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Broadband provider to begin direct customer outreach

Hendersonville News

Thrive awarded $150,000 Melvin R. Lane grant

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Hendersonville News

Carolina Brotherhood to ride through city on Saturday

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Henderson County News

Edwards' bill authorizes new state park

State Sen. Chuck Edwards is seeking legislation that would authorize the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources to add a new park unit, Pisgah View State Park in Candler, to the state parks system.   Read Story »

Flat Rock News

Flat Rock braces for court fight over signs

FLAT ROCK — Throughout 2018, signs proliferated throughout the Village of Flat Rock as homeowners protested a proposed widening of Highland Lake Road. “Don’t urbanize Flat Rock,” “DOT: Doing Nothing is an Option,” and “Keep Big Rigs Out!” they said.   Read Story »

Laurel Park News

While tax base rises, rates remain the same or rise also

The easels, charts and spreadsheets are packed away. The spending “challenges” scrawled on sticky notes have been addressed and budget “opportunities” met or discarded. The sugar high brought on by hefty growth in the tax base has given way to a recognition by elected officials across Henderson County that they needed the higher tax base to fund capital projects and meet growing service demands.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

Four Seasons Politics

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Bill Moyer, a county leader in a time of change, dies

Anne Coletta running for Flat Rock Village Council

Sheriff hires first Latino liaison

Nick Weedman running for Flat Rock mayor

McGrady's distillery reg reform bill advances

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Flat Rock News

Park service plans fee increase for Sandburg home tours

FLAT ROCK — The National Park Service is seeking public comments for proposed increases to house tour fees at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site. The increases will be the first since 2004.   Read Story »

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

Bill Moyer, a county leader in a time of change, dies

William Llewelyn "Bill" Moyer, who chaired the Board of Commissioners as Henderson County transitioned into an era of stricter zoning and later helped thwart a back-channel effort to sell Pardee Hospital, died on Saturday at Duke Medical Center at age 80.   Read Story »

Rob Tolleson looks at one of hundreds of LPs in his collection while working on his ‘Spin-terview’ show.

Hendersonville Life

Robin Tolleson, drummer, music journalist and mentor, dies suddenly

Robin Tolleson, a drummer, music journalist and generous sharer of his musical gifts through his church and programs to nurture young talent, died suddenly on Friday after collapsing on stage during a performance at Asheville's Downtown After Five concert series. He was 62.   Read Story »

Drug squad makes arrests at Sixth Avenue West home

City PD announces detective bureau chief

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Anne Coletta running for Flat Rock Village Council

COUNTY DELAYS ACTING ON 891-UNIT TAP ROOT FARMS DEVELOPMENT

Vegan cafe opening in Sanctuary Brewing Co.

United Way celebrates $1.7 million campaign

Mountain Jewish Festival is Sunday at Agudas Israel

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