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Commissioner charged with simple assault

A warrant was issued for Commissioner Lloyd Austin for an alleged assault on his neighbor.

Austin turned himself in to police on Wednesday, April 16 and was released on bond.

According to reports, the neighbor claims Austin threw rocks and dirt in his face, then punched him in the back of the neck.

Austin declined comment on the […]

By |April 24th, 2014|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts|31 Comments

Mint Hill home to potters who love to share their craft

By Michele Dotson

If you love pottery, there is no doubt that Mint Hill is the place to be.

Working quietly in home studios, garages, and even an historic log cabin, these clay artists are giving the town a reputation for quality, functional and artistic clay works.

“Pineville is known for its antiques,” says potter Charles Beard (better known as Doc). “I think Mint Hill should be known for its pottery.”

Doc, who owns Log Cabin Pottery on Lebanon Road has seen an increase in interest for the pottery he creates, and the two other potters who share his space. […]

By |April 24th, 2014|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts|1 Comment

Bain celebrates outstanding students

By Michele Dotson
Staff Writer
dotson.michele@minthilltimes.
The third quarter Bain Bobcat students were celebrated at an awards ceremony on Thursday, April 10. Students are selected for this award because they display exemplary qualities both inside and outside of the classroom.com

“The Bain Bobcat award is reserved for students who not only have excellent grades, but also possess leadership qualities, […]

By |April 15th, 2014|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds|0 Comments

Independence students celebrate global youth service day

Continue projects to serve the children of South Sudan

By Michele Dotson

April 11 was Global Youth Service Day, and students in the Academy of International Studies (AIS) at Independence High School celebrated their successes in helping to provide a school and clean drinking water for the children of South Sudan.

For the past three years AIS students have been working to raise awareness and funds for children living in substandard conditions in a tiny country in northeastern Africa.

“In 2011, we held a spaghetti dinner and raised $1,500 for the school in South Sudan,” says senior Rachel Casale, who is president of the Interact Club. “In 2012, we sponsored the Carry the Jerry 5K to help fund clean water at the school, and we raised $2,000.”

Casale explained to the attentive crowd that in 2013, AIS students participated in the Any1Can Project where over 2,000 area students designed t-shirts raising awareness about a variety of global issues such as peace, education, water conservation, tolerance, hunger, and poverty. […]

By |April 15th, 2014|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds|1 Comment