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First Presbyterian Church celebrates 150 years

First Presbyterian Church celebrates 150 years

Born out of the destruction of a civil war, First Presbyterian Church of Hendersonville has quietly become a beacon of unity and hope in the community for 150 years. The historic brick church that has remained the one constant along an ever-evolving Gallatin Road officially marked its sesquicentennial on Oct. 9. “This is a really… Keep Reading

Lady Commandos capture District 10-AAA Title

Lady Commandos capture District 10-AAA Title

HENDERSONVILLE – The Hendersonville Lady Commandos repeated as District 10-AAA Tournament Champions following a 4-0 win over Gallatin Thursday night.  “You never get used to this,” Plummer said. “It’s like eating ice cream, you always want a little more. We got the job done tonight. It wasn’t always pretty, but we got the job done.… Keep Reading

Streambank work to begin at Patton Park, across Hendersonville

Streambank work to begin at Patton Park, across Hendersonville

Residents will soon see construction and restoration efforts taking place as part of Hendersonville’s Multi-Area Streambank Restoration Project. The project will restore about 11,000 linear feet of streambanks at 13 sites throughout the area. The plan aims to protect existing water and sewer infrastructure while improving stream health and water quality… Click here to view… Keep Reading

Brother Wolf Donor to Match Up to $4,000 in Donations

Brother Wolf Donor to Match Up to $4,000 in Donations

Brother Wolf Donor to Match Up to $4,000 in Donations Now through Oct. 25, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue will be promoting “Tricks for Treats,” a matching gift challenge that will raise money to buy toys, treats, and food for Brother Wolf’s animals in conjunction with the Halloween season. Tricks for Treats is made possible by… Keep Reading

Boyea's photo fetches $1,000 in cancer benefit auction

Boyea’s photo fetches $1,000 in cancer benefit auction

Boyea’s photo fetches $1,000 in cancer benefit auction Jubilation!, a photo by Henri Boyea of Henri B. Photography, received a high bid of $1,000 at the first annual Butterfly Benefit in Denver last month. A radon mitigation business owner and local photographer, Boyea currently has work displayed at ArtMob Studios downtown and Appalachian Coffee Co.… Keep Reading

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