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HHS ‘BasketCats’ Dominate M6 Foes

Unbeaten Hendersonville Bearcats are obliterating the opposition in basketball.

I-26 Widening to Take Three More Years

Widening of I-26 will take three more years — along 18 miles from AVL to HVL, from two to four lanes each way.

TCR Reaches Semis, West KOs Top Seed

T.C. Roberson reached the state semifinals in 3A volleyball playoffs, while West Henderson knocked off the West Region’s number one seed as its postseason highlight.

Blair Myhand is New HPD Chief

Blair Myhand, Hendersonville’s new police chief, impressed city officials with his strong leadership skills and emphasis on strict standards and community outreach in policing.

No Permit Issued in Fatal Wall Collapse

A masonry worker was crushed to death after a 12-foot-high concrete retaining wall his crew was working on collapsed on him and three co-workers, at the Hajoca Corp. parking lot in Hendersonville on Jan. 13.

Losing a Local Human Treasure of History

Tom Orr, who left this earth’s stage last week from a heart attack at age 81, graced us with his spectacular historical plays and immense contributions as a longtime educator and historian.

‘Phi Rama Slama’: TCR Blasts into Playoffs

T.C. Roberson unleashes a state championship-caliber volleyball squad of tall athletes in playoffs this week.

Enka Eager to Make Volleyball Playoffs

Volleyball playoffs start next week, with second-ranked T.C. Roberson eager for a state title and quarantined West Henderson as well as North Henderson also poised for title quests.

Pharr Davis Joins the Presidential Fitness Council

Hendersonville native Jennifer Pharr Davis, a renowned distance speed hiker and adventurer, takes her message for outdoor fitness and health onto a bigger stage than ever with her appointment to the President’s Council for Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition.

DA Newman on Pandemic & Jury

The wheels of justice are spinning slower and more remotely during the pandemic.