Tag Archives: Mint Hill fire department
At the last Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce luncheon of 2012, members were presented with “Mint Hill Fire Department: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow; the challenge of keeping up,” by MHVFD Chief John Phillips. The luncheon was held at Jimmie’s … Continue reading
A mobile home fire displaced four Mint Hill residents early Monday morning on Rivendell Road. The fire is suspected to have been caused by electrical issues around 5:30 a.m. The home was empty at the time, and the 911 call … Continue reading
The body of missing Mint Hill teen Kayla Campbell was recovered from a pond near Mint Hill approximately 12:15 am Thursday. The pond, on Sable-Cap Road, is where her bicycle, helmet, and cell phone were found earlier. Investigator’s accepted a local … Continue reading
Former Mint Hill fire chief, Jeremy Russell, pleaded guilty to one account of embezzlement Tuesday in the Charlotte U.S. District Court. For nearly two years Russell stole $225,000 from the Mint Hill Volunteer Fire Department and the Town of Mint … Continue reading
By Amanda Waters Staff Writer Last Wednesday the Mint Hill Volunteer Fire Department received grant money for thermal imaging cameras. The insurance company AmWINS, represented by Tom Lott, a member of the fire department, presented the $12,461 check in conjunction … Continue reading
[simple_slideshow] Mint Hill residents had a lot to say last Thursday about the fire department’s proposition to build a second fire station. They packed the John M. McEwen Assembly Room for the Board of Commissioners meeting to learn about the … Continue reading
[simple_slideshow] Mint Hill firefighters responded to a fire in Stallings early this morning at the Emerald Lake Golf Club off of Lawyers Road.
Camden Johnson was fishing at Oak Island, N.C. when he watched a helicopter crash into the ocean June 14. He was on a boat with friends Steve Peloza and Matt Brooks. Johnson, 16, is a volunteer fire fighter in Mint … Continue reading
[simple_slideshow] The Mint Hill Volunteer Fire Department presented the American flag on the Hwy. 218 bridge as the Moving Wall, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial replica, traveled along I-485.
The time allotted for public comments during the Board of Commissioners meeting at the Town Hall last Thursday was centered around the resignation of Fire Chief Jeremy Russell. Russell resigned from his position in the town as the Fire and … Continue reading