For more than an hour and a half, Woodfin Town Commissioners listened to a pair of audio speakers at a public hearing period and received live comments from 34 persons via Zoom.
The Town of Weaverville hosted, at the Weaverville United Methodist Church, a memorial observance in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day last Monday.
“This is going to be a major project,” said developer John Holdsworth who is looking to spend more than $500 million on a project in Woodfin, which will increase the town’s population by 50%.
The Erwin High Warriors gymnasium now sports a new red and white paint job bearing the name of a well-known former Clyde A. Erwin High coach and teacher.
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.
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.
Many Scouts throughout WNC have continued to meet, camp, and perform community service.
The Girl Scouts are rolling out a new treat just in time for cookie season.
The tradition of fun-filled festivities for the 23rd annual Blowing Rock WinterFest will continue again this year.
Recently the Cadettes of Girl Scout Troop 1819 out of Polk County began a journey to help save the critically endangered American red wolf.