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Monthly Archives: April 2011

New ‘mohawk’ brings local hairstylist national acclaim

New ‘mohawk’ brings local hairstylist national acclaim

by Alan Hodge Hairstylist Tameka Warren says her job with Sport Clips Haircuts, 9821 Northlake Centre Parkway, gives her the freedom to excel, and the fact that she recently won… Read more »

Rare mouse found at Cowan’s Ford Wildlife reserve

Rare mouse found at Cowan’s Ford Wildlife reserve

Biology student Rob Gilson’s got a chance to see something at Cowan’s Ford Wildlife Refuge that hadn’t been spotted in this area in more than 40 years: a mouse. An… Read more »

Linear Park bid approved

Linear Park bid approved

The Mount Holly City Council approved March 28 the hiring of Bell Construction to build the Linear Park that will connect from downtown to the Mount Holly Municipal Complex on… Read more »

City seeking grant money

City seeking grant money

MOUNT HOLLY – Mount Holly is moving forward to be designated as a Playful City USA. KaBOOM, a nonprofit organization, hands out the national designation to cities and towns that… Read more »

Rain garden likely for Tuckaseege Park

Rain garden likely for Tuckaseege Park

Tuckseege Park could be getting a rain garden. On Monday, March 28, Parks and Recreation Director Ed Smith asked the council to approve the rain garden in an area between… Read more »

Historical Society finds new home

Historical Society finds new home

The Mount Holly Historical Society now has a permanent place to call home. The City of Mount Holly has agreed let the society use the first floor of the old… Read more »

Public housing contract renewed

Public housing contract renewed

The Mount Holly City Council approved a one-year contract with Statesville Housing Authority to manage the city’s two public housing sites, Holly Hills and Rollins apartment complexes, on March 14…. Read more »

Public hearing rescheduled

Public hearing rescheduled

A public hearing regarding changing the mayor’s term from a two-year limit to four-year limit has been postponed to 7 p.m. April 11 at the Mount Holly Municipal Complex. The… Read more »

Presbyterian to host health fair

Presbyterian to host health fair

Presbyterian Healthcare will host a Health Fair April 16 at Cook’s Memorial Presbyterian Church, 3413 Mt. Holly-Huntersville Rd. The 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. fair will feature health screenings, information… Read more »

City leaders debate merit-based pay raises

City leaders debate merit-based pay raises

by Alan Hodge Mount Holly leaders are considering hiring three new firefighters, among other positions, as the city starts looking toward the 2011-12 fiscal budget. Everything was up for discussion… Read more »