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Longtime Employee Helps Keep Harris Hardware "Real"

Crowded Field Forms for Local Races as School Board Member McCoy Says She Will Step Down

Lawmakers "Bring Home the Bacon," but There's a Better Way to Spend Taxpayer Dollars

The North Fork is Clearly Wild and Scenic, Advocates Say, So Make It Official

The Debate over the Future of a DuPont Trail System "Hammered" by Big Crowds

Building "Forever" Homes: Habitat, other Nonprofits, Tackle Affordable Housing Crisis

Daniel, Wise and Holder Win Race for Brevard City Council

Incentives Land Big Investment but Only Five Jobs. Is It Time to Rethink Policy?

Lessons from a Ride through "Non-Kardashian America"

New Bill of Rights Will Mean more Power to Parents, more Burdens on Schools

Brevard Election in a Nutshell: Lots of Candidates Who, with One Exception, Mostly Agree

“Game Changer”: Proposed State Budget Includes $33 Million for City, Town and County Utilities

Great Kids, Team and Sport: An Overdue Shout-Out to Brevard High Cross Country

Eight Voters in A Single-Wide? Residency Questions Fuel Heated Rosman Election

Kansas School Probes Use of Donated Money During Term of Current Brevard College President

Filling "Missing Middle" Might Ease Brevard's Affordability Crunch, but is Far from a Cure

Social District Debate Reveals, and Maybe Widens, "Divide" among Brevard Residents

"Building A Place to Belong": Boys and Girls Club Breaking Ground on Major Expansion

Habitat Project Benefits Rosman. And the Mayor

Anti-Social. Most Speakers At City Council Meeting Oppose Downtown “Social District”

Transylvania: Not Just Home to a Tourism Economy, but a Purveyor of Joy

Brevard College Plans to Grow as Higher Ed Enrollment Drops Nationally. Can It?

After Delay, School Board Appoints Retired Business Person to Fill Vacancy

City Camper Developers Provide Update about What Is Now "A Big Mud Hole"

A New, Unlikely Ecusta Trail Challenge: Figuring Out How to Spend $46 Million in Federal Grants

Climate Report: "Extreme" Rainfall Events Ten Times more Likely in Transylvania

Amid Heated Discussion on School Upgrades, a Step Forward

"Huge" Ecusta News: Brevard Will Receive More Than $20 Million for Trail Construction

Rosman Mayor Says $1.2 Million Parcel Is "Best" Site for Town Water Plant. And He Owns it.

Brevard Takes Step Towards Limiting New Short-Term Rentals

Local Author Tells "America's Story" through Rosman Station's Past and Present

Superintendent in, Board Member out, as New School Leader Selected

Like Airbnb for Campers: Hipcamp Booms to Meet Surging Demand

Severe Staff Shortages Lead to Service Cuts in "Broken System" of Mental Health Care

Commissioners Shoot Down Recommended Tax Increase

Proposed Brevard Budget Calls for Higher Property Taxes, More Money for Housing

Commission Goes with Plan for Cheaper, Smaller Courthouse. Clerk Hopes It's Not Too Small

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Report Details Shoddy Care at Hospital, "Broken Trust" with the Community

Brevard Resident and Acclaimed Historian Unmasks Klansman, the Legacy of Segregation

Pisgah Health's Plan to "Resurrect" Old Bank Building Faces Uncertain Future

"Backyard" Backpacking, a Rare Privilege of Life in Transyvlania

Invasive Trees Fall in Biggest Downtown Upgrade in Four Decades

"Spitting Mad," "Super-Stoked" or Neither? Landowners Talk about the Ecusta Trail

Incentives Seek to Counter Rising Teacher Turnover, Narrowing Teacher Pipeline

The $3 Million Brevard Blue Zones Project: A Mix of Real Benefits and Marketing Claims

Mayor Calls Out Commission for Failure to Address Ecusta Request

Deluxe Resort Will Bring Jobs. Are They Worth $2.3 Million?

Absenteeism in Transylvania County Schools Goes from Bad to Worse

SylvanSport is a Local Outdoor-Gear Success Story. Can it Be Repeated?

Correction on Sales Tax Story

Would "Regressive" Sales Tax Create Less New Burden on County Taxpayers?

Environment, Economy on the Line as Brevard Looks at $65 Million in Sewage Treatment Upgrades

Longtime Schools Superintendent McDaris Announces Retirement

Progress on Long-Delayed Plans for a New Courthouse: Commission Picks Location

New Construction and Home Sales Boom in Transylvania. For Now.