Gearing up for Apple Festival in Hendersonville

The 77th King Apple Festival will again take place over Labor Day weekend with many exciting activities planned.

These Bears in Hendersonville are Extra Docile

The 21st summer outdoor Bearfootin’ Art Walk in Downtown Hendersonville culminates with a live auction on Oct. 21.

City of Hendersonville Invites Community to Serve on Local Gov’t Boards 

The City of Hendersonville invites community members to participate in local government by serving on a board, committee, or commission. Serving on local government boards is one of the leading ways residents can make a positive impact on the future of Hendersonville. The City Council is accepting applications for a variety of board appointments. Applications […]

Hendersonville’s New Parking Deck Opens, Meter Fees Kick In

Parking is more plentiful in Downtown Hendersonville, but it is costing more to help pay for the new parking structure.

Local Chapter of DAR Honors Four Seniors for Citizenship

The Joseph McDowell Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recognized four high school seniors in Hendersonville for their citizenship at a luncheon meeting.

Movie is Getting Filmed at Biltmore House, Train Depot

Two local historic landmarks drift back 77 years for a time travel film.

Bearcats “BeDevil” Brevard, West Remains Unbeaten

Big Cats pounced on loose balls as HHS won a defensive battle, to solidify its hold on second place and a playoff berth.

Bearcats Poke Polk; AHS, ACR, West Roll

Football league title elimination games are underway, as the contending fields thin.

Lowrance Surpasses 300 Volleyball Wins at West

West Henderson’s mother (Jan Stanley) and daughter (Tiffany Lowrance) volleyball head coaching combo has exceeded 1,000 wins in the past half-century.

Bearcats Zoom by Erwin as Skilled Squads Clash

Hendersonville and its new quarterback showed what it can do, ahead of football openers for Henderson County teams. The other three local teams return superb QBs.