Mint Hill native Tiffany Hacker, who the Mint Hill Times featured three weeks ago, got a nice little story on the CMS web site Friday. Hacker won the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship and is using it to study murals in Southeast Asia. She currently attends the National University of Singapore where she is working on a […]
Independence High School rising senior Robbie Tucker, who was killed Thursday when struck by a car while walking home from a friend’s house, was buried today.
On Friday, two of Robbie’s friends, Sydney Leibert (left) and Jessica Burkett painted the Big I rock in front of the school to pay tribute.
General Growth claims the off-site and on-site work were not in sync, and that grading was going too fast. Urban Planet forum posters express doubt about the reasons given for the halt of Bridges at Mint Hill construction at Lawyers Road and I-485. The poster says:
That’s an interesting excuse and it’s rubbish. It’s no doubt […]
Myrtle Grove Optimist bounced Mint Hill little league from the state tournament last night. Team Mint Hill was one game away from going to the Southeast Regional in Gulfport, Fla., and from there a trip to Williamsport, Pa. for the Little League World Series.
Getting to the state championship game is an accomplishment, so nothing to […]
From the Charlotte Business Journal:
The unemployment rate in Mecklenburg Country rose to 6.1 percent from 5.7 percent in just one month. More than 28,000 residents are unemployed in the county.
Public service note: If you are one of the unemployed and want to be a carrier for The Mint Hill Times, email or call us.
Butler’s most prominent football recruit Hawatha Bell will visit four schools this fall, including UNC and NC State.
Common Hawatha, keep your talent in state!
Of all the high profile Butler Bulldogs recruits last season, none stayed in state. Can’t blame them too much for wanting to play for Clemson, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech and Illinois, but […]