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House fire leaves four misplaced; none injured

A mobile home fire displaced four Mint Hill residents early Monday morning on Rivendell Road.

The fire is suspected to have been caused by electrical issues around 5:30 a.m. The home was empty at the time, and the 911 call was made by a neighbor after seeing smoke coming from the mobile home.

The home belongs to […]

By |January 2nd, 2013|Around Town, Breakiing News|0 Comments

Town clerk Beth Hamrick retiring after 32 years

November 30 will mark the end of Beth Hamrick’s 32-year career with the Town of Mint Hill. Hired in 1980 as a receptionist, Hamrick’s role has changed over the years. She has served as the secretary to the town administrator, the Planning Board coordinator, secretary to the Board of Adjustment, and the deputy clerk. In 1985 she became the town clerk, the position from which she is retiring.

Throughout the years, Hamrick has seen Mint Hill grow, tripling in population. She has served with numerous commissioners and four mayors. She has served in the town’s last three town hall locations: the McEwen Shopping Center, the building on Matthews-Mint Hill Road, and the newest building on Mint Hill Village Lane. Hamrick took classes for various certifications, including the certificate of municipal clerk and master municipal clerk.

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By |November 13th, 2012|Around Town, Breakiing News, Government, Town Hall|27 Comments

2012 North Carolina Election Results

President

Barack Obama (D)

President Obama won reelection in a convincing victory, clinching 336 electoral votes and 50 percent of the popular vote, wining all swing states except North Carolina, while Republican challenger Mitt Romney secured only 206 electoral votes and 48 percent of the popular vote. In North Carolina, the percentages were reversed, with Romney winning 50.4 percent of the popular vote, while Obama secured 48.3 percent.

US House of Representatives

Robert Pittenger (R)

Republican Robert Pittenger narrowly secured election, replacing the retiring incumbent Sue Myrick, and taking 51.8 percent of the vote in the three-county area that includes Mecklenburg, Union, and Gaston counties. Democrat Jennifer Roberts won 45.7 percent of the vote, and Independent Curtis Campbell won 2.6.

Governor

Pat McCrory (R)

Former Charlotte mayor Republican Pat McCrory secured the North Carolina governor’s race, defeating Democratic challenger Walter Dalton by 11.5 percentage points. McCrory won the race with 54.7 percent, and Dalton won 43.2. Libertarian candidate Barbara Howe took 2.1 percent of the vote.

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Vandals cause nearly $12K in damage at Pine Lake

Mint Hill Police responded to Pine Lake Country Club on a call of breaking and entering and damage to property the morning of November 6.

Approximately 20 golf carts had been removed from the barn where they are stored and damaged. Apparently, the suspects removed each golf cart, taking them onto the golf course, driving them […]

By |November 8th, 2012|Breakiing News|2 Comments

Daphne’s Grand Opening postponed

Daphne’s Bakery in Mint Hill is postponing the grand opening of their new location at 7609 Matthews-Mint Hill Road until Fri. October 19.  

The grand opening was previously scheduled for Fri. October 12, 3-9 pm, with a ribbon-cutting and light refreshments.

For more info, see the Daphne’s Bakery Facebook page at (www.facebook.com/daphnesbakery)

By |October 11th, 2012|Around Town, Breakiing News|0 Comments

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.

By |July 20th, 2012|Breakiing News, Good deeds|0 Comments