Enjoying nature a new way, but maybe not that new way ever again

Editor Clint Parker recounts an adventurous off-road Jeep ride in Henderson County.

Unassuming neighborhood hosted one of the last Civil War battles

One of the last battles of the Civil War took place in an unassuming North Asheville neighborhood

Company chooses Woodfin to build their first of its kind restaurant

A drive-through only Bojangles franchise, the first of its kind, is breaking ground on Weaverville Highway.

Blake known as knowledgeable, tough but fair in dealings

Herbert Blake, Hendersonville Police Chief for the past dozen years, is now the Deputy Chief Sheriff of Buncombe County.

J & D Produce is longtime fixture for fresh food

J & D Produce after a quarter-century remains a popular source of fresh fruit and vegetables on the edge of Downtown Hendersonville.

Budgeting Process targets appropriation bills

NC Senator Chuck Edwards speaks about public and private funding highlights of the 2020-21 state budget in this Op-Ed.

Virus delaying justice in the state’s court system

A court date has yet to be set for the 2017 arrest of Salvador Daniel Chavez-Gutierrez.

Congressional Committee Deputy Director fingers zoning as racist

Discussions have excluded consideration of a strategy that would reduce municipal policing power, lift burdens denying generational wealth creation to people of color, and cost local governments almost nothing.

Weaverville police already using ‘8 Can’t Wait’

Davis clarified that Weaverville Police has long incorporated each policy of the "8 Can't Wait" campaign to reduce police violence.

Congressional candidate Cawthorn rips Dems in local rally

Hendersonville native Cawthorn was enthusiastic and forceful at a local rally Aug. 5 — hurling fastball zingers and witty sharp curves at Democrats.