It’s been a long two weeks since Gov. Roy Cooper closed all schools in the state and banned gatherings of more than 100 people due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Flat Rock Playhouse Production Manager Adam Goodrum was recently alerted to a thread on an industry forum from an Oklahoma hospital seeking seamstresses to sew cloth face masks to combat the coronavirus shortage.
A newly created emergency response fund to assist Henderson County nonprofits responding to the coronavirus recently received a $100,000 gift from Chuck and Jean McGrady, Mike McGrady, and Kathy McGrady.
Already eaten through your rations? Don’t worry — many of Hendersonville’s restaurants are open for delivery and curbside takeout!
Governor Roy Cooper announced another step to help families by prohibiting utilities from disconnecting people who are unable to pay during this pandemic.
North Carolinians who have lost their coverage due to the Coronavirus pandemic are eligible to enroll in coverage on HealthCare.gov, the health insurance marketplace established by the Affordable Care Act.
The North Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association has launched a relief fund to provide fast access to cash for restaurant and hotel workers immediately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Hendersonville Police Department was contacted on Friday, March 27, 2020, shortly after 11:00 am, about an incident occurring at the UPS store on Spartanburg Highway.
Out of concern for the health and safety of staff and guests, the North Carolina Arboretum has made the decision to close until further notice.
Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order No. 122 on Monday, March 30, to help schools and local governments access state surplus property to help bridge gaps during the response to COVID-19.
Masks of Love WNC is an emergency effort to bring sewers and businesses together to tackle the dire shortage of face masks threatening Western North Carolina medical workers and citizens caught up in the coronavirus pandemic.
Governor Roy Cooper has announced that the first payments for the unemployment claims related to coronavirus will begin going out this week.