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General Growth files for bankruptcy

[singlepic id=634 w=320 h=240 float=center]General Growth Properties, Inc, burdened by $27 billion in debt, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today. The mall operator is a partner with Childress Klein to bring the Bridges at Mint Hill mall to Lawyers Road and Interstate 485. Chris Thomas of Childress Klein told the Mint Hill Times earlier this […]

By |April 16th, 2009|Bridges at Mint Hill mall, Development|0 Comments

Mint Hill Masonic Lodge celebrates 40 years

Mint Hill Masonic Lodge (#742) celebrated its 40th anniversary two weeks ago. The Lodge has steadily grown over the 40 years from 109 charter members in 1969 to 454 present members. In the pictures:

The cake that Lodge Chef Bob Bryant made for the occasion.[singlepic id=793 w=320 h=240 float=center]

Don Wilson(MOC) introducing the Master of the Lodge, John Trail.[singlepic id=791 w=320 h=240 float=center] […]

By |April 14th, 2009|Non-profit|0 Comments

Update on Matthews traffic accident

Matthews Police responded to a vehicle collision on US 74 at Interstate 485 today around 12:30 pm. The initial investigation shows that a 2005 Honda Accord, occupied only by one person was traveling eastbound on US 74 at a high rate of speed when it crossed the center median. A 2007 Infiniti G35, also occupied by one person driver, was traveling westbound on US 74 when it was struck head-on by the Honda. The driver of the Honda sustained fatal injuries upon impact. The driver of the Infiniti was transported to Carolina’s Medical Center in Charlotte where he was treated and released. […]

By |April 7th, 2009|Matthews, Transportation|0 Comments

Got a lead foot? Better watch out for the next few weeks

Gov. Bev Perdue announced today that the N.C. State Highway Patrol and the Governor’s Highway Safety Program are kicking off Operation Slow Down/No Need 2 Speed to catch speeders on North Carolina’s highways. Local law enforcement agencies will join troopers from now through April 12 to encourage drivers to slow down and follow the speed limit.
“North Carolina law enforcement will be going after speeders who recklessly endanger our citizens,” said Perdue. “Speed is the leading cause of crashes on our highways. I urge motorists to slow down and obey the speed limit. ” […]

By |March 30th, 2009|Raleigh, Transportation|0 Comments