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Jen Shaw

A Less Taxing 2019

Talking about tax season in January may seem a bit early, but there’s never a better time to start organizing your receipts so next...
Superbowl Prep

Get Ready for Some Football

With the big game right around the corner, you might be thinking of throwing a party. I thought I’d give you some fun and...
Purse organization

In Purse-uit of Happiness

Not every organizing tip needs to involve a major overhaul. Sometimes, doing something little can simply make your day go a little smoother. For...
Tax Season

A Less Taxing 2017

Talking about tax season in January may seem a bit early, but there’s never a better time to start organizing your receipts so next...
Accessorize

A Little Accessorizing Goes a Long Way

If some of your resolutions revolve around looking better saving money, there are things you already own that can make a world of difference...
New Year New You

Organizing Your Way to a New Year. New You.

If you’re like many people, you start the year with a resolution to lose weight, eat better and to try and try to be...
Organize

Making Room for the New

New clothes, new toys, new knickknacks, new appliances… Gifts are a big part of Christmas and all the wonderful new things you get also...
Wrapped Presents

Wrapping it Up

One of the things that makes the holidays so special is the way the presents look under the tree. For some wrapping gifts is...
Holiday Decorating

Holiday Decorating Made Easy

We all a beautifully decorated home during the holidays but decorations can get pricy. Here are a few easy ideas that can make your...
Decorations

Holiday Decorating Made Easy

Decorating your home for the holidays is one of the things that makes this time of year so special. But if you don’t have...

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Family fun around town

Thursday, February 14 Valentine’s Day Family Story Time will be held at 11:15 a.m. at the Mint Hill Library. Saturday, February 16 In honor of Black History Month,...

Here’s why you don’t want your child using e-cigarettes

1 in 5 high school students and 1 in 20 middle school students currently use e-cigarettes By Kristen Barnhardt As e-cigarette use among teens hits epidemic proportions,...

Make a List

Social media, especially Facebook can be taxing on our mental health. One way to reduce that is by using the lists feature. Both Facebook and Twitter...

Mint Hill Police Department receives recognition award

A first year recognition award was presented to Chief Tim W. Ledford of the Mint Hill Police Department. The award was presented by Dale...

Local High School Basketball Roundup

Independence Patriots fall to Bulldogs at home 54-52.  The Patriots lost a tough basketball game on their home court on Tuesday night.  They defeated...

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Clear Cut Direction helps teen and tween girls to reach their potential

“Clear Cut Direction: Helping you grow.”  This is the name and mission of Mint Hill Mom Lea Oglesby’s teen and tween life coaching business. Oglesby’s...

Queen’s Grant Latin students eat like Romans

At the beginning of February, Queen’s Grant Latin teacher Ben Henkel undertook an unexpected lesson with his Latin students: they made fresh pasta together. If...

6 Tips from Doctors for a Healthier Heart

(StatePoint) February is American Heart Month, and an excellent reminder that there are many easy steps you can take to improve your heart health. Unfortunately,...

Matthews American Legion Post 235 Hosts Spaghetti Dinner

Matthews American Legion Post 235 hosted their first Spaghetti Dinner recently at the Masonic Lodge located in downtown Matthews.  The Post membership of veterans...

Wayback Burgers open in Mint Hill

On Friday, February 1, Wayback Burgers officially opened its doors to Mint Hill! The “fast casual” burger joint located in the new strip mall between...