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Firing of County Animal Shelter Manager Shocks Volunteers, Veterinarians

Pine Siskins and Kestrels: What the Annual Christmas Count Says about Birds and Their Environment

County Accepts $2 Million Grant for Utility Expansion to Attract Affordable Housing

Packages, Packages: The Rewards and Trials of Postal Workers During the Holiday Season

School Board Opts for Much New Construction, Little Renovation, in Revised Schools Plans

School Board Rejects Land Sale for Urgently Needed Affordable Housing Project

County Receives $7 Million from State to Make Big Utilities Improvements

Downtown Brevard Celebrates Start of Christmas Shopping Season and an Investment Boom

Unaffiliated County Commissioner David Guice Says He Will Not Seek Reelection

Brevard Public Works Director David Lutz Found Not Guilty on All Charges

Lutz Testifies He "Didn't Have a Clue" about Handling Hazardous Waste

City Manager Announces He Will Follow Mayor into Retirement

Not David Lutz's Actions, but His Intentions: The Crucial Question as Brevard Official Heads to Trial

County Commission Once Again Takes up Courthouse Construction

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City of Brevard Takes on Lack of Workforce Housing as Transylvania's Home Prices Soar Past Buncombe's

Copelof Wins Brevard Mayor's Race, Morrow and Baker Elected to City Council

How Transylvania School's $68 Million Renovation Project Will Proceed Without Key Staffer

David Guice's Lonely Pursuit of Support for "Easy" Issues

On Black Balsam, under the Stars: A View of the Art Loeb Trail and Its Legacy

New Hires or New Policy? Closed Discussion or Open? The Questions that Surround City Employment Moves

More than Parks: Mayoral Candidate and Navy Vet Touts City Accomplishments on Her Watch

Dee Dee Perkins: The Well-Connected, Well-Financed Outsider Candidate for Brevard Mayor

Danny Hein's Conservative Views and What They Would Mean if He Becomes Brevard Mayor

Skeptical Commission Delays Discussion of Cedar Mountain Small Area Plan and the "Z-word"

Transylvania Hears Good News About Covid Learning-Loss Funds, and Bad News: Students Really Need It

"Chuck You" Candidate Takes on Political Convention, City Spending

How to Renovate Transylvania Schools? Henderson Might Have Some Answers.

Time for a Change? Not When Brevard Is Making Great Progress, Says Mayor Pro Tem

City Council Starts with "Tiny" Step to Boost Affordable Housing, Promises Bigger Steps to Come

Candidate Vows to Bring "Conservative Voice," but not Hard-Right Shift, to Brevard City Council

Brevard City Council Reverses Rule That Allowed Controversial Parking Lot at new Aldi

Henderson County Decision Shows Broad Support for Land-Use Rules. In Transylvania County, a Divide Remains.

"Shake it Up" Council Candidate Says Brevard is too Slow to Act on Urgent Needs

As Covid-19 Surges Countywide, Masking Has Helped Limit Quarantines in Schools

Not a "Seagull": Brevard City Council Candidate Kevin Jones Pledges to Keep City on Current Path

Aldi Brings Low Prices, Green Policies and an “Ocean of Parking” to Brevard

What do Rail-Trails Do? Nothing but Good, Swamp Rabbit's Neighbor's Say

Fred's Flood Was Bad. Future Flooding Is "Very Likely" to Be Worse, Climate Study Says

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Facing a Crowd of Angry Parents, School Board Sticks to Earlier Decision To Allow Optional Masking

Purchase of Ecusta Trail corridor will allow construction to begin next year

Transylvania's population, expected to climb, actually dropped slightly, Census says

Transylvania's population, expected to climb, actually dropped slightly, Census says

School Board Likely to Revisit Masking Policy as Covid-19 Cases Surge in Transylvania

“Flag Lots” Discussion Flagged Before It Starts

Lead Cleanup at Brevard's Former Firing Ranges Is Complete, State Says

Not Just “Flag Lots,” but the Principles of Law and Transparency: The Issues in a Rare Appeal by a Member of the Brevard Planning Board

