Chaplain Albert Leath

COFFEE WITH A COP

The first Tuesday of each month can only mean one thing: Coffee With a Cop. However, this time it was more like crepes with a...
Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce Tenth Anniversary Celebration

Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce celebrates its 10th year as a Chamber this month. Dozens of businesses came out to celebrate at the Olde Sycamore...

Options for Disabled Voters in NC

One of the fundamental and most important privileges that we are given under the Constitution of the United States is our right to vote....

Change is Coming

Reverend Dr. Larry Whitley of Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church in Matthews has a vision, which he shared on October 27. In the light...

Seasons Greetings – We can say it!

Season’s Greetings! You know, we can now officially use that term starting October 31st! Any more, life goes so fast that if we don’t...
Michael Smith

Meet Queen’s Grant High School’s Principal Michael Smith

Once upon a time, Queen’s Grant High School Principal Michael Smith wanted to be a professional football player. “I liked the Browns when I...

Meet Queen’s Grant Community School’s Principal Krista Tolchin

Queen’s Grant Community School Principal Krista Tolchin was born and raised in Benton Harbor, MI. Tolchin came from humble beginnings; her mother was a...

A step forward for breast cancer surgery

Area Novant Health medical centers are the first in the state to offer a new approach in breast cancer surgery, reducing wait times and...
Corvettes on display

Queen City Corvette Club Annual Charity Car Show

The Queen City Corvette Club, established in 1968 and has over 321 active members, hosted its 5th Annual Chevy Charity Car Show on October...

Get Out and Vote

Early Voting Started Thursday October 20th, and runs until November 5th. For the first week, the following 10 sites will be open. On weekdays, they’ll be...

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5 key facts around the 2019-2020 flu season

Now’s the best time to get vaccinated By Cliff Mehrtens This flu season has the potential to be fierce, based on early reports from the other...

Nominations for the Second Annual Tina Ross Leadership Award Have Begun

The Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that nominations for the Second Annual Tina Ross Business Leadership Award are being accepted...

Independence downed at home by Hickory Ridge

Hickory Ridge’s four first half touchdowns turned out to be enough offense for the Ragin’ Bulls as they took a 42-6 road win over...

Mint Hill Historical Society breaks ground for village barn

Recently the Mint Hill Historical Society broke and cleared the ground to begin the process of building the long awaited village barn. This process has...

Thinking About Selling Early Next Year? Here is Your To-Do List to Get Your...

Thinking About Selling Early Next Year? Here is Your To-Do List to Get Your Home Ready for the Market! Selling your Mint Hill real estate...

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Nominations for the Second Annual Tina Ross Leadership Award Have Begun

The Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that nominations for the Second Annual Tina Ross Business Leadership Award are being accepted...

Mint Hill Historical Society breaks ground for village barn

Recently the Mint Hill Historical Society broke and cleared the ground to begin the process of building the long awaited village barn. This process has...

Carillon presents Servant’s Heart with enormous donation

Carillon Assisted Living of Mint Hill presented a donation of $500.00 to Servant’s Heart of Mint Hill following Antiques Extravaganza, a fundraising event which...

Featured Player of the Week

Independence Patriots Quarterback, Arnold Taylor This was a very challenging week to make a decision on which area player to feature based on the performance...

Ravens lose to Butler in overtime at the Dawg Pound 14-7

The Rocky River Ravens played a defensive battle against the Butler Bulldogs this past Friday night under the lights on a hot and humid...