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Matthews is top 10 suburb to sell a home

According to Forbes.com, Matthews is a top 10 suburb in the U.S. to sell a home. The online version of financial magazine cited these numbers:
Median home price: $320,990; Median days on market: 127; Current inventory: 745; Year-over-year price change: 6 percent; Percent of sellers decreasing prices: 39 percent

By |November 7th, 2008|Matthews, Real Estate|0 Comments

In this week’s Mint Hill Times…

It’s the middle of October, and the temperature is still 84 degrees. What’s up with that?

[singlepic=230,220,140,,right]This week in The Mint Hill Times:

Tim Long reports Town Manager Brian Welch asked town staff to cut unnecessary spending to help deal with the economic situation.
Adam Houston reports the Board of Commissioners approved a permit for construction of a […]

HAWK meeting tonight

[singlepic=195,220,140,,right]The local Habitat and Wildlife Keepers chapter has a meeting at 7 pm tonight at the Matthews Community Center. Dr. David Grant will speak tonight about the interesting behaviors of spiders and how they hunt their prey. Grant is a biology professor emeritus at Davidson College, and he taught from 1968 to 2004.

HAWK’s next meeting […]

By |October 7th, 2008|Matthews, Non-profit|0 Comments

Matthews Alive snapshots

Mint Hill photographer Jim Young found plenty of color at last weekend’s Matthews Alive.

By |September 7th, 2008|Matthews|0 Comments

Woman wins $10,000 at MH Food Lion

Or was it a Matthews Food Lion? None the less, it was the store at Hood’s Crossroads where Matthews resident Regina Shook got her ticket for the August 6 NC lottery Powerball drawing. Congrats, Regina!

Lest you need to be reminded, the N.C. Education Lottery is a farce. According to its Web site, “100 percent of […]

By |August 11th, 2008|Matthews, Mecklenburg County|0 Comments

Meck mayors support bond

WFAE reports Mint Hill, Matthews, and Pineville mayors are urging support for the November bond. Green space is the issue, according to Matthews mayor Lee Myers. The money from the bond will help towns preserve land for parks, ball fields and natural areas.

Mint Hill has mucho green space, but keeping it is another story. Mecklenburg […]

By |August 7th, 2008|Development, Matthews, Mecklenburg County, Real Estate, Town Hall|0 Comments