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A teacher in a classroom full of young children.

“Camp Cubcat” Gives Back

When Hendersonville Elementary students returned to school from intersession, they arrived at Camp Cubcat – complete with forest hallways, camping tents, and themed classrooms.

GF Linamar's facility in Hendersonville.

GF Linamar Awarded LEED Silver

GF Linamar’s new die-casting facility in Mills River was recently certified LEED Silver by the US Green Building Council. LEED is the most widely used green building rating system in the world and is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement.

Noah McFall, awaiting a liver and double lung transplant.

A Black Tie Affair Benefits Local Family on November 9

Eat, drink, sing, dance, and help a local boy who is in need of a triple organ transplant! The fundraising benefit, titled A Black Tie Affair, takes place on November 9 from 8:00 pm to 2:00 am at Mack Kells, located at 160 Tunnel Road in Asheville.

Korean kimchi and other dishes on a wooden table.

Fresh at Farmers Markets This Week

This week is the very beginning of what’s considered to be kimchi season for Koreans and other kimchi enthusiasts around the globe. Kimchi is a fermented cabbage dish native to Korea and widely popular throughout the world.

A child planting a seedling.

NeighborWoods to Plant 33 New Trees in Hendersonville

Residents in the Towne Forest neighborhood along Blythe Street will receive trees on Sunday, October 14, which they will plant at their homes. The 33 trees are provided at no charge by Hendersonville to homeowners who signed up to participate in its NeighborWoods Project.

A surprised Luke Manuel learning of his selection as principal of the year.

Luke Manuel Named HCPS Principal of the Year

Luke Manuel, principal at Hendersonville Middle, was named the 2018-19 Principal of the Year for Henderson County Public Schools at a recent pep rally staged for the surprise announcement by district leadership.