Category Archives: Your Hometown
At the town hall meeting on Tuesday, Midland town council voted to continue the public comment session on the sewer capital recovery fee until the following Tuesday, August 19, at 7 pm. Originally, plans were to meet at New Horizons … Continue reading
By Leah Schmalz At the July 21 Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners meeting, many citizens voiced their disapproval of the budget cuts passed in June in a public comment session that lasted nearly two hours. Among the speakers were Mayor … Continue reading
By Natalie Lloyd Tammy Albertson has taken the lead as the new executive director of the Stanly County Partnership for Children. Albertson transitioned into the director’s role July 1 following Barbara Whitley’s retirement at the end of June.
By Leah Schmalz At the town hall meeting last Thursday, Stanfield Town Administrator Bob Harvey presented a list of accomplished projects from the previous fiscal year, as well as a list of goals for the new fiscal year.
By Leah Schmalz Midland residents connected to sewer are raising concerns over an $8.50 fee that will be added to their bills each month as part of the capital recovery program. The news came in a letter residents received on … Continue reading
By Leah Schmalz The Charlotte Color Festival looks to spread uplifting feelings and usher away worry this Saturday at Oaks Events in Midland. A national event held at cities across the country and the world’s largest color festival, it features … Continue reading
By Natalie Lloyd Mark Alberghini has recently joined The Weekly Post and Mint Hill Times staff as the advertising sales representative. Originally from Lake Lure, N.C., Alberghini lived in Charlotte for a time before moving to Stanfield in 1990. During … Continue reading
By Natalie Lloyd In April 2012, Jeff and Paula Fox lost their 23-year-old daughter, Jami Pless, to a car accident. Out of their tragedy, they are now reaching out to make a difference for other families who have experienced the death … Continue reading
By Leah Schmalz Stanly County Commissioner Peter Asciutto is recovering at home from bypass surgery to repair five blocked arteries on June 26. Asciutto was running when he passed out. “I was just lucky the guy behind me stopped,” he … Continue reading