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Dollar General hit again

Just two weeks ago, a man robbed the safe at the Dollar General on Lawyers Road. Last weekend, the store was robbed again. This time it was an African American man—with an accomplice—who grabbed the cash out of the register. […]

By |September 11th, 2008|Police|0 Comments

What’s with the tree clearing?

If you’ve driven on Albemarle Road between Blair and Rocky River Church roads, you may have notice the massive clearing of trees on the northeast side of the street. […]

By |September 10th, 2008|Development, Mecklenburg County|9 Comments

Butler volleyball undefeated

[singlepic=125,320,240,,right]Butler football is not the only team perfect in 2008. The volleyball team is 8-0, including wins against Providence and Myers Park, two traditional volleyball powerhouses. Read the full story by Don Nicholas in this week’s Mint Hill Times. The Lady Bulldogs’ next home match is September 16 vs. Independence.

Back left: Megan Smith, Kendra Stowe, […]

By |September 9th, 2008|Butler High School, Sports|0 Comments

Mint Hill Lions Club 5K results

[singlepic=122,270,190,,center]Jose Aguayo took first place in the Lion’s Club 5K Saturday on Bain School Road. More than 40 runners participated, including Mint Hill Times columnist Dr. Mike Richardson who ran in 33 minutes. More pics and complete race results:


By |September 8th, 2008|Madness 2008, Sports|0 Comments

Mint Hill Police capture alleged rapists

Mint Hill Police arrested Ion Svet, 27, and Gennadiy Rizhkov, 25, Saturday in connection with an alleged rape on Carving Tree Lane. Svet and Rizhkov were caught at 5709 Matthews-Mint Hill Road hiding under a deck one hour after the incident was reported. […]

By |September 8th, 2008|Police|1 Comment

Dist. 103 candidate ready to roll

[singlepic=93,270,210,,right]Last November, independent candidate Mark Brody set out to collect 2,000 signatures needed to his name on the ballot for state house District 103. Incumbent Jim Gulley, who has served seven terms representing Mint Hill, Matthews, and some of Charlotte, narrowly defeated Republican challengers Larry Hale and Edy Brotherton. Through hours of leg work, Brody got the signatures to get on the ballot. Now the fun begins.

On Friday, Paul Kanitz (left) allowed Brody to put the first sign of the campaign in his front yard in Mint Hill.


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