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Intense Differing on Economy & Health Care

Congressional candidates Moe Davis and Madison Cawthorn sparred in recent debates, over insuring illegal immigrants and other health care and economic issues ahead of the election on Nov. 3.

Beware of election ‘ballot harvesters’

Absentee ballots can be requested up to Oct. 27 at 5 pm, a week ahead of the Nov. 3 general election, but people are urged to request and send back those ballots extra early to better ensure they are counted.

Ballot fraud concerns

Election fraud is a simmering issue in the Nov. 3 election, centering on potential manipulation.

Conservative Tim Moffitt eager to return to Raleigh

Tim Moffitt is eager to return to Raleigh as a state representative to resume the fight for lower state taxes, spending and regulations — this time to represent his birth home District 117.

Josh Remillard is Democrats’ Hopeful for District 117

Josh Remillard is most outspoken on the environment, education and Medicaid expansion as the Democrats’ candidate for State House District 117 for northern Henderson County. The Mills River resident beat Danae Aicher of Hendersonville in the Democratic primary March 3. He is on the Nov. 3 ballot against Republican Tim Moffitt. Joshua Michael Remillard, 36, […]

Sen. Chuck Edwards touts funding achievements

State Sen. Chuck Edwards of Hendersonville proudly points to achievements he and Republican colleagues have made in recent months in such areas as jobs and the economy, the budget, and pandemic financial relief.

Democrat candidate Brian Caskey calls for expanded Medicaid

State Senate challenger Brian Caskey calls for expanded Medicaid in North Carolina, as he takes on Sen. Chuck Edwards.

NASA-STEM join to present Interactive Science Exhibit

A touring interactive science exhibit about the sun and earth is in Downtown Hendersonville for over a month, joining forces of NASA research with STEM curriculum.

Dry Falls Brewing expands outdoors, adapting to state limits

Dry Falls Brewing Co. is a classic case of a local business turning a major drawback into positives, by greatly expanding its outdoor seating and year-round capacity to adapt to pandemic restrictions.

Online survey seeks to help new police chief with policing issues and priorities

The local public can tell City of Hendersonville officials about priority police-related issues and policies and most pivotal qualities to look for in the next police chief, in an online survey conducted through Sept. 11.