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Chefs aim to 'take the thinking out of eating well'

Henderson County News

Arbor Day participants will plant red oak in honor of Dr. Volk

Participants will plant a red oak in memory of the late Dr. James Volk during the annual Arbor Day celebration at noon Friday, May 3, on Bearcat Loop at Hendersonville Elementary School.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Facing $1M shortfall, Brother Wolf calls for support

Acknowledging that it overreached with plans for a farm animal sanctuary and lost support through "polarizing vegan messaging," Brother Wolf, the Asheville area no-kill shelter, said it has a $1 million funding shortfall and called on supporters for financial help.   Read Story »

Hendersonville News

LIGHTNING PHOTOS: Good Friday storm swamps city

First responders rescued motorists trapped in high water, roads were closed at the usual flooding spots, forecasters issued a flash flood warning and power crews worked to get the lights back on as a Good Friday storm swamped Henderson County and the southern mountains.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

AVL parking deck wins design award

The new parking garage at Asheville Regional Airport was awarded the 2019 Commercial Airport Project of the Year  for architecture  by the Southeast Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives, architects Gresham Smith and the Asheville Regional Airport Authority announced.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

City man sentenced to 20 years for drug dealing

A Somerset Drive man was sentenced to almost 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to multiple drug felonies during a term of Henderson County Superior Court March 25-April 12, District Attorney Greg Newman announced.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

Four Seasons Politics

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League holds forums on redistricting reform

David Rhode is on a roll as student president of WCU

Lapsley to help draft long-range transportation investment strategy

ERA advocates embark on push for support

McGrady files bill broadly changing state liquor laws

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Hendersonville News

Officer shoots fleeing suspect who pulled gun, police say

A Hendersonville police officer shot and wounded a suspect who ran away from the officer and later pulled a gun as the officer was chasing him, the city said in a news release.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

THEY'RE BACK ... Learn how to be 'bear wise'

Biologist Ashley Hobbs of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will present “Being BearWise in North Carolina” at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 24, at St. Paul Mountain Vineyards in Flat Rock Square, 2698 C Greenville Highway.   Read Story »

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

League holds forums on redistricting reform

The League of Women Voters Henderson County will present a program on N.C. Fair District Reform on two different days this week.   Read Story »

Mills River hires interim town manager

Good Friday storm causes widespread flooding

Carolina Village comes out strong for Clear Creek Greenway

County seeks grant to move flooded trail to higher ground

2,536 property owners 
appealed new tax value

Driver fleeing deputy flips Buick in village

Tennessee man sentenced to 58 years in child sex case

City invites public input on Clear Creek Greenway Tuesday

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