What happened to the flags at the Weaverville Post Office?

Rumors of the American Flag and the POW flag being stolen from the Weaverville Post Office are not true.

Blue eggs, loving care distinguishes the fruitland Farmstead

Fruitland Farmstead owners Mark and Lauren Kaisoglus are joyously enjoying farm living after shedding city life and livening the Hendersonville Farmers Market with unusual blue eggs and a hen cam.

Brookstone holds community park grand opening

A Sunday evening (June 28) celebration marked the opening of Brookstone Park.

‘Fraternity of Police’ President shares other side of the story: Part I

The Tribune spoke with Rondell Lance, president of the local Fraternal Order of Police to find out what was on the list of negotiating points police officers were bringing to the table.

Country’s independence day celebration a bit different this year

Fourth of July celebrations across Western North Carolina were muted this year with only a few towns and groups conducting fireworks displays or holding events.

2nd Annual Light Up the Night 5K at Carrier Park

The 2nd Annual Light Up the Night 5K is set for Friday, August 7th at Carrier Park, Asheville, North Carolina and this year the nighttime charity run means more than ever. Proceeds from this event directly benefit the Western Carolina Rescue Ministry, which exists to serve the homeless, poor and addicted populations of Western North […]

Reems Creek Nursery plants community

In an innovative effort to curb food waste and bolster self-reliance, Reems Creek Nursery is donating food destined for Beacon of Hope food pantry in Marshall. 

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.

North Buncombe student one of six picked in AgYouth program

A graduating senior of North Buncombe High School is one of six students from across the state to be chosen for the 2019-2020 AgYouth Leadership Award Program.