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Newest Farmers Market is at the Train Depot

The new Hendersonville Farmer's Market is at the Historic Hendersonville Train Depot at 650 Maple St. off Seventh Avenue, Saturdays 8 am to 1 pm.

Sky is limit for Air Force Academy pilot trainee Mike Schmidt

Mike Schmidt made sensational split-second decisions in open field football running for Hendersonville Bearcats then Air Force Falcons, and next will make snap decisions in open-air maneuvers in military pilot training.

Online sports forums soaring during pandemic

Sports enthusiasts are filling the void of no major team sporting events by surfing the Internet on free sports sites for opinion debates and trivia tidbits.

These bears are colorful, cheerful visitors

Peaceful black bears are quietly guarding Downtown Hendersonville all summer long.

Patterson, Porter, Pickens, Hillier Among WNC Winners

WNC Sports Awards have announced local winners for 2019-20.

Cawthorn shows toughness & enthusiasm in race for GOP bid

Hendersonville native Madison Cawthorn is putting charisma and enthusiasm behind staunch conservative positions, in his effort to defeat Lynda Bennett June 23 for the Republican nomination for the 11th U.S. Congressional District.

Homecoming: Luke Manuel is West Principal

Luke Manuel is West Henderson High School’s principal, returning to lead his alma mater after sparkling there as a scholar-athlete a quarter-century ago.

Bennett backed by Trump, Meadows in run-off for GOP nomination

Lynda Bennett has backing of Pres. Donald Trump and Mark Meadows, Trump’s new chief of staff, in her pursuit of succeeding Meadows in Congress in the U.S. House 11th District for western North Carolina. Bennett, 62, of Maggie Valley, squares off against Hendersonville’s Madison Cawthorn in the run-off GOP primary on Tuesday, June 23.  Early […]

‘Open Streets’ on Main working, now twice Monthly

Hendersonville's Main Street will close to vehicular traffic twice a month at least into early August, expanding sidewalk dining space and catering to pedestrians to try to boost downtown business.

ACT Storytelling, Magnetic’s Play Fest Among Shows online

Local theaters are monetizing productions online to get through their prolonged Coronavirus-triggered shutdown, such as Asheville Community Theatre shows and a festival of one-act plays in Magnetic Theatre.