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- Metcalf appointed U.S. magistrate judge November 14, 2018
- Winter storm expected to bring sleet and freezing rain November 14, 2018A winter storm bringing heavy rain, possible flooding, freezing rain and sleet is forecast tonight tonight and early Thursday. Higher elevations could see up to an inch of sleet and quarter inch of ice, raising the risk of treacherous roads and power outages.
- Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning November 14, 2018You won't want to miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning, on the street now. It's a 72-page issue filled with all local information, news and people.
- Season of Giving in this week's Lightning November 14, 2018
- Health Dept. investigating a case of whooping cough November 13, 2018The Henderson County Department of Public Health received a positive laboratory result of whooping cough in a school-age child that had contact with other people in Henderson County and warned residents to take precautions against spread of infectious diseases.
- Greenway plan envisions 71-mile network of trails November 13, 2018Henderson County has been talking formally and informally about greenways since the early 1990s and even had a greenway commission that adopted a map depicting 200 miles of bike and walking trails.
- HPU Poll Looks At Social Media November 14, 2018HIGH POINT -- A recent HPU Poll finds that majorities (54 percent) of North Carolinians have seen someone try to socially or physically intimidate another person through the use of social media. About one-third (36 percent) said that they have not seen this type of behavior, and 10 percent are not sure.
- Governor Declares Education Week November 13, 2018ERWIN -- Governor Roy Cooper proclaimed November 12-16 as American Education Week in a visit to Gentry Primary School in Harnett County. Created and sponsored by the National Education Association and the American Legion, American Education Week celebrates public schools and the role they play in providing opportunities for students and strengthening our communities.
- CMG Captures News Awards November 13, 2018CONCORD -- Curtis Media Group’s news operation received six awards at the recent joint convention of the Associated Press and the Radio and Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas held at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday, Nov. 10.
- Cooper Promotes Veteran Hiring November 12, 2018RALEIGH -- As part of Military Family Appreciation Month, Military Veterans Small Business Week and the observance of Veterans Day, Governor Roy Cooper declared November 12 - 16, 2018 Employ a Veteran Week in North Carolina.
- Leonard Bernstein’s Philharmonic debut makes front-page news April 1, 2010At a time when classical music received nearly as much coverage as professional sports in the popular press, it was major news indeed when an unknown 25-year-old led the nation’s most important symphony orchestra in a Carnegie Hall concert broadcast live to a radio audience in the millions. For ...
- Baby Fae dies March 4, 2010“Baby Fae,” a month-old infant who had received a baboon-heart transplant, dies at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Loma Linda, California. The infant, named Baby Fae by doctors to protect her parents’ anonymity, was born with hypoplastic left-heart syndrome, an almost always fatal ...