Fall in the mountains is a special time of year filled with a variety of fantastic family traditions and downtown Hendersonville is no exception.
Henderson County Early College High School and West Henderson High School were two of 61 North Carolina schools recognized for their exceptionally high 2014-15 cohort graduation rates.
Local apples are at the core of our region’s agricultural economy. So what better way to celebrate fall in the Southern Appalachians than with local apples?
Come enjoy a self-guided haunt featuring old Hollywood horror film characters from Michael Myers, Freddy, Jason, Leatherface and more.
With all the dry weather throughout the summer, farmers were hoping for rain, but as the adage goes, “be careful what you wish for.”
It may be only October, but certain parts of the country have already had their first dusting of snow.
Who doesn’t love a rock n’ roll band with horns? Join us at Flat Rock Playhouse Downtown for this awesome tribute concert featuring the music of Chicago.
Stepp’s Hillcrest Orchard in Hendersonville, NC was nominated in USA Today’s latest 10Best Readers’ Choice travel award contest.
The Trolley Company is proud to announce a new addition to their famous Historic Tours. Mary Jo Padgett, journalist, editor, and creator of Paris’s American Revolutionary, will lead a ninety minute tour every Saturday in October.
Hillandale Elementary students partaking in a Manners Meal last week waited as patiently as possible for their classmates to be served their hot dogs and brown beans before starting on their own plates.
From corn mazes and pick-your-own pumpkin patches to harvest festivals and farm-to-table dinners, agritourism farms across the state are gearing up for family-friendly activities this fall.