Evening Gowns & Combat Boots: Local Vet Is Ms. Veteran America Semi-Finalist

Sarah Scully, a Army veteran, whose husband is a Green Beret, and whose two teenagers attend Madison Early College High School in Marshall, is a semi-finalist in the Ms. Veteran America competition. This competition raises money and awareness about female veteran homelessness, often caused by PTSD and MST while serving our country.

Library Group Gets New Logo From Art Students

"FOWL had been used a basic sketch of the library building as a de facto logo image, but the FOWL board of directors was interested in something a little more clear and classy,"

A-B Tech Culinary Grad Knows How to Win

Roman Nourse wasn't as interested as he thought he was in meteorology, but cooking was something he found to be worth all the time and resources it takes to be the very best.

Rhythm and Brews ‘Goes on the Fritz’ on July 18

The City of Hendersonville’s hottest summer concert series “goes on the fritz” with The Fritz headlining Rhythm & Brews on July 18.

People Enjoy Miniature Golf on New Course

The first full season of the City of Hendersonville’s new Laura E. Corn Mini Golf Course is drawing customers even in the extra heat of this new summer.

For an Unusual Adventure Visit Ellaberry Llama Farm

Farm tours, day hikes, educational field trips, a summer camp, and agility walks in the ring are all available for all ages, but by appointment.

Local Theater Offers Reading of Pulitzer-Nominated Play

The Pulitzer-nominated play 4000 Miles will be presented in Tryon on July 16 in an intimate staged reading of the dramatic comedy.

Emails Reveal Town Council Turmoil

Emails tell of the turmoil inside the town government as manager believes some on council working to fire her.

The 39 Steps and Xanadu the Musical: Uniquely Entertaining Theater!

Experience the zany charm and non-stop laughs of Alfred Hitchcock's "The 39 Steps" and the roller-skating musical adventure of "Xanadu" in Asheville's vibrant theater scene.

No End To Maple Trace Issue, STR Regulations

At the regular meeting, the council continued to wrestle with the Maple Trace Annexation and short-term rental regulations, both of which were debated ad nauseam and yet again delayed for action at a later date.