When the transition from the current town hall to the new town hall is complete, renovations will begin on the old building in an effort to convert it into the new Mint Hill Police Department. The plans show a secured parking area in the rear of the building, leaving no spaces for public parking. The […]
Residents in Ashe Plantation and other Mint Hill neighborhoods have been working toward receiving better service from their water provider, Aqua. Over the past few months we have reported the issues customers have with Aqua, including dirty, hard water and high monthly bills. Ashe Plantation homeowners association president, Sharon Decker, has been working with Charlotte […]
National Public Radio’s Morning Edition recently aired a story about a report published by the Chronicle of Philanthropy regarding the geography of charitable donations. Morning Edition looked at the data on a national level and found that lower-income Americans donate a larger percentage of their money than do the wealthy.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy explained that […]
As the construction of the new town hall building comes to an end, the Board of Commissioners and Mint Hill residents want to know what will happen to the Christmas tree at the current town hall. The tree has been part of Mint Hill tradition for over 25 years.
Town Planners Dana Clukey and John Hoard […]
Mint Hill Police were dispatched to the 6300 block of Lebanon Road at 2:47 this morning to find a man lying in the middle of the road. Medical personnel pronounced him deceased at approximately 2:57 am. It appeared that he had been struck by a vehicle, which had left the scene.
The MHPD Crash Investigation Unit […]
Seven schools in the Mint Hill area are nearly ready to open their doors for the first day of school in the 2012-2013 academic year. Some schools are seeing an increase in teachers, students, or construction, and each school will implement the newly adopted Common Core State Standards, as well as serve more nutritional lunches. […]