Stephens Graduates from ETSU

Elizabeth Stephens of Weaverville received her Bachelors of Science degree in Health Sciences with a Human Health Concentration from East Tennessee State University (ETSU) on December 12th.

Court House Inn is Planned for Hendersonville

The Court House Inn, a boutique hotel planned near the historic Henderson County Courthouse and Curb Market, has secured rezoning to proceed ahead.

At this Point, It’s Just too Much to Ask.

Small business owners have had a lot to worry about this year. It has really been one worry after another for these small business owners who, in some cases, poured their entire life savings along with their heart and soul into their business. 

Boutique Has Perfect Pieces for Holidays

During this holiday season, Life Styled Boutique is opening a pop-up store at the Asheville Outlet Mall.

Shipmans to Turn Cedars into Hotel, Condos

Tom and Fran Shipman have shifted their plans for The Cedars Lodge and Spa from a hotel with some condominiums to a condominium resort with a few hotel rooms.

Biz Thanks Community for Successful Toys Drive

The recent Edward Jones Toys for Tots Campaign in the Leicester community was a great success

Council on Obelisk: Risks Outweigh Benefits

On the current agenda, Mayor Esther Manheimer had moved discussion of what to do with the Vance Monument

Storage Wars Leads to Windfall of History

Storage Wars! Have you ever watched that show on A&E? Can you believe your museum, The Weaverville Dry Ridge Museum, was a part of that fantasy turned reality last week?

How Are Police Enforcing Mask Orders?

NC Governor Roy Cooper, back from a re-election win in the 2020 election, has in Executive Order #180 tightened mask restrictions giving local law enforcement the power to fine businesses not following the mandate.

Feeling Jolly, not ‘Grinchy’ in ‘Whoville’

Downtown Hendersonville took on the fantasy identity of Dr. Suess' "Whoville" on Saturday, to radiate its small-town holiday charm.