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Vandals cause nearly $12K in damage at Pine Lake

Mint Hill Police responded to Pine Lake Country Club on a call of breaking and entering and damage to property the morning of November 6.

Approximately 20 golf carts had been removed from the barn where they are stored and damaged. Apparently, the suspects removed each golf cart, taking them onto the golf course, driving them […]

By |November 8th, 2012|Breakiing News|0 Comments

Rocky River falls flat in loss to Myers Park on senior night

The Rocky River Ravens lost 36-13 to the Myers Park Mustangs last Friday night in the final regular season game for both. The game was important for both teams. Myers Park needed a win to qualify for the playoffs, while a win for Rocky River could help improve their playoff seeding. Unfortunately for the Ravens, this was not their night. […]

By |November 2nd, 2012|Around Town, Rocky River High School, Schools, Sports|0 Comments

It’s Your Business: Candice Wood Photography

Fulfilling a lifelong dream of owning a photography studio, recent college graduate Candice Wood, a native of Mint Hill, has opened her own studio located in the Mint Hill Village.

Wood recently graduated with two degrees from Randolph Community College in Portrait Studio Management and Bio-communications Photography. She has completed four internships, each lasting eight weeks, with Amelia and Dan Photography in Charleston, S.C., and then Crystal Lee Photography, Erin Dietrich Photography, and Gene Ho Photography all located in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

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By |November 2nd, 2012|Around Town|1 Comment

New mall coming to 485 and Idlewild

Simon Property Group and Paragon Outlet Partners are teaming up to bring a new outlet mall to Stallings at the corner of I485 and Idlewild Road.

The 400,000-square-foot mall is a joint venture between the two companies, and will house about 100 designer and name brand stores.

The project plans to break ground in the spring of 2013, with opening slated for sometime in 2014.

Despite Simon and Paragon signing a letter of intent, Stallings town manager Brian Matthews said that no formal request to build has been received by the town.

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By |November 1st, 2012|Around Town, Development, Real Estate|1 Comment

Town Commission holds first meeting in new town hall

 

Thursday, October 26 marked the first meeting of the Mint Hill Town Commission in the new town hall.

The commission heard presentations from either side of the “CONNECT Our Future: Vibrant Communities—Robust Region” program, which is a process for local government, businesses, and other organizations to create a regional plan for development.

The program is support- ed by a $4.9 million dollar HUD grant and a $3 million of local public and private matching funds, and affects a 14-county area, including Mecklenburg, Gaston, Stanly, Union, and Cabarrus counties. Lynette Rinker, mayor pro tem and commissioner of the town of Cornelius, gave a presentation on why Cornelius denied joining the program, citing federal control of local issues.

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By |November 1st, 2012|Around Town, Development, Government, Town Hall|0 Comments

Order of the Patriot inducts new members

At a ceremony Wednesday, October 24, five student and honorary members were inducted into the Order of the Patriot at Independence High School.

The Order of the Patriot is an honor organization that recognizes individuals that have excelled in leadership, service, and character, founded by Independence’s first principal Samuel Haywood in 1966.

The new student inductees are […]

By |November 1st, 2012|Around Town, Independence High School, Schools|1 Comment