Election Day 2013 has come and gone and the results indicate that Mint Hill town leadership will remain largely unchanged. Mayor Ted Biggers, who ran unopposed, as well as incumbents Lloyd Austin, Mickey Ellington and Tina Ross pulled in a majority of the votes. Brenda McRae is the only incumbent not returning to her position […]
By Michele Dotson firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday, November 9 at 10:30 am, an elaborate and poignant ceremony was held at Mint Hill Veterans Memorial Park, formerly Mint Hill Park on Fairview, to dedicate and officially open the Korean War Memorial.
The park sign with the newly adopted name was unveiled just prior to the memorial dedication. The Park will now officially be known as Mint Hill Veterans Memorial Park.
Honored guests and speakers included Mint Hill Mayor Ted Biggers, Mint Hill Town Council, visiting dignitaries from the Republic of Korea, Congressman Robert Pittenger (NC-09), State Representative Bill Brawley (R), Mr. Kent Goolsby, architect for the project, and Don Putnam, co-chairman of the committee responsible for bringing the monument to realization.
After presentation of the colors, both the US national anthem as well as the national anthem for the Republic of Korea were sung. […]
By Michele Dotson
The annual Veterans Day breakfast, sponsored by the town of Mint Hill and the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce was held on November 9th at 8 am at the Kerr Building at Philadelphia Presbyterian Church on Bain School Road.
The capacity crowd enjoyed breakfast at 8:00 am, followed by a patriotic program […]
The Mint Hill Police Department and community members will come together December 3, 2013 in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee. All community members are invited to attend.
The event begins at 8 am at the Mint Hill Bojangles’ located at 9075 Lawyers Road.
Coffee with a Cop provides a […]