The domestic animal industry has changed dramatically over the pass thirty years. Our pets have become very important members of our family. As pet owners we have become more educated on our pets health and what we feed our pets. We all love to spoil our little four legged friends by giving them treats. Hopefully this article will provide you with some information on the treats you buy for your dog or cat. […]
Annual chili cook-off to benefit Arts and Science Council
The Town of Mint Hill and the Arts and Science Council team together again for this annual event to find the best chili in Mint Hill.
The event will take place from 11:30- 1:30 PM at Spotlight Performing Arts Academy. Participants must have their chili at Spotlight no later […]
Charlotte-Mecklenburg students must complete a graduation project where the student investigates a topic and presents their findings and a project to a panel. Independence High School senior and Mint Hill resident Erin Evans researched the negative effects of technology. Her report is below and has been edited for brevity. The full version is on our website www.minthilltimes.com.
Erin is the daughter of Evan and Whitney Evans of Mint Hill.
by Erin Evans
(edited for brevity)
A child sits quietly, hardly blinking, occasionally jerking, constantly staring, oblivious to his surroundings. Some might wonder if he is schizophrenic, autistic, or suffering from another mental illness.
This child is simply addicted to the technology that holds his undivided attention and isolates him from the real world.
Technology, which has so greatly impacted life today in positive ways, has now begun to raise concerns about its negative influences, especially upon the young. […]
By Michele Dotson firstname.lastname@example.org
The regularly scheduled Board of Commissioners meeting scheduled for February 13 was canceled due to the snow.
Mayor Ted Biggers called a Special Meeting of the Board of Commissioners on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at Mint Hill Town Hall to make a decision on #ZC13-11, Filed by Town Of Mint Hill, Requesting a Text Amendment to Update the Flood Ordinance in response to the revised floodplain maps being prepared by Mecklenburg County.
According to Mecklenburg Storm Water Services, floodplain regulations for Charlotte, Matthews, Mint Hill and Pineville have been updated to reflect both the new flood hazard data and the date the new floodplain maps take effect. […]