Part Time News Reporter

The Mint Hill Times is looking for a Part Time News Reporter to cover Mint Hill. Email resume and writing clips to laura@minthilltimes.com

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Paws to Read

The Mint Hill Library is hosting their Paws to Read program August 11 and 25. The program invites children ages three to 11 to read aloud to a volunteer therapy dog. Register at the library or online, or contact Jackie Hooker at 704-416-5200 for more information.

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Kilahpalooza

Forty Rod will host Kilahpalooza August 12, 1-10 pm to raise funds for three-year-old Kilah Davenport, a victim of extreme violence. Money raised will be used to renovate the Davenport house for Kilah’s needs.

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Kilah Davenport returns home

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Three year old Kilah Davenport retured home from the Levine Children’s Hospital Thursday to family and friends.

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Sunday Afternoon in the Park

The Sunday Afternoon in the Park Committee is soliciting artists and musicians to display, perform, demonstrate and sell their products at Sunday Afternoon in the Park, Sunday, August 26. The event will be held at the Mint Hill Park on Wilgrove-Mint Hill Road from 1-6 pm. There is a $5 fee to participate; artists need to provide their own tables, tents, displays, etc. There is no electricity provided. Only items handmade by the exhibiting artist will be allowed. Franchises, imports, and commercially produced items are prohibited. The committee reserves the right to reject any pieces that do not fit the family friendly event. Complete and return  application, along with the $5 application fee, and a photograph of your work, by August 20 if you are interested in participating in Sunday Afternoon in the Park. For further information, contact Tina Ross at 704-545-6231 or e-mail katrinar87@earthlink.net.

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String of shootings

Six car windows and Jakes Good Eats restaurant window were shot in east Charlotte last Friday, June 8; and last Tuesday, June 5 a bullet entered a home on Cabarrus Road in Mint Hill.  Some of the bullets have narrowly missed people, including drivers and a restaurant patron.  Shattered glass injured drivers on Albemarle road when their window was shot out.  Police are working with undercover detectives and K-9 units, and keeping watch of the homes of potential suspects.  CMPD requested the fragment of the round in the Mint Hill home to compare it to the Albemarle Road rounds.  Two vehicles were seen on Albemarle Road, a red pickup truck and a grey or silver Chevy Astro Van.  Police encourage witnesses to call Crime Stoppers at 704-336-1600.

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