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Planners recommend downtown condos

Hendersonville Business

Planning Board endorses 291-unit development near Sam's Club

A development of 291 apartments and townhomes got the green light from the Hendersonville Planning Board on Monday and heads next to the Hendersonville City Council.   Read Story »

Hendersonville Sports

Tour d'Apple is on, with fewer riders, staggered start

Unlike so many canceled events, the Tour d’Apple will take off on Labor Day, with a reduced field of riders, staggered start times and face masks at rest stops.   Read Story »

Henderson County Your Town

Johnson Farm thanks donors

Like many area non-profits, Historic Johnson Farm experienced an unusual spring.   Read Story »

Charlie Messer is shown in a 2017 file photo.

Fletcher Four Seasons Politics

Charlie Messer's funeral service to be Tuesday at WHHS

A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 14, in the West Henderson High School Auditorium, for Charlie Messer, the long-serving Henderson County commissioner who died Friday at the age of 66.   Read Story »

The Bazaar at St. John in the Wilderness goes on line.

Henderson County News

Bazaar goes on line

Because of covid-19, The Bazaar at St. John in the Wilderness has been rescheduled for May 2021. However an Online Preview Sale is under way until Sept. 15.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

Four Seasons Politics


Charlie Messer's funeral service to be Tuesday at WHHS

Charlie Messer, longtime county commissioner, dies at age 66

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Henderson County News

Humane Society cuts cat adoption fee

If you’ve ever considered adding a feline companion into your family, now is the perfect time to adopt.   Read Story »

Coach Daniel Corhn looks on as East Henderson Eagles Billy Johnson, Ty McCrary and Donaven McHenry lift weights, six feet apart.

Henderson County Sports

Prep football squads get ready for season, safely six feet apart

On a recent afternoon, the East Henderson High School Eagles drilled on the football field, lifting weights, running and building agility. The practice looked far different than usual, however, as coaches and athletes wore masks and practiced social distancing while training.   Read Story »

Henderson County Opinion

Support reopening? Mask up

One thing that is clear about the mandatory face mask order that Gov. Roy Cooper imposed on June 26: Nothing is clear.   Read Story »

As testing ramps up, county sees cases rise

Charlie Messer, longtime county commissioner, dies at age 66

Developer proposes boutique hotel on Church Street

MountainTrue wins $100,000 for water testing

Governor's order won't stop GOP from meeting

Landowners plan subdivision on Howard Gap Road in Dana

Cooper rejects treasurer's appeal for in-person meetings

Covid concern cancels Mountain State Fair