The Youth Epidemic in Automotive Repair, Part I

Having your car serviced is a routine you likely are as used to as getting groceries. Every few thousand miles, you're changing oil, having...

Three Things to Check on Your Car This Winter

The three most common repair jobs we see in the winter are heater issues, tire problems, and no-starts. An expense you'd likely want to...

Why Pre-Purchase Inspections are so Important

In the market for a new-to-you car? Awesome! The used car market is a great place to find hidden gems, vehicles coming off a...

Keeping an Eye Out for Black Ice

As we enter yet another rainy December, you may be thinking about safety on the roads. Black ice should likely be on the top...

When is it Worth it to Trade In?

Car repairs are, to say the least, everyone's least favorite thing. Nobody wants to spend on unexpected car repair bills... or even expected ones...

Our 13th Annual Toy Drive is On!

Once again, the “holiday season” has begun. Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas, New Year’s… all coming in rapid fire. For many, this means a time...

Are Your College Kids Doing Their Maintenance?

Your kids are coming back from college in a few weeks. Hooray! Another (hopefully) great semester is almost done for them. You've been calling...

Did You Check Your Washer Fluid?

Last week, we had our first day of this winter in the low 20s. As many tenured Carolinians can tell you, once we hit...

Now is the Time to Flush Your Coolant!

As we start heading into the cold, coolant flushes are an important job you may want to consider. Coolant does a few things for...

Two Quick Checkups for the Colder Months

Now that Halloween is officially over and the holiday season has begun, you may have a lot of travel coming up. Perhaps you're going...

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Memorial Day Honoring Local WWII Veteran Bill Quinn

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Memorial Day Honoring Local WWII Veteran Bill Quinn

MINT HILL, NC - Corporal Bill Quinn in the United States Army was attached to the 81st Chemical Mortar Battalion in General George Patton's...
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Mint Hill’s Retailers Adjust to Better Serve Clients

MINT HILL, NC - On Tuesday, May 5, Governor Cooper signed Executive Order No. 138.  Effective as of 5:00 pm on Friday, May 8,...

Mint Hill Farmer’s Market Season Opening A Success

MINT HILL, NC - Saturday, May 16th was opening day for the Mint Hill Farmer’s Market! “We had a lot of great people stopping by,...

Independence Air Force JROTC Earns Distinguished Unit Award

MINT HILL, NC - The NC-022 Air Force JROTC program at Independence High School was recently selected as one of the 387 units at...

Bain Elementary Honors Teachers with Neighborhood Parade

MINT HILL, NC - To honor teachers, and all of their hard work, during Teacher Appreciation Week, Bain Elementary School held a teacher parade...
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