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Cypress Cellar, the Southern Louisiana restaurant that has been serving jambalaya, crawfish etouffee and gumbo below Main Street for 18 years, is closing next week. Read Story »
ASHEVILLE —Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer fastened a pin depicting the Henderson County Historic Courthouse on her lapel "right over my Asheville pin," a symbolic gesture that could signal the end of a bitter 20-year dispute between the city and Henderson County over a controversial water rights swap. Read Story »
FLAT ROCK — Flat Rock residents and others marked the completion of a 1.3-mile walking trail and heard about the next park improvements during an Earth Day celebration of the new park. Read Story »
County Commission Dct. 4: Should county contribute to the Flat Rock Playhouse?
County Commission: Who should pay for a new Fletcher library?
County Commission: Do you support the Ecusta Trail?
County Commission: Do you support a teacher pay raise?
Register of Deeds forum is a sedate affair
Gene Carman and Ed Nielsen will discuss their book "Assault at Avignon, Eleven Days Running" at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 26, in the courtroom of the Historic Courthouse on Main Street. Read Story »
Dr. Jerry E. McGee, who led Wingate University's creation of a Hendersonville campus and was a key figure in the multi-party agreement to build a large health sciences building here, announced today his retirement as the college's president in May 2015. Read Story »
Ken Grossman, founder and president of Sierra Nevada Brewing Company and author of Beyond the Pale, and novelist Cassandra King, author of the Highlands, N.C.-set Moonrise and four other Southern novels, headline the sixth annual Blue Ridge Bookfest at Blue Ridge Community College on Friday and Saturday. Read Story »
Mary Jo Padgett, a co-founder and past executive director of ECO, has been hired as interim executive director of the organization. Read Story »
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