The Board of Commissioners met June 14 to discuss proposed amendments to the town’s code of ordinances regarding housing and property maintenance and the nuisance abatement code. The amendments set a timeline of action. The amendment reads “Order by the Governing Body after failure to repair, remove, vacate, or close after one year.” Property owners […]
The Mint Hill Police Department is holding a community blood drive Tuesday, June 26 from 2-5 pm in partnership with Community Blood Center of the Carolinas. The “Community Bloodmobile” will be at the police department on Matthews-Mint Hill Road. For every donation, CBCC will make a contribution to support military members and their families. For […]
A man shot into the McDonald’s on Lawyers Road at Lebanon Road Monday around 2 am. He approached the front door and attempted to open it, but the restaurant was closed. He then shot the door, shattering glass. The gunman fled the scene. No one was injured.
Mint Hill and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police searched the area for […]
The Mint Hill Athletic Association has partnered with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte to provide skill sessions and summer camps for young soccer players. Keenan Harward, known to MHAA players and parents at Coach K, is the soccer coordinator and a UNCC alumnus. He contacted the Charlotte soccer team for a partnership last […]
St. John Neumann Catholic Church is kicking off summer by hosting its second-annual SonFest starting this Friday. The church invites Mint Hill to celebrate summer and the community for this two-day festival. It will run Friday from 5-10 pm and Saturday from noon to 10 pm.
The parking lot will hold about 10 carnival game tents, […]
Mint Hill’s own Horsefly played at the Town Hall last Saturday for June Tunes, and pulled in quite a crowd. The blues and classic rock n roll band was formed last August through the monthly jam sessions at local Forty Rod Roadhouse on Lawyers Road. June Tunes visitors enjoyed a taste of their classic sound.