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Local players named to the SW4A All Conference Team

Butler:  Jalen Cousar Defensive Line,  Jarrett Norman Linebacker,  Christian Dixon Linebacker,  Clifton Buck Defensive Back, Jerome Simpson Offensive Line,  Cody Kluttz Offensive Line,  Michael Andry Offensive,  Benny LeMay Running Back,Alex Barrow Wide Receiver,  Jacob Deluca Tight End. Anthony Ratliff-Williams was voted the Offensive Player of the Year.
Independence:  Kima Bell Defensive Line,  Christian Colon Defensive Line, […]

By |December 10th, 2014|Around Town, Schools|0 Comments

Local Teen Releases Album

By Charles Kelleher Harris

Sixteen year-old Charles “Charlie” Austin-Zimmerman has had an interest in music for as long as he can remember

“I come from a musical family- my mom was a songwriter and I grew up listening to her band practice in the house.  When I was about 8, my grandmother had me in piano lessons, which were awesome,” says Zimmerman. “But I played a ton of guitar hero and I decided I wanted to learn how to play the guitar.  I taught myself to play guitar when I was ten, and I immediately started writing songs.”

In addition Zimmerman taught himself to play ukulele and bass.

When he was 13, Zimmerman decided he wanted a different name.  […]

By |December 10th, 2014|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts|0 Comments

Credit card fraud in Mint Hill

The Mint Hill Police Department is requesting assistance in identifying an individual wanted for questioning in a credit card fraud case. The vehicle shown is the vehicle the subject was driving in during the incident. This picture was from video surveillance at 4300 Wilgrove-Mint Hill Road. Detective Lezette is handling the investigation.

Contact the Mint Hill […]

By |November 20th, 2014|Around Town|1 Comment

Hugo the Hornet visits Mint Hill Bain to promote reading

By Leah Schmalz

Hugo the Hornet, the mascot for Charlotte’s newly rebranded NBA team, made a visit to Bain Elementary last Friday to invite students to join his Reading Revolution Team. Show emcee Tom Hill, who goes by stage name Justin Case, said a revolution is, “a major change in the way you think and ‘bee-have.’”

Hugo […]

By |November 20th, 2014|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds|0 Comments