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City buys Laurel Park water system for $1, pledges $1M in improvements

Henderson County News

Pardee scheduling J&J one-shots; HonorFlight, Advent to vax vets

There's news this week on the Covid-19 vaccination front.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Council OKs 84-unit Duncan Terrace

The Hendersonville City Council on Thursday authorized a rezoning for an 84-unit complex of workforce housing in the triangle formed by North Main Street and Signal Hill and Duncan Hill roads on the condition that the developer try to preserve three large trees on the property.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Stroupe to represent himself in Bryson murder trial

Phillip Michael Stroupe II, who is charged with murder in the July 2017 death of Thomas A. "Tommy" Bryson, plans to represent himself at his trial this summer, District Attorney Greg Newman announced.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Contractor to repave 6 miles of U.S. 25 Connector

A paving contractor will resurface 5.8 miles of the U.S. 25 connector from Exit 4 to the South Carolina line by October, the N.C. Department of Transportation announced.   Read Story »

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Henderson County News

Jackson Loop Road man charged with statutory rape

After conducting an investigation involving a runaway juvenile, detectives with the Henderson County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes Unit charged a 20-year-old man with statutory rape.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

Four Seasons Politics

Moffitt files bill that would remove bar and restaurant capacity limits

GOP fails to override Cooper's veto on school reopening

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Bird wants to offer stand-up scooters downtown

Grant helps True Ridge go mobile

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Hendersonville Your Town

Bird wants to offer stand-up scooters downtown

In addition to sidewalk dining and its signature bears, the city of Hendersonville may soon see rental scooters zipping along its serpentine Main Street.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

City is expected to pull plug on public-private hotel project

With two major hotel projects approved and potentially moving toward construction, the Hendersonville City Council is expected to pull the plug on a third project that had been in the planning stages for more than a year.   Read Story »

Laurel Park News

City, Laurel Park poised to OK water merger on Friday

Elected leaders of Laurel Park and Hendersonville will hold a joint meeting at 3 p.m. Friday to discuss the conveyance of the Laurel Park water system to the city of Hendersonville and potentially culminate years of talk about a water system merger by adopting resolutions authorizing the change. The city says the merger would mean lower water bills for Laurel Park customers.   Read Story »

DuPont State Forest bridge named for Ag Department's WNC leader

County will catch up on seniors before moving to 'essential workers'

GOP fails to override Cooper's veto on school reopening

County agrees to buy Hedrick-Rhodes VFW post

Juvenile runaway found safe

Acting U.S. attorney for Western North Carolina is named

Historic renovation wins recognition

Sheriff uses drug dealer money to buy mobile command bus