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Local news for Hendersonville, North Carolina and the surrounding Western North Carolina communities.
As we enter the holiday season, November is historically one of the hardest months for food banks across the country. Many North and South Carolinians are either looking for ways to help those in need or looking for help themselves.
The nation’s largest Annual National Gingerbread House Competition returned for the 30th year to The Omni Grove Park Inn after introducing new specialty awards, a new judge, increased prizes, and more.
Brevard concludes the most historic season in the program’s NCAA-era history, with its first USA South Conference championship and a debut appearance in the NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament.
An outspoken member of the Asheville Art Museum’s board, the only current trustee to speak publicly about employee complaints of mistreatment, was recently ousted from the board and removed as a museum volunteer.
A big cut in prescription drug prices for some Medicare beneficiaries kicks in next year, but finding those savings isn’t easy.
After announcing plans last month to open a brick and mortar location in the Historic Seventh Avenue District of downtown Hendersonville, Hendersonville Toy Company is well on their way after a successful crowd investing campaign.
You’re probably familiar with the terms clean energy, green energy, and renewable energy from the news. You may even think that they mean roughly the same thing.
The Asheville Art Museum, glistening through its glass exterior in the downtown heart of Pack Square, earns acclaim for its prized collection of American and Appalachian artwork.
The city’s website now shows the near real-time location of garbage and recycling trucks as they drive along their collection routes.
The City of Hendersonville has begun its fall bulk leaf collection service for city residents. Bulk leaf collection will continue throughout the fall season and conclude on December 30.
Gorges State Park recently opened a family campground thanks to funds from the Connect N.C. Bond Project.