Mullis Children

Historic Bain Restoration Estate Sale

There was a buzz last weekend at the old Mullis home place on Wilgrove-Mint Hill Road. The five Mullis children held an estate sale with...
John Ellis

On Veteran’s Day, look toward the flag

Prominent symbols often hold such a constant presence in daily life that their history can be overlooked, but Veteran’s Day stands as the perfect...
The Dad Blanket

Veterans Day 2016: Remembering the Past, Celebrating the Present

This week is a special time of remembrance and celebration. Veterans Day 2016 is the 78th since it became a national holiday in 1938....
Mayor Biggers

A Conversation with Citizen Mayor Ted Biggers of Mint Hill

The MHT conducted an interview with Mayor Ted Biggers recently to obtain more insight into a man who has served as the Mayor of...
School PTA

Lebanon Road Elementary’s PTA Board Seeks Volunteers

Lebanon Road’s PTA fell on hard times and bad press in 2015 when then-PTA president Christina Sawyer was accused of embezzling PTA funds for...
Cold and Flu Season is here

T’is the season: cold and flu

Lurking around the corner, as eager as department store holiday decorations but not nearly as innocent, stand this season’s cold and flu viruses. While cold...
Police Explorers

EXPLORERS: LEARNING THE ROPES BEFORE WEARING THE BADGE

Calling all young, prospective police officers! There's a way you can participate in many police activities to see if a career in law enforcement...
Veterans Day

Why is Veterans Day Important?

Veterans Day is an official Federal Holiday created to celebrate the service of all U.S. Military Veterans. Observed annually on November 11th, Veterans Day...
volunteers helping at a thank you BBQ for the police

MINT HILL POLICE VOLUNTEERS: Service and serving

You see them everywhere: doing data entry at the police department, manning a booth at Mint Hill Madness, setting up the radar machine where...
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...

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Lady Patriots win by 45 over Lady Spiders

The Independence women’s basketball team put up big numbers in all four quarters en-route to a 81-36 non-conference road win Wednesday at Concord High...

Strong second half lifts Lady Patriots to win

On Monday night the Independence women’s basketball team continued the program’s strongest start to a season in recent history with a 61-46 win over...

Lady Patriots hold off Hickory Ridge 47-42

The Independence women’s basketball team won 47-42 in its conference opener Friday night at Independence High School.  The victory was the Lady Patriots’ first...

Patriots bounce back with win over Hickory Ridge

The Independence men’s basketball team responded to a three game losing skid by scoring early and often in a game where they never trailed...

Mint Hill residents shopped local Dec. 14th at the 2nd Annual Pop Up Christmas...

With overcast skies and festive music in the air, Mint Hill shoppers came out to support local businesses at the 2nd Annual Pop-Up Christmas...

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Mint Hill residents shopped local Dec. 14th at the 2nd Annual Pop Up Christmas...

With overcast skies and festive music in the air, Mint Hill shoppers came out to support local businesses at the 2nd Annual Pop-Up Christmas...

Changing of the Guard

New Mayor & Commissioners take oath of office. All Photos by Paul Imirie

Butler defeats Rocky River at Dawg Pound 62-52

The Butler Bulldogs who have a young basketball team this season led the vast majority of the basketball game with one exception during the...

Shop Local: Best last-minute holiday gifts for under $20

It’s December 18.  T minus one week until Christmas morning.  The Mint Hill Christmas Pop-Up Shop has come and gone.  Mint Hill Historical Society’s...