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Panthers Strike Twice Late To Hold Off Blue Devils 5-3

The was no lack of fight in the Brevard Blue Devils Monday night, but unfortunately, a pair of late goals doomed the home side as Brevard fell 5-3 to Franklin. The two sides went back and forth all...

 

Transylvania Farmers' Market Kicks Off Halloweenfest Saturday

With a day of festive fun planned for downtown Brevard, the Transylvania Farmers' Market looks forward to kicking off Halloweenfest this Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon, with live music, face painting an...

 

PARI Announces 2020 Summer Astro Camps For Kids

The Learning Center at PARI recently announced its upcoming 2020 science/ astronomy summer camp schedule. The summer schedule includes two residential camp programs: Camp Above and Beyond, and Camp...

 

Debunking Common Myths Associated With Breast Cancer

Cancer claims the lives of millions of people across the globe every year. But the fight against cancer is anything but hopeless, as the World Health Organization notes that between 30 and 50 percent...

 

Foods With Ample Antioxidants May Prevent Cancer

The term "antioxidants" is frequently associated with cancer prevention. Antioxidants are helpful, but many people may not fully comprehend the role antioxidants play in fighting cancer. Antioxidants...

 

Dazzling Violin Duo Returns To Brevard – Brevard, NC

One award-winning, brilliantly reviewed guest artist makes for a satisfying musical afternoon, but on Sunday, Nov. 3, at 3 p.m. in the Porter Center at Brevard College, the Brevard Philharmonic will p...

 

A New Plan For Waste Is Needed For Transylvania County

Transylvania County’s landfill, located at 500 Howell Road, has less than nine years of useful life left, according to Kenn Webb, the Transylvania County Solid Waste director. And the topography, soil composition, and lack of available clay at the...

 

More Support For ALDI

I read Helen Coomer’s opinion article in the Oct. 13, 2019 issue of The Times and couldn’t agree more with her urging the city to do whatever they can to move forward quickly to bring an ALDI store to our community. I also drive to Arden to do... Full story

 

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