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McGradys donate $100,000 to COVID-19 relief fund

Henderson County News

School system employee tests positive for COVID-19

The Henderson County Department of Public Health notified the Henderson County public school system that a school employee has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

MPs catch 'Bad Wig Bandit'

Authorities say they have in custody a suspect known as the so-called "Bad Wig Bandit," who is wanted in connection with five North Carolina bank robberies, including one in Hendersonville on Jan. 16.   Read Story »

Mills River News

Fellow Highway Patrol troopers to honor Lee Lance

State Highway Patrol troopers and other law officers are expected to caravan to Mills River Presbyterian Church Cemetery on Thursday for the funeral of Lee Jenkins Lance, 95, a Mills River native who served in the Highway Patrol for almost four decades.   Read Story »

Christopher Murray

Henderson County News

Pepper-ball bomber has long criminal record

Hendersonville police detectives charged a convicted felon with setting off a pepper spray device that released white powder at a package delivery store on Friday.   Read Story »

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

Meadows resigns, heads to White House

U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows formally resigned from the U.S. House on Monday to go on to a "new chapter" as White House chief of staff.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

Four Seasons Politics

Meadows resigns, heads to White House

'We've got to stop horrible emergency,' Hawkins says

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Community News


Saluda cancels May 16 Arts Festival

Pardee, EMS issue calls for protective gear donations

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Henderson County News

Etowah man charged with car break-ins

Henderson County sheriff’s charged a 28-year-old Etowah man with two car burglaries after investigating multiple reports of vehicle break-ins in the Flat Rock area.   Read Story »

The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott and other hotels and motels come under tight restrictions on room rentals.

Henderson County News

Guests from hot zones must quarantine, county says

Aiming to prevent the import of the coronavirus into the county from hot spots around the country, the Henderson County Board of Commissioners is restricting the lodging industry’s ability to rent rooms.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

National association touts Henderson County's COVID-19 response

Henderson County's quick effort to set up a free remote COVID-19 screening site was profiled in County News, the website of the National Association of Counties.   Read Story »

Ramsey elected national chair of farm research group

Beware of COVID-19 scams, state A.G. warns

A psychiatrist on coping with stay-at-home

Doctor's Day like no other

First checks for coronavirus job loss go out this week

Elderly patient at Mission becomes first area COVID-19 fatality

Playhouse costume shop recasts to sew medical masks

Hospital leaders tell legislators about revenue challenges