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Early voting starts Thursday for congressional runoff

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Etowah News

Sheriff's deputies seeking juvenile runaway

ETOWAH — The Henderson County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public's help in locating a 14-year-old runaway.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Library to resume limited services

The Henderson County Public Library will resume limited services to select locations beginning today while keeping measures in place to protect the health of staff and patrons.     Read Story »

Henderson County Your Town

Foundation invites nominations for Sauer Award

The Community Foundation of Henderson County is currently accepting nominations for the Richard C. and Vina L. Sauer Charitable Leadership Award, which celebrates individuals who provide exceptional contributions and outstanding leadership through their personal philanthropic efforts in Henderson County.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Woman charged with possession of 5 pounds of cocaine

A Hendersonville woman was charged with possession of 5 pounds of cocaine, 350 Oxycodone tablets and other drugs and jailed under a $1.46 million bond after detectives made a traffic stop on May 22.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Health Department adds third day of covid testing

The partnership of Henderson County Health Department and Blue Ridge Health has added a third day of covid-19 testing site for the public on Tuesday, June 2, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.   Read Story »

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Early voting starts Thursday for congressional runoff

Gyms sue Cooper for right to open

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Foundation invites nominations for Sauer Award

Butcher hits his stride with Asheville-based murder mystery

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Henderson County News

City scraps Rhythm & Brews for this year

The city has called off the popular Rhythm & Brews Concert Series for the season and is turning its focus to other events including the new Hendersonville Farmers Market, which opens next weekend in the Historic Seventh Avenue District, and “Open Streets Weekend,” which happens today, Saturday and Sunday.   Read Story »

Ken Butcher's third novel, 'As the Crow Dies,' will be released Tuesday. It's available at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble's website and at local bookshops.

Henderson County Your Town

Butcher hits his stride with Asheville-based murder mystery

Ken Butcher has been head of research at Selee Corp., Henderson County School Board member and “day laborer” at Kilwin’s, his wife’s ice cream shop.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

County's covid death toll third highest in state, mortality rate highest

The latest covid-19 update for Henderson County shows a larger percentage of cases outside long-term care facilities than had previously been the trend. State reporting shows Henderson County with the third highest number of deaths in the state among 100 counties.   Read Story »

Gyms sue Cooper for right to open

Hendersonville welcomes new City Clerk

Senators grill NCDOT on overspending

Hikers rejoice! Sandburg trails reopen on Monday

Dwayne Durham named N.C. Athletic Trainer of the Year

Knollscam catches wildlife for world to see

Ask Matt ... about $19M armored truck haul stashed in Mountain Home in the '90s

Covid test site opens