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Shots fired

On September 23 at approximately 2:51 Mint Hill Police were called to the 4700 Block of Margaret-Wallace Road, in the Idlewild Plaza parking lot, in reference to a fight in progress with shots being fired.  Upon arrival both parties involved had left the area, via private vehicles.  Investigators arrived on scene and began speaking with witnesses.

The only […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Around Town, Featured Posts|0 Comments

Local youth joins efforts to save Bain School

At the September 11 Board of Commissioners meeting, Connor Fohr was presented with a certificate of recognition from Commissioner Tina Ross.

“I want to recognize Connor for his efforts in saving the Bain School,” said Ross.

Connor’s mother said that nostalgia contributed to Connor’s decision to help the Bain Restoration Committee

“He was one of the last classes […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts|0 Comments

Principal surprised at halftime

Independence High School Principal Amy Dellinger was named named the 2014-2015 East Learning Com-munity Principal of the Year. The staff received word, but kept it from Dellinger until halftime Friday night. It was a big surprise.

By |September 25th, 2014|Independence High School|0 Comments

Patriots allow Huskies to score points but not win

By Ron Morris

Entering Friday’s night non-conference battle between county rivals the Hough Huskies and host Independence, the Patriots had been un-scored on and undefeated.
However, at the 8:14 mark in the second quarter, the Patriots gave up 3 points on a 27-yard field goal. Before the game ended, Hough managed to put 17 points on the board, but the Patriots stayed undefeated by defeating Hough 27-17.
Independence was the first to get on the board with 1:30 to go in the first quarter. The Patriots drove the ball 52-yards and on a one yard run by quarterback Kelvin Hopkins. The Patri- ots took the lead 7-0. […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Around Town, Independence High School, Schools, Sports|0 Comments

Independence FFA Chapter promotes National Teach Ag Day

By Leah Schmalz
The Future Farmers of America, or FFA, at Independence High School is working to promote National Teach Ag Day this Thursday.
“There is a dire need for agriculture teachers,” said John Hess, the program’s advisor. “National Teach Ag Day is trying to promote students to get into agriculture and even into the field of teaching agriculture.” The program is doing this through announcements and posters that provide data on the need for agriculture teachers specific to the Southeast.  […]

By |September 24th, 2014|Around Town|0 Comments

Citizens Oppose New Development

By Charles Kelleher Harris

At least two dozen citizens were present at the September 11 meeting of the Mint Hill Board of Commissioners meeting to voice their concerns over a proposed housing development behind the new Publix shopping center site during a public hearing.

Earlier this summer Ryan Homes, owned by NVR Inc., made a request for exemption from two zoning requirements in architectural guidelines in the proposed housing development located at 6828 Matthews-Mint Hill Road.

“We are requesting approval (to) allow a garage to not be recessed from living space and relief from the exemption that every house must have a full front porch,” a representative from Ryan Homes told the board.  […]

By |September 17th, 2014|Around Town, Arts, Development, Government, Town Hall|0 Comments