On October 2nd Bullington Gardens' quilt winner was announced: Carrie Blair from Brevard.
The Henderson County Republican Headquarters, Madison Cawthorn’s residence, as well as many signs and large billboards throughout Henderson and Transylvania counties were vandalized.
There was a large attendance to meet the candidate for Lieutenant Governor, Mark Robinson at the Republican Headquarters in Asheville on October 10th.
Local government is doing a lot, rightly, for urban and youthful populations, but what about the panhandlers on just about every highway interchange?
A Hendersonville company, Advance Wheelchair Transportation, goes the extra mile to make non-emergency medical transportation to those with physical limitations a “concierge experience.”
Jeff Shipman of S.E. Asphalt has requested that Henderson County conditionally rezone a 6.5-acre portion of land, located off Spartanburg Highway so that he can construct an asphalt drum plant in East Flat Rock.
Hendersonville's annual apple festival parade was cancelled due to COVID-19. Instead, Downtown Hendersonville held a Labor Day celebration.
NC Stage is bringing a virtual production to viewers and selling tickets—using modern technology, through Zoom. They are presenting a one-man show based on the gripping memoir by Tim Tyson. Mike Wiley on September 10-27 will perform “Blood Done Sign my Name” on Zoom to an audience.
It is important that North Carolinians know that voting by mail in North Carolina is not the same as the current national discussion of a mail-in ballot.
The Blue Ridge Community College is able to host their free monthly summer music concert on its campus—by the lake as they have in the past. The first concert will be on July 26th, from 5 pm to 7 pm, which is a little later than usual due to the pandemic. The outdoor lake setting, of course, allows for social distancing, and attendants need to bring blankets, a picnic, and chairs to