Wayback Burgers Ribbon Cutting Event a Success

Wayback Burgers which opened recently and was featured in The Mint Hill Times two weeks ago had their official ribbon cutting ceremony this past...

Mint Hill Arts Eleventh Annual Student Art Show

Mint Hill Arts is pleased to announce its Eleventh Annual Student Art Show to be held March 1 – 28, 2019.  The show is...

Hunger Walk to fight local hunger and poverty

INDIAN TRAIL– Preparations are underway for local nonprofit Common Heart’s 2nd annual Hunger Walk fundraiser set for Sunday, March 3 at Crooked Creek Park...

Tank Town: A Good Place to Live

The Matthews Heritage Museum is pleased to announce that it will open a groundbreaking exhibit on Tank Town: A Good Place to Live on...

“Writing and Illustrating a Spiritually Inspired Child’s Book” is the February Program at Mint...

The current exhibit at Mint Hill Arts, “There is Healing in a Story: An Invitation to Spiritual Art” by Jennifer McCormick, is co-sponsored by...

Mint Hill Town Hall Exhibit “Impressions and Expressions” by artist Minda Searcy

The upcoming exhibit at the Mint Hill Town Hall Gallery features the art of Minda Searcy and is titled, “Impressions and Expressions.”  Minda grew...

The Mint Hill Town Hall quarterly exhibit

The ongoing fourth quarter exhibit at the Mint Hill Town Hall features “Art by the Teachers at Mint Hill Arts.”  The work varies by...

7th Annual Ann and Bill Litaker Exhibit

Mint Hill Arts is proud to present its 7th Annual Ann and Bill Litaker Exhibit, dedicated to longtime members Ann and Bill Litaker.  Bill...

Mint Hill Christmas Light Contest to Honor Tina Ross

The 2nd annual Christmas Lights in Mint Hill contest will honor the late Tina Ross this year. “Tina helped me come up with this...

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Mint Hill bounces back with 10-4 win over Pineville in Legion match-up

The Mint Hill senior baseball club picked up a much needed win on Friday night when they jumped on Pineville early and kept adding...

Michael Smith Retires from Queens Grant High School

The board, faculty, administration and friends of Michael Smith enjoyed a retirement party at the Pine Lake Country Club on Saturday June 8th. Mr. Smith,...

Hate speech crackdown on Facebook

Algorithms are attempting to target possible hate speech, especially on Facebook and will remove posts suspected to contain hate speech. Users who have a post...

Radiology manager honors brother’s memory in fight with breast cancer

By Josh Jarman Siblings prove to be 'more than conquerors.' For better or worse, it is often our families that help determine the direction we take in...

The Gift Workshop–Celebrating Life’s Moments

There is no greater gift in life than family. At The Gift Workshop in Mint Hill, family connections are one of its core values....

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Michael Smith Retires from Queens Grant High School

The board, faculty, administration and friends of Michael Smith enjoyed a retirement party at the Pine Lake Country Club on Saturday June 8th. Mr. Smith,...

The Gift Workshop–Celebrating Life’s Moments

There is no greater gift in life than family. At The Gift Workshop in Mint Hill, family connections are one of its core values....

Welcome Summer: Top 5 Ideas for Enjoying Your Vacation “Unplugged”

For all the talk about teenagers needing to “unplug,” sometimes adults have a hard time putting down the electronics, too. That’s why summer is...

Legion Act Passed By U.S. Senate

The Senate did some work recently unanimously passing a bipartisan bill named the Legion Act on June 11th. The bill will expand membership eligibility...

Adopt-a-Dad at Mint Hill Senior Living

On Thursday, June 14, Mint Hill children and adults gathered at Mint Hill Senior Living to “Adopt-a-Dad.” Like many of the programs spearheaded by Bonnie...