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Bridge far enough helped seal deal for jet engine plant

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

GOOD JOB!/NEEDS WORK ... Jet engine plant comes in for a landing

Good job! Matt Matteson chronicled in detail in the Jan. 6 issue how industry recruiters from across the region, the North Carolina Commerce Department and Biltmore Farms owner Jack Cecil combined forces to land the Pratt & Whitney advanced manufacturing plant — a $650 million investment that will result in a 1-million-square-foot plant and 800 jobs paying $68,000 a year.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

MLK Unity Celebration goes virtual this year

The 2021 Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Celebration will be held virtually this year and made available to watch after 9 a.m. on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the MLK Unity Breakfast Committee announced.   Read Story »

North Carolina News

Problems slow rollout of Covid vaccine across state

In the four weeks since a Charlotte doctor became the first in the state to receive a shot of Covid-19 vaccine, federal officials have shipped nearly 1 million doses of the drugs to North Carolina hospitals, long-term care facilities and public health officials.   Read Story »

Blair Myhand starts at Hendersonville police chief on Feb. 15.

Hendersonville News

City names new police chief

Hendersonville City Manager John Connet announced his selection for Hendersonville’s Chief of Police Friday morning.   Read Story »

Steven DeWayne Tucker

Henderson County News

Law officers capture man after standoff

Henderson County sheriff's deputies and U.S. marshals captured a 45-year-old Terry's Gap Road man Thursday night after he tried to flee from the home where he had barricaded himself.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

Four Seasons Politics

GOOD JOB!/NEEDS WORK ... Jet engine plant comes in for a landing

Sen. Edwards is 'incredibly concerned' about Cawthorn's conduct

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Community News


Pardee announces broad partnership for next vaccination phase

City native launches food box delivery business

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Henderson County News

Although county lowers eligible age to 65, vaccine appointments are on hold

All individuals 65 and older are now eligible to receive a Covid-19 vaccination in Henderson County, although the county does not currently enough vaccines on hand to cover the expanded eligibility group.   Read Story »

Sarah Grymes

Hendersonville Business

Grymes joins Dogwood Trust to promote affordable housing

Sarah Grymes, an experienced housing development expert with a strong financial background, joined Dogwood Health Trust last week as vice president of Impact for Housing.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

City identifies victim of retaining wall collapse

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Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning

Contractor had no permit for retaining wall job, county says

One dead, three injured in retaining wall collapse

Sen. Edwards is 'incredibly concerned' about Cawthorn's conduct

Hendersonville man faces multiple sexual exploitation charges

Signup opens for Covid shots for those 75 and older

School Board waives 2.0 minimum GPA for sports eligibility

County health department is dropping Covid-19 updates