Despite sharp declines in total travel since the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans have been taking significantly more long-distance road trips than in previous years.
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Local news for Hendersonville, North Carolina and the surrounding Western North Carolina communities.
Census takers are currently interviewing households in Hendersonville and around the country that have not yet responded online, by phone, or by mail to the 2020 Census.
Governor Roy Cooper is encouraging North Carolinians to recognize the important contributions of the Latinx community to our state in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Fall officially begins this week and we’re definitely starting to feel the temperature drop. Mornings have us wanting to stay wrapped up in a blanket with a hot cup of tea.
After several weeks of stable COVID-19 trends and continued low virus spread in school settings, Governor Roy Cooper announced that beginning on October 5, North Carolina public school districts and charter schools can choose to implement Plan A for elementary schools (grades K-5).
The Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency, in consultation with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, has identified a COVID-19 cluster connected to Enchanting Hair Fashions in Canton.
Henderson County Public Schools will transition to the “Return to Learn” Plan B model – a blend of in-person and remote learning – with a staggered entry for different grade levels, beginning on September 21.
In addition to takeout and delivery, many of Hendersonville’s restaurants have reopened for indoor and outdoor dining service!
United Way of Henderson County is seeking support from across the community for the Fifth Annual Day of Action.
The City of Hendersonville has released a statement expressing its disappointment in the recent action taken by the Henderson County Board of Commissioners regarding the water line extensions for Nicholas Bowman and Sen Asheville 1, LLC.
Wake, Mel Chin’s giant animatronic sculpture, originally installed in New York City’s Times Square, will remain on view in Asheville at 44 Collier Avenue through March 15, 2021.
With more than two years of success in meeting the goals outlined for its community-focused campaign, Blue Horizons Project is excited for the next phase in its evolution and an expanded involvement in the region’s efforts to transition to 100-percent renewable energy in the next two decades.