The National Weather Service said that "confidence is increasing" that remnants of Hurricane Ian could bring high winds and heavy rain to Western North Carolina this weekend, though forecasters ...
The Town of Mills River is hosting its first outdoor movie night at Mills River Park on Friday, Oct. 21. The event is free to attend and no pre-registration is required. The film "Hocus Pocus" (1993) ...
For the second consecutive year, the Hendersonville Police Department is inviting the community to National Night Out! from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 1300 Seventh Avenue East, the lot previously ...
Breeana Clayton, an Exceptional Children’s teacher at Hendersonville Middle School, was honored Friday as Henderson County's Beginning Teacher of the Year for 2022-2023.
The League of Women Voters of Henderson County is hosting a candidate meet-and-greet on Saturday, Oct. 1, and a School Board candidate forum Saturday, Oct. 8, ahead of the Nov. 8 general election.
Record demand from North American customers has led to a local expansion for Emtelle, a Scottish fiber cable maker that is making Fletcher its first U.S. location.
The remnants of Hurricane Ian could approach Western North Carolina this weekend, potentially packing high winds and heavy rain, although forecasters say confidence in the track at this time is low.
As it nears the end of the new long-range comprehensive planning process, the Henderson County Planning Board is inviting public input and feedback on the draft plan. Three more public meetings are ...
The Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra opens its historic 50th season with two October concerts featuring new Music Director/Conductor John Young Shik Concklin.
The Saluda Historic Depot's annual golf tournament fundraiser will be played this year at beautiful Bright’s Creek Golf Club and Equestrian Center in Mill Spring.
A church-based organization that treats people suffering from opioid addiction is seeking approval from Henderson County to convert a $1 million home in rural Saluda into a residential treatment ...
R. Charles "Charlie" Waters, a Navy veteran, graduate of both Duke and UNC, longtime, respected member of the Hendersonville bar, skilled story-teller and one-time Andy Rooney impersonator, died ...