The Henderson County Rescue Squad is celebrating sixty years of service to Henderson County this year and we would like to invite the public to help us celebrate this milestone!
Unable to find solar eclipse glasses at the last minute? No problem! You don’t need fancy glasses or equipment to watch one of the sky’s most awesome shows: a solar eclipse.
The Flat Rock Playhouse has been awarded a grant of $30,000 by the Community Foundation of Henderson County. The grant will be used for Studio 52, Flat Rock Playhouse’s educational initiative and family programming.
Summer is a perfect time for wandering back roads and discovering new adventures.
Sick of being sick? Tired of sticking your poor finger all day to monitor blood sugar? Weary of worrying those weird pains are either cancer or a heart attack?
WNC Agricultural Options is now accepting grant applications from farmers diversifying or expanding their businesses.
The City of Hendersonville has undertaken a project to restore approximately 11,000 linear feet of streambanks throughout the area, which will protect existing infrastructure while improving stream health and water quality.
The City of Hendersonville is pleased to announce the promotion of Brian Pahle to the position of Assistant City Manager.
The Western North Carolina Historical Association has announced the selection of semifinalists for the 62nd annual Thomas Wolfe Memorial Literary Award.
The Hendersonville Historic Preservation Commission will host Party at the Park: A Historic Berkeley Park Celebration on Saturday, September 16th.
Come to Hands On!, the children’s museum in downtown Hendersonville, to explore the solar system and prepare for the solar eclipse on August 21st.