The Hendersonville Police Department would like to provide a community crime alert about an increase in vehicle break-ins being reported in the City of Hendersonville.
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A 3-year-old boy with long raven hair cried inside the Living Waters Food Pantry and Resource Center, which seeks to combat hunger in Cherokee. He squirmed on the hip of his mother, stretching for a toy as she reached for a can of vegetables.
The National Honey Bee Day program started with a single concept: to bring together beekeepers, bee associations, as well as other interested groups to connect with communities to advance beekeeping.
Farmers tailgate markets are reaching their summertime heights! You’ll find a panoply of produce, including tomatoes, summer squash, beans, spring onions, cucumbers, new potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, greens of all sorts, blueberries, raspberries, cherries, and much, much more.
The USA South Conference recently released its annual USA South Academic All-Conference list, selecting 91 Brevard College student-athletes as Academic All-Conference selections.
Tucked in a clearing off the side of Chatham Street in Cary, hundreds of honeybees go about their business.
Music on Main Street, the increasingly popular concert series, has returned to downtown Hendersonville! Concerts take place every Friday from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, now through August 23.
Flat Rock Playhouse continues its 2019 season with South Pacific, a summer blockbuster musical and Broadway classic. Known for its glorious score by Rodgers and Hammerstein, the show transports audiences to the Pacific Islands in World War II as young couples struggle with the dynamics of love, war, and faith.
Women United, United Way of Henderson County’s affinity group for female leadership donors, recently presented four awards to local initiatives that help women and children succeed and become more self-sufficient.
In the summer of 1994, Lion King and Forest Gump dominated at the box office; the All-4-One hit “I Swear” was at the top of the Billboard Charts; and OJ Simpson had us riveted to our television screens.
Two arrests were made and reports recently came in to CIMA’s hotline regarding ICE agents following community members and being present in neighborhoods.
Laundry is no one’s favorite chore, and it doesn’t help that washers and dryers are among the costliest appliances to operate. Since most of us do at least a few loads of laundry each week, it’s worth taking steps to reduce energy use.