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Developer proposes 148 luxury townhomes in Mills River

Roger Snyder, one of the original leaders of the incorporation of the town of Mills River, is shown at a council meeting held outside in the town park in 2020. [LIGHTNING FILE PHOTO]

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SNYDER RETIRES: 'Whenever you figure out it's time to go you're already late'

Roger Snyder, a key leader in the effort to transform the farming community of Mills River into the town of Mills River, and who went on to serve as its mayor for 10 years and on the council for 19, resigned from the board Thursday night, saying it was time to move on.   Read Story »

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Snow is less of a threat than deep freeze plus wind

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Health Department gives Covid tests, N95 masks to schools and nonprofits

Thousands of free N95 masks and Covid-19 tests have been given to community agencies to target populations with a high need for protection.   Read Story »

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Advisory committee tackles policy on trail encroachment

Now that the Ecusta Trail is progressing into the design and engineering phase, with construction not too far behind, the committee guiding the project is taking up the “what ifs.”   Read Story »

BRCC President Laura Leatherwood was named President of the Year by the State Board of Community Colleges.

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Leatherwood honored as Community College President of the Year

The State Board of Community Colleges honored Blue Ridge Community College President Laura Leatherwood with its President of the Year Award, citing collaborative leadership and her record of forming successful partnerships with industrial recruiters, manufacturing plants and public schools.   Read Story »

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SNYDER RETIRES: 'Whenever you figure out it's time to go you're already late'

Cooper, Stein step into redistricting battle

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Graphic shows permitted uses of ARP money.

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City seeks input on how to spend Rescue Plan money

The Hendersonville City Council is urging the public to use an online survey to suggest how the city should spend $4.5 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act money.   Read Story »

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When will King and Church streets be repaved?

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Mitchell elected chair of Parkway foundation

Henderson County Manager John Mitchell has been elected chair of the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation, moving up from vice chair.   Read Story »

Commissioners vote to move ahead with Edneyville sewer system

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Local treehouse among most liked stays on Airbnb

Citing Covid surge, Brevard Music Center cancels February shows

80 residential units proposed for Sugarloaf Road

Cooper, Stein step into redistricting battle

County tax office examining nonprofit status of Opportunity House

League to present program on voter suppression