Free Daily Headlines

The Front Page

Set your text size: A A A

Volunteer Spotlight: Bryan Byrd

'My heart is full after every delivery,' Beverly Burkle says of her Meals on Wheels volunteer job.

Henderson County News

Volunteer Spotlight: Beverly Burkle

Council On AgingBeverly Burkle   Read Story »

'Whatever they need, I’m happy to do,' Beth Couch says of her tasks at the Flat Rock Playhouse.

Henderson County News

Volunteer Spotlight: Beth Couch

Beth Couch Flat Rock Playhouse   Read Story »

Arthur Lebowitz with his wife, Rebecca, accepts the Blue Ridge Literacy Council’s Outstanding Volunteer Award.

Henderson County News

Volunteer Spotlight: Dr. Arthur Lebowitz

  Read Story »

The Flute Choir of the Community Band is made up of, front row from left, Mary Beth VanCleve, Linda Fantozzi and Marti Dushak, and, back from left, Jeremy Samsky, Terri McCormick, Andrea Haulk and Cindy Eastman.

Henderson County Your Town

Community Band returns on Dec. 5 to perform 'Sounds of the Season'

The Hendersonville Community Band is delighted to announce its return to the Concert Stage with “Sounds of the Season,” a collection of holiday music to warm your hearts, at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 5, in the Blue Ridge Conference Hall at Blue Ridge Community College.    Read Story »

North Carolina Four Seasons Politics

CawthWatch: More 'embarrassing ignorance' from 'appallingly ignorant young man'

When Carolina Journal first reported first-term U.S. Rep. Madison Cawthorn’s intention to abandon his current district next year to run in an adjacent one, CJ quoted Cawthorn as saying his decision was part of “a strategy to increase conservativism in North Carolina.”   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

Four Seasons Politics

CawthWatch: More 'embarrassing ignorance' from 'appallingly ignorant young man'

Performances added for Haire's reading of 'A Christmas Memory'

Read Stories

Community News

CommunityBand.jpg

Community Band returns on Dec. 5 to perform 'Sounds of the Season'

KIDS FROM HERE: Hendersonville student’s documentary wins national honor

Read Stories

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

Performances added for Haire's reading of 'A Christmas Memory'

Truman Capote’s story, "A Christmas Memory," will be presented as a one-man show by actor and theologian E.R. Haire Jr. at the Episcopal Church of St. John in the Wilderness. Due to high demand, two more performances have been added.   Read Story »

North Carolina Four Seasons Politics

Legislative delegation announces $292 million in WNC spending

Henderson County's legislative delegation is praising the newly adopted state budget for appropriating almost $300 million for Western North Carolina counties.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning

Don't miss this week's Lightning.   Read Story »

Tree lighting, Olde Fashioned Christmas, parade arrive soon

State revokes license of Shepherd funeral home

Horse Shoe man sentenced to up to 15½ years in prison for drug trafficking

Mills River Town Council OKs $75,000 for firefighter bonus pay

Mills River's Ryan Mitchell named regional Teacher of the Year

Citing Covid spike, School Board reinstates mask mandate through grade 6

'I shot them both,' 27-year-old charged with killing his father and uncle tells 911

Two shot dead in domestic violence in Flat Rock