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Soles 2 Remember celebrates 98 runners

By Michele Dotson
The Soles 2 Remember 5K kicks off Saturday, May 17 at Pine Lake Country Club. To date, 98 runners have registered and registration continues on line and on site race day.

Mint Hill Police Department sponsors this annual event.

Organizer Sgt. Michael Gainey says the fundraiser is all about awareness.

“To me the fundraiser is awareness of National Police Week, and to show honor to the officers that have died in the line of duty.”

Gainey says funds go to support the memorial fund for police. […]

By |May 14th, 2014|Around Town, Good deeds|3 Comments

Meeting sets stage for next year’s budget

A budget workshop was held at Mint Hill Town hall Wednesday, April 16. The purpose of the meeting was for departments within the town to review their operating budgets and discuss future needs.

“There’s not a whole lot of change in the way of expenses for next year,” says Town Manager Brian Welch. “Mostly we’re just maintaining what we’ve got.”

The police department is planning to purchase two new police cars to replace older cars that have high mileage. There is also discussion about adding an additional police position. […]

By |April 24th, 2014|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds|0 Comments

Canine Officer Robert Owens and the newest member

Canine Officer Robert Owens and the newest member of the Mint Hill Police Department, Blitz, assisted with traffic control at last Saturday’s shred event sponsored by the Police Department and the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce. Owens and Blitz have just completed their first two weeks of active duty. Officer Owens picked up Blitz in […]

By |April 24th, 2014|Around Town, Featured Posts, Good deeds|15 Comments

Shredding service convenient for citizens

By Michele Dotson

The Mint Hill Police Department and the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce hosted a document shredding event in the parking lot of Fifth Third Bank on Saturday, April 12. This semi-annual service is provided free of charge as a way to encourage citizens to destroy documents containing personal information that could be used by criminals intent on committing identity theft.

CINTAS Document Management was on site with two trucks to immediately shred the documents. The shredded paper will later be recycled into secondary paper products such as paper towels and tissue.

By 10:15 am Saturday, over 6,000 pounds of paper had already been shredded, and the line for dropping off paper was steady and stretched around the building. […]

By |April 15th, 2014|Around Town, Featured Posts, Good deeds|0 Comments