Tidewater Partners, who along with Southern Commercial Real Estate, were in talks with the town to purchase several acres in the downtown area, is no longer interested according to Town Manager Brian Welch.
In May, the Mint Hill Times profiled Jay Brosnan, a retired military man who lives with his wife off Lebanon Road. Brosnan was preparing for a cross country bicycle ride from Washington state to Maine over the summer, his second cross country ride since 2001. But this one did not go as smooth as his first. Continue reading
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools announced new rules and procedures for verifying student-athlete eligibility.
“I think we’ve moved to the next step,” said Dr. Peter Gorman, CMS superintendent. “You can never resolve something that has on-going monitoring and compliance, you’ll just continue to have to check on it.”
CMS accepted every recommendation from the 24-member committee put together to tackle the system’s eligibility issues during the last school year.
The Butler Bulldogs and Independence Patriots scrimmaged against local high school football teams yesterday. Butler scrimmaged the Olympic Trojans at 8 am, and the Patriots faced the Charlotte Catholic Cougars at 7 pm. Continue reading