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Mills River News

Schoolhouse Road closed Tuesday for water line work

MILLS RIVER — Hendersonville’s Water and Sewer Department will close Schoolhouse Road between Banner Farm Road and Ladson Road from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday for water line construction.   Read Story »

Flat Rock Mayor Bob Staton looks on as Fletcher Councilman Bob Davy studies filing forms.

Saluda Four Seasons Politics

Filing opens for town elections

Two mayors, two town council members and a newcomer were the first five candidates to sign up for office on Monday morning when filing opened for the 2015 municipal elections in Henderson County.   Read Story »

Kathryn McConnell

Henderson County News

Blue Ridge clinic hires fundraising director

Blue Ridge Community Health Services has named Kathryn McConnell director of philanthropy.   Read Story »

Hendersonville Sister Cities will present ‘The Mysteries of Cuba’ on July 9 at the Henderson County Public Library.

Henderson County News

LOCAL BRIEFS: History winners, shooting star, Sunday Savings Club

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Henderson County News

Acclaimed musicians kick off Songcatchers in forest

PISGAH FOREST — Acclaimed musicians Laura Boosinger and Josh Goforth will open the annual Songcatchers Music Series Cradle of Forestry in America’s at 4 p.m. on Sunday.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

Four Seasons Politics


Filing opens for town elections

Crowd cheers Meadows for bucking Boehner

Huckabee, Meadows coming to Harry's & Piggy's

In stunning reversal, Meadows gets gavel back

Commissioners replace TDA chair

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Henderson County News

Ministers set Awake WNC revival July 17-19

The public is invited to join area pastors, ministry leaders and intercessors July 17-19 at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium in Asheville in seeking spiritual awakening in Western North Carolina.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

TDA support boosts trail momentum

Friends of Ecusta Trail board member Chris Burns thanked the Henderson County Tourism Development Authority last week for its decision to allocate a half-cent of the county’s 5-cent occupancy tax, which will total roughly $70,000, to support the proposed Ecusta Trail.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Selee acquisition, Pardee finances, United Way adds staffers

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Atkinson hires new principal

County, towns show off for Bloom round 2

‘Developer’s dream’ on the market

Mills River again grills AVL exec on drainage

Cub Scout camp is for the birds… and BBs

Pardee to spend $1 million on new parking lot

WEEKEND TIPOFF: Celebrate the Fourth at home or away

Mills River again rips higher priced sheriff's contract