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Feud escalates as county defunds city SROs

The Henderson County Board of Commissioners has scrapped an agreement that supported the cost of Hendersonville police as school resource officers at the four county schools in the city.   Read Story »


New group forms to advocate for bicycle safety

 A new advocacy group in Hendersonville, Bike.Walk.HVL, is hosting a launch event at Trailside Brewing Co., 873 Lenox Park Drive,  from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, May 23.   Read Story »


City theater serves up 'My Big Fat Italian Wedding Murder'

Hendersonville Theatre serves up a night of intrigue, laughter, and delicious Italian cuisine when it presents My Big Fat Italian Wedding Murder Saturday and Sunday.   Read Story »


Malfunctioning stoplights will default to all-red flashing lights, NCDOT announces

The N.C. Department of Transportation is implementing a change at intersections when a traffic signal malfunctions and defaults into a flashing mode.   Read Story »


Empty Bowls fundraiser for Flat Rock Backpack program is today

FLAT ROCK — Local ceramic artists will once again fire up their kilns for the seventh year to help hungry children in the greater Flat Rock area. On Sunday, May 19, “Empty Bowls,” a community meal benefiting the Flat Rock Backpack Program, takes place in the Parish Hall at the Episcopal Church of St. John in the Wilderness.   Read Story »

Phil and Julie Wilmot bought The Gallery at Flat Rock from founder Suzanne Camarata.

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Owner sells Gallery at Flat Rock

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Feud escalates as county defunds city SROs

GOP Men's Club censures party chair

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State Highway Patrol Trooper Taylor Frizzell, parking enforcement administrator Alexa Putnam of the Hendersonville police department, sheriff’s office budget administrator Anita Pace and Fletcher Patrol Officer Sydney Interlicchia received the Morris Kaplan Caring & Sharing Award from the Hendersonville Kiwanis Club on Thursday, May 9. The fifth winner, Laurel Park Patrol Officer Mathew Murray, was unable to attend.

Kiwanis Club honors law enforcement personnel

Health science teacher at WHHS is Teacher of the Year

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Pictured, from left, are Teresa Galloway (Hospitality Manager), Samson Middleton (Procurement), Tonya Ponder (Hospitality), Son King (Dietary Manager), and Maria Rich (Director of Dining Services) accepted the LeadingAge North Carolina’s Service Excellence Award on May 7 at the annual conference.


Carolina Village team recognized for opening five new dining venues

The Dining Services team at Carolina Village, which opened five new dining venues in the span of a year, has been selected as the recipient of LeadingAge North Carolina’s 2024 Service Excellence award.   Read Story »


School system honors career-tech scholars

The 26th Career & Technical Education Scholars Reception sponsored by Pardee UNC Health Care recognized 97 graduating CTE students Monday, for their academic mastery in Career & Technical Education courses.   Read Story »


Historian, author to speak at Saluda Train Tales

SALUDA — Thomas D. “Tom” Perry, the author of more than 30 books on regional history and the Civil War, will be guest speaker at Saluda Train Tales at 7 p.m. Friday, May 17.   Read Story »

City invites public to Affordable Housing Summit tonight

NCDOT awards $1.15B contract for I-26 connector

County begins to consider funding non-profit agencies


20th annual WNC Flyer set for Sunday, June 2

Commissioners divided on costly courthouse project

City brings in big guns for affordable housing summit

UNC Health Pardee exemplifies community service