. West Meck seven, Indy six. During the next possession for the West Meck Hawks, star running back Shaun Wilson coughed the ball up and Independence’s Tim Marshall recovered the ball on the West Meck 46 yard line. Not too long after that, Patriot QB Kelvin Hopkins avoids a rush, heaves the ball 45 yards to Workpeh Kofa, who marches in for the score. The score at the end of the first quarter: Indy 13 West Meck 7.
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By |September 18th, 2013|Around Town, Independence High School, Schools|0 Comments

2013 Charlotte Homearama coming to Mint Hill

Landscaping on Lawyers Road near the Bain School Road intersection began in preparations for Charlotte Homearama 2013 which is coming to the Woodlands at Cheval. The show, featuring the upscale Mint Hill neighborhood, opens Saturday, November 9, 2013 and will feature five new homes priced from $600,000-$850,000.

By |September 18th, 2013|Around Town, Arts, Mecklenburg County|2 Comments

Event spotlights Mint Hill Arts and Pottery 51

The first gallery crawl of the season saw a steady flow of visitors to the Mint Hill Arts gallery as well as Pottery 51.

The Friday night event was held in conjunction with the opening of the “People’s Choice” show and the Mint Hill Arts Gallery was buzzing with visitors comparing notes and sharing opinions on […]

By |September 18th, 2013|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds|0 Comments

CMS bond requests funds for programs, schools in Mint Hill area

A portion of the $290 million Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools is requesting through a bond referendum will directly assist Mint Hill area schools.
If approved, approximately $39.02 million will be directed for a new K-8 Magnet school and updating Career and Technical Education programs.
$30.38 million would fund the construction of a new K-8 partial magnet school, expanding […]

UNCC’s Austin Duke visits Alma Mater

The students and staff at Independence High School had a surprise on Friday, September 13 during the morning announcements. Former student and current UNCC football standout Austin Duke returned to the Big-I’s morning news broadcast to share some information about his post-secondary educational experiences as well as his role in UNCC’s inaugural football season.
“It’s a great time to be a Niner!” says Duke, who is studying business and marketing, and planning a career as a sports agent.
Duke appeared on the school’s morning news show to promote UNCC as a possibility for this year’s high school seniors. The university will have representatives on campus in the coming weeks and they are anxious to promote a different kind of campus than most students are familiar with. […]

By |September 18th, 2013|Around Town, Independence High School, Schools|2 Comments

Carolina Value Vet

By |September 13th, 2013|Around Town|0 Comments