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- City man charged with child sex abuse February 15, 2019A 76-year-old Hendersonville man was jailed under a $150,000 bond after his arrest Wednesday on child sex abuse charges, the sheriff's office said.
- Rain forecast delays Greenville Hwy. roundabout work February 15, 2019Work that was expected to close Greenville Highway at Erkwood Drive and Shepherd Street on Friday has been postponed for a week because of expected rain this weekend, an NCDOT spokesman said.
- Pat Jones, a leader in education, church and community, dies at 78 February 14, 2019Pat Jones would have loved the event in the Hendersonville Middle School library on Thursday.
- Legislator served with domestic violence order February 13, 2019State Rep. Cody Henson, R-Transylvania, was served with a domestic violence protection order late last month, records from the Transylvania County Courthouse show.
- Donation expands DuPont State Forest by 400 acres February 13, 2019Conserving Carolina has transferred 402 acres of land to the North Carolina Forest Service to expand Dupont State Recreational Forest while conserving key headwater streams and adding to a 100,000-acre corridor of conserved land.
- Search turns up meth, coke, pills, pot and guns February 13, 2019The Henderson County Sheriff’s Office SWAT and Drug Enforcement Team charged a 41-year-old Stepp Mill Road woman with seven drug-related charges after they executed a search warrant ather home.
- DMV Adds License Examiners February 15, 2019RALEIGH - As part of the effort to improve customer service at driver license offices statewide, the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles will add 15 new driver license examiner graduates to 14 offices next week.
- Elon Poll Looks At Alcohol Sales February 12, 2019ELON -- A recent Elon University Poll has found that a majority of North Carolinians support changing how the state regulates retail liquor sales, with 52 percent in favor of the state closing ABC stores and allowing private businesses to sell liquor.
- Cooper Names Beasley As Chief Judge February 12, 2019RALEIGH -- Governor Roy Cooper named Associate Justice Cheri Beasley as Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
- New Report Looks At Child Poverty February 11, 2019RALEIGH - Nearly 1 million children in North Carolina live in poor or low-income homes, according to U.S. census figures. The nonprofit group NC Child has released a series of reports on the longer-term effects of poverty on children.
- State Announces New Medicaid Plans February 4, 2019RALEIGH -- The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced the selection of Prepaid Health Plans that will participate in Medicaid managed care when the program launches in November 2019.
- The most daring act of the age February 9, 2010During the First Barbary War, U.S. Lieutenant Stephen Decatur leads a military mission that famed British Admiral Horatio Nelson calls the “most daring act of the age.” In June 1801, President Thomas Jefferson ordered U.S. Navy vessels to the Mediterranean Sea in protest of continuing raids against ...
- Castro sworn in February 9, 2010On February 16, 1959, Fidel Castro is sworn in as prime minister of Cuba after leading a guerrilla campaign that forced right-wing dictator Fulgencio Batista into exile. Castro, who became commander in chief of Cuba’s armed forces after Batista was ousted on January 1, replaced the more moderate ...