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‘They Took My Farm’ man in Matthews gets more publicity

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You know the sign. It’s along Matthews-Mint Hill Road in Matthews, just before Idlewild Road. It’s Neubert Purser, the man who claims Matthews stole his farm so they could build a park. The Mint Hill Times, as well as Matthews and Charlotte newspapers have cover this story. And now the Carolina Journal has […]

By |May 4th, 2010|Matthews|13 Comments

North Carolina Alliance for Public Charter Schools says now is time to increase charter school cap

North Carolina Alliance for Public Charter Schools, headed by outgoing NC Senator of the Mint Hill area, Eddie Goodall, today called for North Carolina to increase the cap of 100 charter schools allowed by law in the state. By increasing the cap, the state would have a better chance to obtain Race to the Top federal stimulus dollars that will be released by the Obama Administration this summer. North Carolina will celebrate its 14th year of charter schools on June 1, 2010. Read the rest of the press release after the break. […]

By |May 3rd, 2010|Schools|0 Comments

Myrick speaks to Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce

U.S. Representative Sue Myrick spoke to the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce at Pine Lake Country Club today. Hear what she said in the week’s Mint Hill Times.

By |May 3rd, 2010|Washington|0 Comments

Senate District 35 primary: Gloves are off

Perhaps one of the most contentious political races in years is the contest for Republican primary in Senate District 35. Tommy Tucker is taking on former Senator Fern Shubert, and both have taken off the gloves in the last few days before the primary May 4. Shubert claims Tucker is misrepresenting her record, sending a […]

By |April 29th, 2010|Election 2010|0 Comments