Bars and gyms statewide will remain closed for at least five more weeks as the state remains in Phase 2 amid a worldwide pandemic.
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Across North Carolina, election officials have worked for many months to ensure accessible, safe, and accurate elections in 2020, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
The executive order that prohibited utility disconnections and late payment fees ended on July 29, 2020, at 11:59 pm. Hendersonville Water & Sewer is reminding customers who are delinquent in their payments to contact Customer Service who will work with them to set up a payment plan.
Governor Roy Cooper recently announced appointments for boards and commissions throughout North Carolina. Among the appointments are several residents of Western North Carolina.
For those who missed the July 15 tax deadline and didn’t request an extension, the Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers about some important tips, including filing electronically as soon as possible to reduce potential penalties.
Transylvania County Tourism, through its sustainability committee Transylvania Always, has launched a special “Leave It Better” initiative.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is increasing recreational access at campgrounds in both Virginia and North Carolina.
Funding is now available to help North Carolinians in crisis pay cooling or heating bills or secure cooling or heating resources.
The Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority (GARAA) has finalized its purchase of Broadmoor Golf Links. In addition, the GARAA executed a management agreement with DreamCatcher Broadmoor to operate and manage the golf course on behalf of the Airport Authority.
It only takes one storm to change your life and community. Tropical cyclones are among nature’s most powerful and destructive phenomena.
As the state’s largest provider of licensed school-age childcare, the YMCA of Western North Carolina is enhancing its childcare programs to meet the needs of working parents as area schools reopen under Plan B and Plan C.
The Better Business Bureau of Southern Piedmont and Western NC is warning consumers about a series of scam phone calls that have been flooding the region.