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WWII veteran hits 1,600th workout at age 92

State Sen. Chuck Edwards shares a laugh with his scoutmaster, Jim Babb.

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

Scouts honor Chuck Edwards, who praises his Scoutmaster

At age 15, son of a single mom, Chuck Edwards faced a fork in the road.   Read Story »

Alex and Isaias Romero, with their mother, Mary, at the family’s new restaurant at 2560 Asheville Highway.

Henderson County News

Mary's Burritos adding beer at new location

Mary’s Burritos has opened at a new, bigger location a couple miles up Asheville Highway from its original spot.   Read Story »

Daniel Clay Reynolds and Billy Lee Putnam are charged with more than 20 counts in connection with four burglaries.

Henderson County News

Two charged with store burglaries

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Henderson County News

Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning

Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning.   Read Story »

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

County eyes 5-cent tax levy for ed buildings

A revenue neutral tax rate for the upcoming fiscal year had a shelf life of just 10 days before Henderson County commissioners took a closer look at education facility needs.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

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Scouts honor Chuck Edwards, who praises his Scoutmaster

County eyes 5-cent tax levy for ed buildings

County's chapter honored as Outstanding Local League

County commissioners endorse NC 191 widening

McGrady announces retirement from House

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Henderson County News

Desert Storm veteran starting dessert storm on Seventh Avenue

Historic Seventh Avenue, which has gained two microbreweries, two pizzerias and a brandy bar over the past two years, is about to get dessert.   Read Story »

Hendersonville Business

20 graduate from Junior Leadership program

Twenty students graduate in the 19th class of the Junior Leadership Program on Tuesday, May 14.   Read Story »

Christopher Todd starts on July 15.

Laurel Park News

Laurel Park hires manager with connection to Jump Off

LAUREL PARK — Laurel Park has a new town manager, one with a meaningful connection to the Town on a Mountain. The Laurel Park Town Council on Tuesday officially hired Christopher Todd, a former Henderson County planner who is now administrator for the town of Sawmills, near Lenoir.   Read Story »

McGrady's craft beer bill cruises

Police make arrest in fatal hit-and-run on Main Street

Seniors headed to UNC win Kimberly-Clark scholarships

Landfill fire prompts warning about tossing hazardous materials in garbage

County's chapter honored as Outstanding Local League

LIGHTNING REVIEW: 'Proposals' gives patrons enjoyable Poconos vacation

Liberace tribute debuts The Center's touring schedule

County commissioners endorse NC 191 widening

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