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Local news for Hendersonville, North Carolina and the surrounding Western North Carolina communities.
As we move into November thoughts turn to holiday feasting, and for many that means a turkey centerpiece. Local turkey is available from several local farms in the region.
The City of Hendersonville has begun its fall bulk leaf collection for city residents. Bulk leaf collection will continue throughout the season and conclude on December 31.
Construction is underway on Fourth Avenue as a significant sidewalk improvement project has officially started.
You’ve likely noticed construction and restoration efforts taking place as part of the City of Hendersonville’s Multi-Area Streambank Restoration Project.
Cases of Legionnaires’ disease reached a record high in 2018 — a more than eight-fold increase since the numbers began to climb nearly two decades ago.
The National Park Service has announced three upcoming projects that may affect Parkway travel in the coming weeks. Visitors should anticipate one-lane or intermittent, temporary closures in active work zones.
Dogwood Alliance believes the plan delivers harsh criticism of wood pellet biomass; however, definitive leadership to stop expanded forest destruction remains to be seen.
NC IDEA has awarded $150,000 to fifteen North Carolina startups in its third-ever grant cycle of NC IDEA MICRO.
Officials for the N.C. Department of Transportation anticipate closing both westbound lanes of Interstate 40 between the U.S. 276 interchange at Exit 20 and the Tennessee state line for up to five consecutive days during a stretch in November.
Looking like a cross between a frog and a lizard, the gray cheek salamander has thin, smooth skin and no lungs.
Enjoy the crisp fall weather while you are outside for these November chores.