The National Park Service will celebrate its 100th anniversary as the manager and protector of “America’s best idea” beginning August 25th.
The City of Hendersonville project for the Glenbrook area subdivision is now underway. The project involves Sanitary Sewer Improvements.
From crayons to clothing and computers, it’s back-to-school shopping time! Before you head to the mall or go online, the FTC has some tips to help you get the most for your money.
Fiesta Hendersonville, a one-day event on Main Street, will showcase the culture and contagious rhythms of Latin America through live music, dance, food, artisans, vendors and more on September 25th.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is accepting entries to its 12th annual Wildlife in North Carolina Photo Competition until 5 p.m., Sept. 1st.
This year’s melt season in the Arctic Ocean and surrounding seas started with a bang, with a record low maximum extent in March and relatively rapid ice loss through May.
A new section of Hendersonville’s Oklawaha Greenway was recently opened, creating a three-mile-long paved walkway meandering through meadows, wetlands, and forests and linking Jackson Park, Patton Park, and Berkley Park.
Self-described “Yankee Jewish Feminist” Amy-Jill Levine will spend some time in Brevard Sept. 15-18 leading a series of lectures and discussions.
Have you ever wondered if there was a way that you could help the planet through your purchases and service choices? Well wonder no longer, sustainable consumption is the way to go!
The Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra is awash in patriotism, the colors of Old Glory and the rich tapestry of American music in its opening concert for the 2016-2017 season.
Across North Carolina, municipalities and arboriculture businesses are faced with the problem of what to do with urban trees that are removed due to age, pests, disease or damage.