Arrest warrants are secured for Anthony Christopher Stith for the shooting that occurred May 14 at the Sunoco on Lawyers Road. The warrants are for Assault with a Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill Inflicting Serious Injury (Attempted Murder) and Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon.
Bain students presented local veterans with American flags after singing “You are Our Heroes” to the special guests last Friday at their annual patriotic performance. Butler High School’s JROTC color guard presented the flag while the second graders sang the National Anthem.
The Planning Board met Monday at the Town Hall to approve the minutes of the March 22 meeting and to discuss and recommend the rezoning request filed by Sullivan, Burd and Roupas, LLC. The dentists are asking to construct a new building at 6332 Matthews-Mint Hill Road.
The first approval made by the Planning Board was […]
The Mint Hill Public Library is hosting Paws to Read Saturday, May 26, starting at 10:30 am. Children between the ages five and 11 can read aloud to a volunteer therapy dog. Reading times are 10:30 am, 10:55 am, and 11:15 am. For more information contact Donna Reynolds or Jackie Hooker at 704-416-5200.
June Tunes will be every Saturday in June this summer on the Mint Hill Town Hall lawn. Concerts will begin at 7:30 pm, and visitors should bring chairs and blankets for comfortable seating.
Concerts are as follows: June 2, Sterling Bridge, a Mint Hill-based band that blends the sounds of bagpipes with rock and roll; June […]
Monday night, Everett Jakeen Chavis, 22, of Charlotte, was shot at a gas station at Idlewild Road and Margaret Wallace Road. Chavis said he attempted to buy marijuana from an individual whom he only knew by nickname. The dealer decided to shoot and rob Chavis instead. The bullet went through his forearm into his ribs. He was rushed […]