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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

Pat Kempisty Named Mint Hill Arts’ Volunteer of the Month for September

September, 2014:  Mint Hill Arts has named Pat Kempisty Volunteer of the Month for September.  Formal recognition will be Friday, September 5, 7:00-9:00 p.m., at the MHA Opening Reception for the “Music” show in the gallery, 11205 Lawyers Rd, Mint Hill. The public is invited to attend the free reception honoring Pat and artists who will receive awards.  […]

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

Mint Hill Arts Welcomes New Teachers

Fall classes for students of all ages (children, teens, and adults) will begin Sept. 15, 2014, at Mint Hill Arts, with an exciting array of classes, ranging from watercolors to oils to photography.  Returning to MHA classrooms are Judy Mizell, Larry Ferguson, Vicki Crossman, Mila Antonyuk, and Pamela Shook.  Joining them will be eleven new […]

By |September 17th, 2014|Around Town, Arts, Good deeds|0 Comments

Coffee with a Cop opens dialogue on national front

By Charles Kelleher Harris

Citizen’s concerns for law enforcement go beyond the scope of the Mint Hill town limits.

“I just think it is terrible on the news how people are down on the police,” said a Mint Hill resident who asked to be identified only as Leslie, “This whole climate in the country is terrible.”

Leslie was one of the residents who turned out for the monthly “Coffee with a Cop” that is hosted by the Mint Hill Police Department.

September’s event was hosted at Showmar’s Restaurant.  […]

By |September 12th, 2014|Around Town, Featured Posts, Good deeds|0 Comments

Morrison praises Indy for graduation numbers

By Michele Dotson

CMS Superintendent Dr. Heath Morrison held a press conference Tuesday, September 2 at Providence High School to share preliminary graduation results from across the district.

Morrison praised Independence High School for posting an impressive graduation rate of 88.6  which is an increase of  4.5 % from 2013.

Independence Assistant Principal Amy Mims described the school’s massive […]

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Independence aces national list

By Charles Kelleher Harris

Independence High School has been named one of the countries’ best high school by the popular reporting and opinion website The Daily Beast.

“Our mission [is] to create a college and career ready culture,” said Independence High School Principal Amy D. Dellinger, “[We want our students to be] prepared for success regardless of their choice after high school i.e. college, military or the work face.”

Dellinger said that Independence applied for the opportunity to be placed on The Daily Beast list.

Dellinger has spent 23 years in education, the last four of which have been as Independence principal.

Dellinger said that the school has worked hard to develop four-year plans for each student, to help develop a specific vision for their future.  […]

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