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‘Latinos are having their own dreams’ as opportunities grow

Hendersonville News

FEMA unit offering free vaccines through Sunday at Asheville Outlets

Asheville Outlets will host free Covid-19 vaccinations 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and noon-8 p.m. Sunday behind Sportsman’s Warehouse.   Read Story »

Girls lead llamas down Main Street in Hendersonville's Fourth of July parade. [VIDEO BY RICHARD LABUNSKI]

Hendersonville Your Town

Check out video of Fourth of July parade

Fire trucks, tractors, floats, llamas and even a rare a summer cameo by Santa Claus highlighted Hendersonville's All American Fourth of July Parade on Saturday, July 3.   Read Story »

Henderson County Your Town

Touch a truck at next Love Hendo Saturday

The city of Hendersonville will display its many fascinating trucks and vehicles during the next monthly LoveHendo Saturday on Aug. 14.   Read Story »

IAM, city of Hendersonville and Cooper Construction leaders break ground on the site of the ministry’s new thrift store.

Henderson County News

IAM breaks ground on new thrift store

Leaders at Hendersonville’s Interfaith Assistance Ministry pushed gold shovels into red clay Thursday to break ground on the construction of a new thrift store in Hendersonville.   Read Story »

Green River Your Town

County Commission honors James Homer Levi, who turns 100

James Homer Levi, who dropped out of school in the sixth grade to work at Mondamin Dairy milking cows and deliver ice and milk to Lake Summit residents, recalls that it was a 14-mile walk around the lake.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

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Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning

Holt to speak at Republican Men's Club

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Check out video of Fourth of July parade

Touch a truck at next Love Hendo Saturday

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Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning

Don’t miss this week’s Hendersonville Lightning.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Army veteran pleads gulity to $1 million benefits fraud

A U.S. Army veteran who faked severe vision impairment in order to rake in almost a million dollars worth of disability benefits over 30 years pleaded guilty Monday to defrauding the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Acting U.S. Attorney William T. Stetzer announced.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Lightning has mail-room opening

The Hendersonville Lightning, the weekly newspaper and all-the-time website that has grown month over month, quarter over quarter and year over year for nine years, has an opening in its mail-room operation.   Read Story »

Labor department issues citations, fines in fatal wall collapse

Holt to speak at Republican Men's Club

Ride to Remember pays tribute to Ryan Hendrix

Creator of Sky Surfer, an HHS graduate, soars to fame

Mojo Brothers Blues Band kicks off Monday Night Live

Investing more in policing would save black lives

As Mission retreats, Pardee, AdventHealth fill primary care gap

Field set in Hendersonville, Laurel Park races