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Domestic Violence Victims Have New Resource To Turn To

A large number of people Tuesday turned out for the ribbon cutting of the Transylvania County Family Resource Center, which will provide help and services to victims of domestic and... — Updated 3/21/2018

 By John Lanier    News

Academy To Hire School Resource Officer

Last Wednesday evening, a month to the date after the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Fla., the Brevard Academy: A Challenge Foundation Academy Board of Directors voted unanimously to employ a school resource officer... — Updated 3/19/2018

 By Derek McKissock    News

Local GOP Gathers

Unfunded pension and health care liabilities are the most serious threat to North Carolina's and the country's financial future, said Dale Folwell, the North Carolina state... — Updated 3/14/2018

 By Derek McKissock    News

Mahoney Highlights Recruitment Challenges

Sheriff David Mahoney has been “sounding the alarm” about recruiting and retaining qualified people for his office for the past two years. In the past, he’s been asked whether he was “pushing the panic button.” Mahoney... — Updated 3/5/2018


Competitive Salaries

On today’s front page, readers will find a story in which Transylvania County Sheriff David Mahoney reported to the county commissioners the difficulty of recruiting and retaining law enforcement officers. Scrutiny of law... — Updated 3/5/2018

 By Staff Reports    News

Hemphill, Mahoney Will Square Off Again For Sheriff

Incumbent David Mahoney and William Hemphill will again run for Transylvania County Sheriff, while Kelvin Phillips has not filed for another term on the Board of Commissioners. Filing for the May 8 primaries ended Wednesday. In... — Updated 2/28/2018


Filing For May 8 Primary Ends On Wednesday

Filing for the May 8 primary ends at noon on Wednesday. As of this morning, the following candidates have filed to run in the primaries: •Incumbent David Mahoney has filed for the Republican primary for sheriff. •Incumbent... — Updated 2/26/2018

 By Staff Reports    News

Brown Files For Clerk Position

Kristi B. Brown, clerk of Superior Court in Transylvania County, will seek the Republican Party nomination for the office in the May 8 primary. Brown has been with the clerk's... — Updated 2/26/2018

 By Derek McKissock    News

Filing For Local, State And National Races Continues

As of this Wednesday morning, the following candidates have filed to run in the May primaries: •Incumbent David Mahoney has filed for the Republican primary for sheriff. •Incumbent Marty Griffin has filed for the Democratic... — Updated 2/21/2018

 By Staff Reports    News

Filing Continues

As of this morning, the following candidates have filed to run in the May primaries: •Incumbent David Mahoney has filed for the Republican primary for sheriff. •Incumbent Marty Griffin has filed for the Democratic primary for t... — Updated 2/19/2018


Sheriff, Clerk File For Primary

A number of candidates have filed, so far. to run in the May 8 primaries. As of Wednesday morning, the following have filed: •Incumbent David Mahoney has filed for the Republican primary for sheriff. •Incumbent Kristi Brown... — Updated 2/14/2018

 By John Lanier    News

Board Sees Draft Budget

The Transylvania County Board of Education received it first draft of the local portion of the budget for the coming 2018-19 school year during a board workshop session last Monday evening. Superintendent Dr. Jeff McDaris informed... — Updated 2/13/2018

 By Derek McKissock    News

Filing For May 8 Primary Begins This Monday

Filing for the May 8 primaries, which include races for county commissioner, school board and sheriff, begins at noon, Monday. The filing period ends at noon, Wednesday, Feb. 28. Filing for the following contests takes place at... — Updated 2/7/2018


Man Accused Of Attacking Another With A Machete - Pisgah Forest, NC

A man faces a felony charge after a report of an assault in which a machete was allegedly used as the weapon at 6:45 p.m., Sunday, on the Asheville Highway, according to... — Updated 2/5/2018

 By Matt McGregor    News

Deputy Cited In Wreck

Trevor Queen, the Transylvania County Sheriff’s deputy who was involved in a traffic accident this past Thursday in Asheville, has received a traffic citation from the Asheville Police Department for reckless driving to... — Updated 1/31/2018

 By Derek McKissock    News

Partisan Board Election Coming

Filing for the May 8 primaries begins Feb. 12 and will include for the first time partisan elections for the Transylvania County Board of Education. As previously reported, in 2016 Chris Whitmire, then state representative for... — Updated 1/15/2018


David Mahoney Seeks Another Term As Sheriff

Transylvania County Sheriff David Mahoney announced Tuesday that he will seek re-election this year. Mahoney, a 26-year veteran of the Sheriff’s Office, was first elected sheriff in 2006 and re-elected in 2010 and 2014. Over the... — Updated 1/3/2018


Transylvania Records Another Big Year For News (April - June)

Editor's Note: The following are some of the top news stories that appeared in The Transylvania Times during 2017. APRIL •Brevard was selected as a top retirement destination by... — Updated 12/29/2017


Christmas Parade: Thank you from the Chamber

The staff, volunteers and Board of Directors of the Brevard/Transylvania Chamber of Commerce would like to sincerely thank the following individuals and organizations for their help and participation in the 46th Annual Downtown... — Updated 12/13/2017

 By Derek McKissock    News

County Approves Building Contract

The contract to build a new 60,750-square-foot light industrial building in Brevard was approved last week by the Board of Commissioners during their regular meeting. Commissioners awarded the contract to the Harper Corporation,... — Updated 12/4/2017


'Men For Change' Will Walk At Twilight Tour, Christmas Parade - Brevard, NC

‘Tis the season for giving, advocating and lending a helping hand. SAFE, Inc. of Transylvania County will have their “Men for Change” campaign join the Brevard Twilight Tour and Christmas Parade. About 100 men are expected... — Updated 12/1/2017

 By Derek McKissock    News

Reaction Given To Court Decision

Editor’s Note: Last week, Transylvania County commissioners unanimously voted to build a new courthouse — currently estimated to cost $31.1 million — beside the law enforcement facility on Morris Road in Brevard. It’s antic... — Updated 11/20/2017

 By Derek McKissock    News

Center For Domestic Violence Victims Moving Forward

A move to allow local victims of domestic violence to get the support and the services they may need beneath one roof took a step forward Tuesday. The Transylvania County Board of Commissioners voted during its rescheduled regular... — Updated 9/20/2017


Church Activities

Brevard-Davidson River Presbyterian Again this Sunday, donations for hurricane victims will be collected, along with our monthly Five Cents a Meal offering. Keith Thompson’s message for the morning will be, “The Hard Truth... — Updated 9/13/2017

 By Matt McGregor    News

Search For Stroupe Entailed Large Response

As fugitive Phillip Stroupe II was beginning his five-day retreat from law enforcement into the Pisgah National Forest on Saturday, July 22, Eddie Gunter, the Transylvania County Sheriff Office’s chief deputy, was just trying to... — Updated 8/17/2017


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