Not Just “Flag Lots,” but the Principles of Law and Transparency: The Issues in a Rare Appeal by a Member of the Brevard Planning Board

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The push to overcome big obstacles and seize big opportunities at old Ecusta Mill site

Sticker shock: The School Board wrestles with $18 million in increased estimated costs for school renovations

The water feature Transylvania won't be bragging about: a steep rise in elevated levels of E. coli

Bikes, bears, gravel and dirt: Pisgah's new "backcountry" Stony Knob Trail links miles of routes and completes loop to Brevard

Leafy, bike-friendly, inviting: Brevard leaders seek to make ambitious, mostly unfunded, new downtown plan a reality

As legal bills for accused Brevard employee mount, questions rise about the city's backing

Ecusta Trail takes a "huge" step forward with pledge of support from the city of Brevard

The new Mary C. Jenkins Community Center aims to be, like the one before it, a hub of the Rosenwald Community

County Commissioners back off plan for unpopular $200 parcel fee for solid waste

Can Raybow's Expansion Set a Trend for BioScience Growth in Transylvania County?

Aaron Baker, community activist and Oskar Blues marketer, announces run for Brevard City Council

Time to utter the "Z-word?" That's the question as neighbors say a planned air curtain incinerator is good technology in the wrong place

Brevard mayor's race heats up as business owner and former council member announces run

Commissioners agree to a $200 parcel fee to cover trash-disposal shortfall

Transformative mayor, Jimmy Harris, announces he will leave the job after 22 years

"Eating the elephant:" County Commission tries to digest the high cost of landfilling trash

Chain sees opportunity in purchase of Transylvania Times despite recent history of contracting coverage elsewhere

Cedar Mountain residents show support for small area plan before County Commission, which responds with silence

Cedar Mountain planning members' message to residents: Please show up!

Conditions in Rosman mobile home parks, a major provider of affordable housing, are not "pretty" but improving.

Temporary closures and long-term plans: DuPont works to accommodate "huge surge" of visitors during the Covid-19 pandemic and maybe beyond

Superior Court Judge orders prosecutor Greg Newman removed from office

County Commissioners agree to choose courthouse site by year's end

Brevard City Council approves preliminary plan for downtown hotel

Brevard pledges as much as $300,000 for a much-needed affordable housing project

A new, surprisingly controversial section of Brevard's Estatoe Trail opens to the public

"Herd immunity" for Covid-19 remains elusive with Johnson & Johnson moratorium and falling demand for vaccination

Commission chooses temporary courtroom, delays decision on "longer short-term" solution

Fireworks not bombs? Lawyer for man accused of planting explosives in downtown Brevard says his client is a harmless "eccentric."

Dire shortage of Affordable Housing Presents "Existential" Issue to City, County Leaders

Vouchers, already too small to help most low-income residents find housing, are about to get smaller

County Commission renews courthouse talk and discusses spending of $6.6 million in Covid-relief funds

Raybow USA expansion to bring will-paid jobs and establishes Brevard in high-tech recruitment

Clearcut logging: Destruction of forest or path to restoration?

Cedar Mountain plan moves ahead on "compressed schedule"

Police arrest Brevard man on charges of making and transporting explosives

Police close off several blocks of downtown Brevard Sunday after a report of suspected explosives

Tourism tax money helps with trail projects. But could it do more?

Transylvania's Covid-19 vaccination backlog is relieved by large allotment of Johnson & Johnson shots.

Developer of "boutique" hotel planned for Brevard has an impressive track record in Alabama

County's new fixed-route bus service expected to be a boon for people in need

Can Cedar Mountain control its planning future?

Want a Covid-19 vaccine fast? Head to South Carolina, some residents say

The "zoom boom" comes to the Transylvania County housing market

Brevard City Council approves sale of land for "boutique" hotel planned for downtown

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