The 20th Annual DuPont Forest 12k Trail Race will take place on March 21, 2020. The ~7.4 mile course takes participants through the winding network of rolling single and double track trails and forest roads of DuPont State Forest, finally ending back at Guion Farms Parking Area.
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AdventHealth Hendersonville is excited to share the news that its first urgent care facility in Western North Carolina is now open.
Hundreds of employers offering thousands of career opportunities will be at the WNC Career Expo on April 1 at Harrah’s Cherokee Center – Asheville from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, sweethearts everywhere are searching far and wide for that perfect gift to give to loved ones during this romance-filled time of year — roses, chocolates & candy, a candle-lit dinner with wine, perhaps even a new four-legged friend.
Beginning Saturday, May 9, downtown Hendersonville’s Seventh Avenue District will host a brand-new weekly farmers market!
The Vestry of St. James Episcopal Church in Hendersonville recently announced the imminent closure of the St. James School for Little Folks.
Energy Efficiency is a proven clean energy resource that has a critical role to play in helping reduce our region’s persistently high energy bills and cutting carbon emissions that worsen the climate crisis, threaten public health, and damage our environment.
Some of America’s favorite snacks and beverages – from Lay’s and SunChips to Gatorade and Pepsi – will soon be made using electricity from renewable sources such as wind and solar.
Take the family on a weekend trip and discover a city that may just be in your own backyard. Here’s a list of wonderful free things to do in Hendersonville!
The cold weather makes it difficult to think about gardening, but there are a few things that you can do now to get your space ready for the spring.
The Alzheimer’s Association’s Western Carolina Chapter will host the Henderson County Alzheimer’s Community Forum on Wednesday, Feb. 26, to hear from local area residents.
Blue Ridge Community College students will now have a much easier time transferring to Lenoir-Rhyne University after the two institutions signed an articulation agreement guaranteeing admission to the four-year college for students who meet eligibility requirements.