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Bakery opens new doors

Daphne’s Simply Southern Bakery celebrated the opening of their new location with a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony last Thursday and Friday.

The new location, 7069 Matthews-Mint Hill Road, opened a little more than a month ago, and according to owner Daphne Mullis, business has been booming ever since.

Members of the Mint Hill Town Commission […]

By |November 16th, 2012|Around Town, Development, Food|1 Comment

Local towns discuss economic park options

On October 3, commissioners from Mint Hill, Matthews, Indian Trail, and Stallings met to discuss the potential advantages of grouping together to further economic initiatives in the community by establishing an economic partnership between the towns.

Presentations were given on how partnerships are planned, built, and managed, what advantages they offer to the communities involved, and how that could possibly benefit the four municipalities.

No action was taken at the meeting, but the idea of such a collaboration was discussed and action could be taken in the future.

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By |October 12th, 2012|Around Town, Development, Government, Matthews, Real Estate|0 Comments

Chamber holds monthly meeting

At the monthly Chamber of Commerce Luncheon September 27, Dr. Dianne Beck, director of leadership and staff development at CPCC Levine Campus, spoke about CPCC and what it offers the community, how the college was established from the old Central High School building in Charlotte, and how students can acquire a low cost, quality education […]

By |October 12th, 2012|Around Town|0 Comments

Collins Cleaners supports breast cancer awareness month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, and Collins Cleaners in Mint Hill is doing their part.

For the month of October, Collins Cleaners is running a comforter special, offering half price to clean comforters and donating five dollars of each sale to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

The cost of the service is $15 and each comforter is cleaned with hypoallergenic soap, three wash and three rinse cycles, and a free storage bag is included with each purchase.

Vicki Moore is the man- ager of the Mint Hill Collins Cleaners and is trying to reach $500 in donations this month. With already 20 comforters cleaned and $100 donated, Moore is confident that she will meet her goal.

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By |October 12th, 2012|Around Town, Good deeds, Non-profit|0 Comments

Pizza Spiga, under new, old ownership

Pizza Spiga opened in 1998, at 800 square feet, serving authentic Italian food and pizza. Within two years, owner Phil Randazzo had to double the size of the restaurant to accommodate the crowds that were consistently waiting in line.

In 2000, Pizza Spiga’s menu progressed, in full Italian style, to include fine dishes as well as the regular pizza and calzones, adding appetizers and desserts, chicken broccoli alfredo, and eggplant rollatini.

The restaurant’s early success was due in no small part to the personal role that Randazzo played in the day-to-day operations. “I do cooking, I can do everything in the kitchen, I can do it all,” Randazzo said.

This do-it-all approach stems from his 45 years experience in the restaurant business.

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By |October 12th, 2012|Around Town, Food|0 Comments

It’s Your Business: Mint Hill Dance Center

Since 2010, Mint Hill Dance Center has offered the youth of Mint Hill instruction in a wide variety of dance styles.

Owner and director Whitleigh Cook has been dancing in the Charlotte area since she was six years old, going on to receive a B.F.A. in dance from the University of North Carolina Greensboro.

The Center is […]

By |October 12th, 2012|Around Town, Arts|0 Comments