The City of Hendersonville will sponsor its popular Document Shred and Drug Take Back Event for City residents on Friday, June 12, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Gov. Roy Cooper (D) late in the afternoon of Friday, June 5, vetoed a bill that would have reopened private bars and clubs, as well as expanded outdoor seating in restaurants and brewpubs.Cooper signaled all along he would veto the measure, House Bill 536. He publicly expressed concerns about lawmakers taking away some of his […]
The horrifying death of George Floyd has set in motion events that could alter our nation’s future forever. Either for the betterment or destruction of our country.
The oldest continual community Fourth of July celebration in the state has been canceled, the 136th year of the event at the Beech community.
The National High School Rodeo Association (NHSRA) recently announced its winner for the North Carolina High School Rodeo Queen, and she’s a local from Weaverville.
The NC Senate plans to vote Tuesday, June 9, on legislation that would reopen gyms, bars, and expand in-person dining at restaurants.
Parks in Asheville and Hendersonville are open, including dog parks, outdoor courts, fields, boat accesses and fishing ponds.
According to Weaverville Police Chief Ron Davis, there were about 75 citizens who attended a demonstration over the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minnesota police officer Thursday evening (June 4) on Main Street in Weaverville, which lasted from 5 pm - 7 pm.
Marcie Molton Burlett is among local teachers who are making memorable bonding with students nearing summer vacation.
What started as a peaceful protest on a Sunday afternoon (May 31) by demonstrators over the death of George Floyd turned into riots over a series of nights after that ending in vandalism, rubber bullets, tear gas and arrests.