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How wide will Ecusta Trail be and when will construction start?

Henderson County Business

Decimated by Covid economy, Miller grew 'really tired of this'

Jeff Miller had a pithy response when asked about his decision to close Miller’s Fine Dry Cleaning.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

No charges in Christmas Day shooting death of 3-year-old, D.A. says

The Christmas Day shooting death of 3-year-old Aylee Gordon was a "catastrophic accident" resulting from the improper storage of a loaded gun in a pickup truck, not the result of criminal negligence under the law, District  Attorney Andrew Murray announced on Tuesday.   Read Story »

Hendersonville Business

Miller's Dry Cleaning closing after 107 years

Miller’s Fine Dry Cleaning, a local mainstay for over 107 years, will officially cease operations on King Street on Saturday, Aug. 20, the company announced.   Read Story »

Hendersonville Your Town

HHS class of '23 makes its Senior Steps mark

It’s tradition at Hendersonville High School for rising seniors to make their lasting (yearlong) mark on the campus by painting the Senior Steps that lead from the front lawn to Bearcat Boulevard at Oakland Street.   Read Story »

Henderson County Business

Big fish in U.S. acquires biggest fish in WNC real estate

Allen Tate Realtors, in partnership with Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, has acquired Beverly-Hanks Realtors, the sprawling Asheville-based real estate brokerage that serves Western North Carolina.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

Four Seasons Politics

North Carolina a rare safe haven in the South for abortion — for now

County commits most of its ARP money; towns are slower to spend

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Community News

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HHS class of '23 makes its Senior Steps mark

Here's why we should celebrate farmers markets

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Henderson County News

Move more, junk food less to prevent Alzheimer's

With more than 6 million Americans and 180,000 North Carolinians living with Alzheimer's disease today, researchers are working tirelessly to advance science that will lead to earlier detection, preventions and additional new treatments for Alzheimer’s and all dementia.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Alexia Jones Helsley is guest speaker at Saluda Train Tales

SALUDA — Alexia Jones Helsley, historian, archivist and author, will be guest speaker at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, at Train Tales presented by the Saluda Historic Depot and Museum at the depot.   Read Story »

Kenny Barnwell accepts the United Community Bank Apple Grower of the Year Award in 2016.

Edneyville Business

Local farmer named Apple Grower of the Year in Eastern U.S.

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LIGHTNING EDITORIAL: Opp House winddown calls for strict oversight

Barbara Garrison, migrant health pioneer, dies at age 90

Fifth Avenue to be closed for parking deck work

County commits most of its ARP money; towns are slower to spend

North Carolina a rare safe haven in the South for abortion — for now

Hole in lakebed forces closure of pedestrian bridge to Sandburg home

County commits most of its ARP money; towns are slower to spend

TRACKING ARP: Hendersonville