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The Hendersonville City Council honored outgoing members Ron Stephens and Steve Caraker on Thursday.

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City honors Caraker, Stephens for their service

The Hendersonville City Council on Thursday honored Ron Stephens and Ron Caraker for their 12 years of council service, praising them for their leadership in quality development and historic preservation and their support of landmark achievements like the renovation of the Grey Hosiery Mill and the five-party agreement to build the Health Sciences Facility on the Pardee Hospital campus.   Read Story »

New council members Lyndsey Simpson (left) and Jennifer Hensley joined Mayor Barbara Volk to give the City Council a female majority.

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

New City Council is seated, makes board appointments

A new Hendersonville City Council launched a new era in city government on Thursday night with the swearing in of new members Jennifer Hensley and Lyndsey Simpson, two young moms and business owners whose election flipped the council to a female majority for the first time since 2001.   Read Story »

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City park will be named for HonorAir

The small park at the southern gateway to the city will be named in honor of HonorAir, the program born in Hendersonville that has flown thousands of veterans to Washington for a day of remembering and gratitude.   Read Story »

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City tightens rules on electronic signs

The Hendersonville City Council voted to dim electronic signs and make sure that messages don't jump around, rotate, swivel or scroll more often than once every 8 seconds.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

LIGHTNING EDITORIAL: How many roads must a town turn down?

A new majority on the Flat Rock Village Council confronts its campaign pledge to stop the Highland Lake Road improvement project when new leaders take the oath of office on Dec. 12.   Read Story »

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City honors Caraker, Stephens for their service

New City Council is seated, makes board appointments

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Family-owned Horse Shoe Hardware expands inventory

BRIEFS: Capote's 'Christmas Memory,' Celtic ConFusion, Bullington greenery, cookies

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BRIEFS: Capote's 'Christmas Memory,' Celtic ConFusion, Bullington greenery, cookies

Earle Ross (E.R.) Haire Jr. will read Truman Capote’s beloved short story “A Christmas Memory” at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7. at the Parish Hall of St. John in the Wilderness Episcopal Church, 1895 Greenville Highway.   Read Story »

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Ask Matt ... why some fire trucks are yellow

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Charlie Messer

Fletcher Four Seasons Politics

Messer plans to seek sixth term

Charlie Messer plans to seek a sixth term as a Henderson County commissioner.   Read Story »

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