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State Official Visits Brevard To Support 'Historic' Tax Credits - Brevard NC

Joe Moore Resigns As City Manager -Brevard NC

Joe Moore resigned Tuesday morning as Brevard city manager. After a closed session to discuss a personnel matter, City Council accepted Moore's resignation, effective Tuesday, according to City...

Restoring A 'Mighty Giant' Focus Of CMLC Presentation - Brevard NC

With average heights reaching more than 80 feet and trunk diameters measuring as much as 12 feet, American chestnut trees once dominated the forests of the eastern United States, ranging from Alabama to Maine and earning the species the moniker of...

State Official Visits Brevard To Support 'Historic' Tax Credits - Brevard NC

On an "awareness tour" promoting the need to reinstate the historic preservation tax credit, N.C. Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz stopped in Brevard last Thursday to highlight what she...

Davidson River Was Commercial Center

On Aug. 1, 1783 both James Davidson and Benjamin Davidson applied to the State of North Carolina for land along the French Broad River. The process completing these sales was not finalized until Nov. ...

Blue Devil Tennis Pounds Pisgah 9-0 Thursday – Brevard NC

The undefeated Brevard High School varsity boys' tennis team topped visiting Pisgah 9-0 Thursday afternoon in home conference action. The Blue Devils had little trouble with the Black Bears, despite...

BC Men's Lacrosse Takes Second SAC Win Of Season – Brevard NC

The Brevard College men’s lacrosse team picked up its second South Atlantic Conference (SAC) win of the season during a 9-8 win over Tusculum on Saturday afternoon at Pioneer Field. The Tornados, who have their most wins in conference play during...

London To Address Parkinson's Group – Brevard NC

Richard London will be the "Parkinson's Awareness" month speaker, April 14. The support group meets at 10 a.m. in the fellowship hall of the Brevard-Davidson River Presbyterian Church. The public is...

News of Organizations

AARP AARP Chapter 8 will meet Wednesday, April 8, at 10:15 a.m. in Room 17 at Opportunity House, located at 1411 Asheville Highway in Hendersonville. There will be refreshments, a brief business meeting with a program, “Compassionate Home...

Thompsons Receive Beulah Zachary Award – Brevard NC

Brevard Little Theatre (BLT) celebrated its 80th Anniversary/Volunteer Celebration Friday, March 13, with a potluck dinner at the theatre location. It was a festive evening culminating with the...

Digital Technologies Have Adverse Effects

These new books are now available at the Transylvania County Library: Fiction Adler-Olsen, Jussi. “The Alphabet House.” Pilots Teasdale and Young are on an investigative mission in search of Nazi built factories when their plane is shot down....

Sarah McCormick

Sarah Ida Lackey McCormick, 80, of Bessemer City, N.C., died March 25, 2015 at Shelby Hospital. A native of Gaston County, N.C., she was the daughter of the late Sarah Susan Kincaid Lackey and...

Lillian Cabe Morris

Lillian Cabe Morris, 88, of Brevard, passed away March 26, 2015. A native of Sylva, N.C., she was the daughter of the late Otis and Victoria Hall Cabe. In addition to her parents, her husband, Roy H. ...

State Autocrats

For all their talk about preserving democracy, the Constitution and people’s rights, the actions of many in the General Assembly betray their words. In fact, their actions are more autocratic than democratic. One of their latest anti-democratic...

Event Calendar

Visit our events calendar for a list of recent events. New event submissions are always...