If you haven’t tried a pawpaw yet, now is the chance! This lesser known fruit has a taste most similar to tropicals like mangoes and bananas, but is native to the Eastern United States!
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Armed with scrub brushes, young scuba divers took to the waters of Florida’s Alligator Reef in late July to try to help corals struggling to survive 2023’s extraordinary marine heat wave.
The Child and Adult Care Food Program helps eligible children and adults access healthy, nutritious food by reimbursing qualified child care programs, adult day programs and other non-residential care programs for meals and snacks served to enrollees.
Hendersonville Theatre is pleased to present Drag Trivia on Tuesday, September 26, at 7:30 pm. This is a free event, but donations are suggested to benefit Hendersonville Theatre.
In the U.S., poll watchers have participated in elections since the 18th century. Laws and rules for poll watchers vary from state to state.
The N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation is seeking public input on the Pisgah View State Park Master Plan.
Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed September 15 – October 15 as Hispanic Heritage Month to honor and celebrate the history, culture and achievements of the Hispanic, Latino, Latinx, and Latine communities across North Carolina.
The 28th season of the Blue Ridge Community College Concert Series commences on Tuesday, Oct. 10, with a performance by pianist Dr. Kevin Ayesh.
All North Carolina voters will be asked for their IDs when they check in to vote this year. They will still be allowed to vote with or without a photo ID under an exception.
The annual NC State Fiction Contest is a free literary competition open to all North Carolina residents, including out-of-state and international students who are enrolled in North Carolina universities. It remains one of the largest free-to-enter fiction contests in the South.
The fall colors across Western North Carolina are a seasonal sensation that draw thousands of visitors and locals alike to the mountains each year.
Justina Worrell, 47, works part time as a kitchen helper in an Ohio nursing home. She has cerebral palsy, an intellectual disability, and a cardiac condition that required she get an artificial heart valve at age 20.