The event dubbed A Day in the Park was almost drowned out by storms on Saturday, March 24. Heavy rains swept through the area in the morning but sunshine prevailed in the afternoon and some of the events were able to take place. Under blue skies and puffy white clouds, Tone Your Temple offered free mini yoga lessons for […]
The Armed Forces Museum & Archives of the Carolinas have a new set of board members. The group voted last month at its regular meeting at the Mint Hill Town Hall. The museum and archive will be constructed next to the North Carolina Korean War Veterans Memorial at the Park on Fairview.
The officers are William R. […]
It may not seem like much, being ranked 166 of all southern cities, towns and villages in quality of life. But when you factor in that Mint Hill was in the top 15 percent out of 1,146 places, it doesn’t look so bad.
The Business Journal used a variety of factors to determine the quality of […]
Queen’s Grant Community School held its annual Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Drive the week of November 14. The students brought in enough Thanksgiving food supplies to fill 130 dinner bags and raised $1,128 “Gobble, Gobble” dollars to buy Food Lion Gift Cards to go with each bag. QG partnered with Food Lion to purchase 108 “Hunger […]