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City seeks ideas for Fifth Avenue East sidewalk mural

The city of Hendersonville is inviting residents to submit concepts and ideas for a sidewalk mural on Fifth Avenue East to brighten up a pedestrian link between Main Street and the resurgent Historic Seventh Avenue District.   Read Story »

An organizer offers anti-rezoning cards as homeowners file into Bo Thomas Auditorium.

Henderson County Your Town

Zoning board delays action on Crab Creek storage units

The Henderson County Zoning Board of Adjustment delayed acting on an application to allow a  mini-storage unit development on Crab Creek Road Wednesday night after a 4½-hour hearing ran up against the board chairman’s time deadline.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

School Board, commissioners mull options to fix HHS stadium, track

Coaches and scouts sometimes say that a gifted running back runs downhill.   Read Story »

Hendersonville News

Underground Bakery reopens after extensive renovation

Underground Baking Co is reopening for the first time since spring of 2020 with a fresh new look and feel.   Read Story »

Fletcher Town Council member Preston Blakely filed to run for mayor.

Saluda Four Seasons Politics

Blakely to run for Fletcher mayor as Whiteside bows out

Preston Blakely, who won a seat on the Fletcher Town Council two years ago at age 25, filed to run for mayor on Monday as incumbent Rod Whiteside confirmed he is retiring from the job after one term.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

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Blakely to run for Fletcher mayor as Whiteside bows out

Edwards says poll validates need to end emergency jobless benefits

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City seeks ideas for Fifth Avenue East sidewalk mural

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Henderson County Your Town

Education Foundation welcomes four new board members

Four new members have joined Board of Directors of the Henderson County Education Foundation.   Read Story »

North Carolina Four Seasons Politics

Edwards says poll validates need to end emergency jobless benefits

Nearly 2 million Americans have turned down jobs because the unemployment benefits are too lucrative — a poll finding  Republican leaders cite as they push a bill to curtail emergency pandemic benefits.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Community Foundation announces $187,600 worth of grants

The Community Foundation of Henderson County has awarded $182,600 from their Community Grants cycle to nine area organizations and projects in recent weeks, the foundation announced.   Read Story »

Carl Sandburg home resumes goat visits

Local students advance to nationals in history contest

TV legends reopen Playhouse with 'Two Jews, Talking'

County hosts pesticide collection day next week

Tenor to perform in 'Accent on Youth' concert series

Block Party on Main features country stars

GOOD JOB! NEEDS WORK ... Diverse ballot, HCA retreat, top SRO

Medical leaders denounce misinformation on Covid vaccine