MATTHEWS – Town leaders are interested in refreshing the Matthews Visitor Center.
MATTHEWS – The Matthews Board of Commissioners is keeping the public hearing open for the 2022-23 fiscal year budget after a resident raised concerns about the timely release of financial documents.
MATTHEWS – Commissioner Mark Tofano fought back tears as he talked about the 81,000-plus men and women whose bodies have not been found since World War II.
The Mecklenburg County Health Department inspected these restaurants from May 11 to 18:
Scrolling through TikTok lately, I am under the impression that aliens are ready to land their spacecrafts pretty soon and do some exploring of Earth. We’re preparing a special edition in case Matthews or Mint Hill residents are approached by the lizard people.
MINT HILL – Town Manager Brian Welch is recommending a 2023-24 fiscal year budget that lowers the tax rate to 22.5 cents per $100 valuation with no change in the $10 vehicle fee.
MINT HILL – The Town of Mint Hill is rolling out a new online system and fees to make reservations for parks and recreation amenities, town hall meeting rooms and special events.
MINT HILL – David Griffin has approached the town about developing a 3.75-acre lot into a storage yard that could hold RVs, boats, trailers and other large vehicles.
The Mecklenburg County Health Department inspected these restaurants from May 4 to 10:
MATTHEWS – Town Manager Becky Hawke told Matthews commissioners May 8 that staff has pushed and pulled on some budget lines to help decrease the proposed tax rate for fiscal year 2023-24 to 26.65 cents per $100.
MATTHEWS – Town Manager Becky Hawke will present her recommended budget for the 2023-24 fiscal year during a special commissioners meeting at 5:30 p.m. May 8 at town hall.
The Mecklenburg County Health Department inspected these restaurants from April 28 to May 3:
MINT HILL – Big Guy’s Pizza won Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly’s Munch Madness: Road to the Final Fork.
MATTHEWS – The Town of Matthews is working on a solution that would allow Carolina Beer Temple to welcome back food trucks.
MATTHEWS – Shanelle Tomlin was hired from a candidate pool of 125 applicants for the role of assistant human resources for the Town of Matthews, according to HR Director Tonya McGovern.
MATTHEWS – Four semi-finalists competing in the 2023 Playwrights' Festival will adapt their scripts into 20-minute previews for a staged reading May 27 in front of a panel of local theater professionals.
Big Guy’s Pizza and Mario’s Italian Restaurant have reached the championship round of Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly’s Munch Madness: Road to the Final Fork.
The Mecklenburg County Health Department inspected these restaurants from April 21 to 27:
MINT HILL – Blessed Assurance Adult Day Care held its 11th annual charity golf tournament April 20 at Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation.
MATTHEWS – Town Manager Becky Hawke provided commissioners with a preview of the proposed 2023-24 annual budget during their April 21 planning conference, which included information on how the Mecklenburg County revaluation may influence the tax rate in Matthews.
MATTHEWS – Town leaders are working with ColeJenest & Stone to create a comprehensive plan for Matthews that will guide future growth.
MATTHEWS – Transportation is the biggest issue facing Matthews, according to representatives from ColeJenest & Stone.
The Matthews Board of Commissioners will talk about issues on April 24 related to trash pickup, traffic safety officers and making Renfrow commercial properties a local landmark.
MATTHEWS – The Matthews Board of Commissioners will meet April 21 at Matthews Town Hall for its annual planning conference.
The Mecklenburg County Health Department inspected these restaurants from April 14 to 20:
Four restaurants remain in Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly’s Munch Madness: Road to the Final Fork.
MATTHEWS – Rattle and Hum, a U2 tribute band, will kick off this year's Beats ‘n Bites Series this spring and summer in Stumptown Park.
Matthews may become home to an advanced manufacturing campus that attracts national and international companies in the aerospace, defense, electronics and robotics industries.
CHARLOTTE – Medic has adjusted its response to some 911 calls to ensure the agency can rapidly and safely transport Mecklenburg County patients to hospitals.
Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly’s Road to the Final Fork has reached the Edible Eight after a third-round of reader voting.
The Mecklenburg County Health Department inspected these restaurants from April 7 to 13:
MINT HILL – Mint Hill commissioners will convene April 13 to discuss Medic’s response to emergencies, improvements to the intersection of N.C. 51 and Palomino Drive, and a request to add a new building on Morris Park Drive.
RALEIGH – The three most-trusted social institutions in North Carolina are the military, the police and small business. Make of that what you will. I made the following column.
MATTHEWS – Matthews Mayor John Higdon remembers working one summer at Family Dollar when he was 19 or 20 years old. Higdon was amazed when CEO Leon Levine approached and introduced himself.
MATTHEWS – Town leaders are willing to dump Republic Services for Waste Pro when it comes time to sign a new solid waste contract.
MATTHEWS – Jeffrey Elam, homeowner services manager for Greater Matthews Habitat for Humanity, was happy to present Lissa and her family with a Bible and ceremonial keys to their new home April 6 on Weddington Road.
MATTHEWS – The Town of Matthews announced details about the upcoming Festival of India festival on April 29.
MATTHEWS – Matthews commissioners will consider April 10 town staff’s recommendation to end its current solid waste relationship with Republic Services to contract with Waste Pro.
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