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    The Fighting Parson

    CHARLOTTE - The role of a pastor is not easily defined.  The Bible makes clear the qualifications required, but the potential responsibilities are many...

    Roger Sherman

    CHARLOTTE - Unfortunately, many United States’ citizens would be challenged to name more than a few of our founding fathers.  However, if we are...

    Constitutional Rights

    CHARLOTTE - Do we have Constitutional rights?  Does the term imply that our governing document is the source of those rights?  Our founding document,...

    Wentworth Cheswell

    CHARLOTTE - “Listen, my children, and you shall hear; Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere…” Although Henry Longfellow’s 1860 poem has aided our...

    John Wise

    CHARLOTTE - In his 1953 book, “Seedtime of the Republic”, Cornell University Professor Clinton Rossiter lists six individuals that he considered to be the...

    Independence Day

    CHARLOTTE - On America’s 61st birthday, our 6th President, John Quincey Adams began his commemorative speech with rhetorical questions:“Why is it friends and fellow...

    John Quincy Adams

    CHARLOTTE - “Duty is ours’, results are God’s” – with that phrase, America’s sixth President answered a question posed by a reporter: why did...

    North Carolina Education

    CHARLOTTE - Section 1 of Article IX of the North Carolina Constitution titled “Education” reads:  “Religion, morality, and knowledge being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools, libraries, and the means of education shall forever be encouraged.”Obviously, it was presumed that religion and morality were...

    Patrick Henry

    CHARLOTTE - “Give me liberty of give me death!”  Many may recognize these immortal words from March of 1775.  Even a brief review of...

    The First Inauguration

    CHARLOTTE - Although perfectly content to spend the rest of his years at Mount Vernon with his dearest, Martha.  George Washington answered the call...

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    Happy Thanksgiving

    CHARLOTTE - There is often debate about the purpose of Thanksgiving, but history is very clear on that subject.  Although there were recorded earlier...

    Tacora Creates Studios Is The Photography Experience You Deserve

    CHARLOTTE - Tacora Woods is Mint Hill’s up and coming favorite local photographer. Her business, Tacora Creates Studios, is ready to meet every artistic...

    It’s Cold

    CHARLOTTE - Massage during the cool weather offers a great way to manage your health. I admit I love the beauty of the leaves...

    Tired of Your Dry Mouth? Here Are Some Ways to Manage it

    MINT HILL, NC - Dry mouth, or “xerostomia”, is one of the most common problems in the oral cavity. According to the American Dental...

    A Weekly Focus on Local Business and our Chamber of Commerce

    Up Next: •Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Mint Hill Flower Market Thursday November 18th, 5-7pm 7717 Matthews-Mint Hill Road, 28227 •Coffee Connections Friday December 3rd, 8-9am Chamber Office •Mint Hill Christmas Tree Lighting &...

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    Tacora Creates Studios Is The Photography Experience You Deserve

    CHARLOTTE - Tacora Woods is Mint Hill’s up and coming favorite local photographer. Her business, Tacora Creates Studios, is ready to meet every artistic...

    Mama K’s: More Than Kettle Corn

    MINT HILL, NC - When Debbie Carver was laid off from a corporate job in 2018, her kids had the idea to help her...

    Shop Local This Holiday Season!

    MINT HILL, NC - “Shop Local” has become a common refrain during the holidays.  But what does it mean to shop local, and why...

    The Gift Of Flowers, Friendship, And Community

    MINT HILL, NC - Flowers hold a special place in everyone's life at some point. They have a presence in times of sorrow, happiness,...

    Mint Hill Area Veterans Receive Coveted Quilt Of Valor Awards

    MINT HILL, NC - Nine local veterans received quilts at Veterans Memorial Park on Saturday, November 13 in Mint Hill. Old Glory Quilters and...