Get behind the headlines every Thursday morning at 8:05 am with Bill Moss, Editor and Publisher of The Hendersonville Lightning and HendersonvilleLightning.Com, and Mark Warwick, General Manager at WTZQ Radio.
Lighting Thursday is sponsored by Fletcher Park Inn – Henderson County’s best kept retirement secret!
Listen to the latest episodes:
Parking garage plans downtown/4 more chapters for Highland Lake Road improvement project/upcoming candidate forums
New boutique hotel, spa and restaurant/pro-road advocates counter effort to kill Highland Lake Road improvements/new restaurants/”Pooch” Pace WLOS person of the year and more
Congressman Meadows not running for re-election/competitive election races take shape/Flat Rock Village Council asks DOT to drop Highland Lake Rd project and more
New Dairi-O and Chick-Fil-A/Craven to lead School Board/Four Seasons Politics/downtown Christmas lights and more
Mayor Bob Staton feature/Flat Rock Village sign ordinance/candidate filings/New White Duck Taco restaurant and more
Season of giving issue -focus on area non-profits — Non profits & volunteers saving Government money/glance boxes and volunteer profiles/area season briefs and more
Steve Caraker unfinished council business/Rick Wood retires from school board/Clear Creek Rd housing development/ Greenway expansion and more
Election results/Lightning receives Chamber award/Fire Chief resignation/Stroupe murder trial update and more
Flat Rock Village campaign drama/Big grower to take over part of 7 Falls/Roundabout delayed/Flat Rock Playhouse 2020 season announced and more
HHS construction timeline/Opp House lawsuit/Four Seasons politics/Dish on dining and entertainment and more
2019 Voter Guide/Halfway Tree mobile home park sewer fix/Bond money restores NCDOT projects and more
Restaurant news/Tight corner in Flat Rock/roundabout opening delayed/Hendersonville High School construction public meeting/ and more
Serpentine Solution part 2/River access in Mills River/I-26 construction contract/FRP Cinematastic Review
Main Street Serpentine/Mills River hot over water access/Battle of the Badges/Honor Flight this Saturday and more…
Flat Rock Village Campaign/Pub-cycle in Hendo?/Grady Hawkins retires/heirloom apples and more
President Bush1992 Apple festival visit/This years apple crop quality/Budgie the parakeet comes back and more
Potential Ecusta Trail business/Healthcare for the neediest/Prep football review/Blue Ridge Community College improvemnt and more
Ecusta Trail/Flat Rock Village contention/City Council feedback sessions and more
Active shooter drill/Interloop roads on City wish list/County Manager contract extension/NCDOT plans new access for HHS/Friends of the Library Book Sale and more
Homeowners, village seek action against mobile hole park pollution/District 113 seat crucial for veto override/GOP says NC key to Trump re-election/City street paving schedule/and more.
Erkwood-Shepherd Detour/First look at Grey Hosiery Apartments/Buncombe County Commissioner indicted/much more!
Parade Line up/Fletcher Turns 30/New Apple Ambassador/Laurel Park Budget/IAM Fashion Show
Matt Mannine fills in for Bill Moss while he’s away.
Tax base rises/Flat Rock sign fight/County delays taproot decision and more
Gay pride proclamation/Opportunity House probe/Sam Neill released/Sheriff responds to 287g
New HHS student body President/WNC Flyer/New restaurants and bar/Ask Matt/Main street accreditation/Land eyed for Saluda shooting range now conserved forever
Laurel Park New Manager/Laurel Park Bans Burning/Chuck Edwards Boy Scout Award/County-City Water Rates/New Restaurants
Commissioners endorse 191 widening/County tax rates/Chuck McGrady retiring/Summer Festival Guide
City & County 2020 budgets/Clifton Shipman Award/Red Oak for Dr Volk/New Clerk sworn in
UNC Charlotte shooting/County IT Director passes away/Sheriff Griffin continues 287g/DOT improvements downtown
New park in Fletcher/library safety/NC 191 widening project/2019 Walk of Fame inductees
GE Plant sold/ ERA/ Taproot Development/ Kids From Here
This program is brought to you each and every week, and the podcasts are available anytime.