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Nine-hour standoff ends with one in custody, no serious injuries reported
RUTHERFORDTON, N.C. (WLOS) — Few details have been released by officials after a suspect was taken into custody following a nine-hour standoff in Rutherfordton. The Rutherfordton Police Department says that on Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2023, afternoon the department was notified that the US Marshalls Service and the Rutherford County Sherriff's Office had secured a search warrant for an address on N. Meridian Street in Rutherfordton in an effort to secure an individual with outstanding warrants from another jurisdiction.
These landrum, SC based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of landrum..
City manager declares Stage 1 Water Shortage Advisory
For the second time in two months, the City of Hendersonville is asking water customers to limit non-essential water use due to lower-than-normal levels in the water supply. According to a news release, to ensure adequate water supply is available for essential use and public safety, City Manager John Connet has declared a Stage 1 Water Shortage Advisory beginning Sept. 29 at midnight. This advisory comes just over a month from the last one that was issued on Aug. 24 and was lifted on Aug. 29 after water levels improved.
Hendersonville woman struck, killed while trying to cross four-lane road
HENDERSONVILLE - A Hendersonville woman was struck by a vehicle and killed on the night of Sept. 26 while she was crossing U.S. 64 East, according to the North Carolina State Highway Patrol. "It happened on U.S. 64 near Woodside View Drive. She was attempting to cross the roadway and...
Historic Hendersonville Home Sells for $1.4 Million
A charming 2-story house near Hendersonville, North Carolina recently caught the attention of buyers and was sold for an impressive $1,400,000 on September 22nd. Located at 1019 State St, Hendersonville, NC, 28739, this property offers a unique combination of modern amenities and historical charm.
Embark on a Culinary Journey: Columbus's Unmissable Pizza Spots
This article presents a spotlight on two exceptional pizza stores located in Columbus. Have you had the chance to savor their offerings yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
Hiker falls to death at North Carolina waterfall overlook
(REEMS CREEK, N.C.) -- A woman who was hiking through Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina this weekend fell 150 feet from an overlook to her death, park officials said. Nancy Sampson, 61, of Greer, South Carolina, reportedly fell off a steep cliff at the Glassmine Falls Overlook around noon Saturday, according to the National Parks Service. NPS Law Enforcement Rangers and first responders from Reems Creek Fire Department quickly responded to the scene and found Sampson fell 150 feet below the overlook and had succumbed to her injuries, the NPS said. The fire department members rappelled from the top of the overlook to the site where Sampson's body was discovered, the Reems Creek Fire Department said.
City of Hendersonville Seeks Public Input on Utility System Development Fees
The City of Hendersonville has contracted with Stantec Consulting Services to calculate system development fees for its utility systems in accordance with the North Carolina Public Water and Sewer System Development Fee Act, set forth in North Carolina General Statute 162A, Article 8. A system development fee is a one-time...
Meet the TOPS weight loss king of North Carolina: Henderson County's Mr. Gauthier
Fletcher's Thom Gauthier said he's struggled with trying to lose weight for many years, but now he's finally found something that's worked — and is more rewarding than he could ever imagine. In 2021, Gauthier, who turns 74 in October, decided to join TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), a nonprofit weight-loss support organization, after going to one of its meetings with two of his friends. In the second year of the program in 2022, Gauthier earned...
This event is a smokeshow worth seeing
Produced by a21, Heritage Fire creates an experience that guests can sink their teeth into by highlighting your favorite Austin chefs in the nation’s hottest competition.
31-Year-Old Resident Dies in Spartanburg County House Fire
A local resident in Boiling Springs, Spartanburg County, died in a house fire on Monday afternoon. The victim has been identified as 31-year-old Dennis Keo Bun. Reports indicated that the fire started in the garage ceiling of a Midland Drive residence shortly before 5 p.m.
The Saluda Inn: A Diamond in the Rough
Joel Kirby and Jay Burriss gaze out the windows of the spacious sunroom in the newly renovated Saluda Inn. From that vantage point, the inn’s owners can see the past, present, and future: In the distance stand breathtaking mountains, eternal sentinels that preceded the 143-year-old inn by eons. Beneath the windows, a sprawling Grand Lawn beckons guests to venture outside and enjoy the moment — say, a crisp fall evening. The manicured space also hosts wedding receptions and other outdoor celebrations, a nod to the future.
Biscuitville in Greer and Duncan announce openings. Here's how you can win free breakfast
Biscuitville will offer customers a range of handcrafted biscuits and breakfast sandwiches when it opens two stores in the western Spartanburg County area. The locations are planned in Duncan and Greer and will open Oct. 10. The Duncan store is at 1679 E. Main St., and the Greer location is at 940 W. Wade Hampton Blvd.
Public Invited to Give Input on Saluda Grade Trail
Two public meetings have been scheduled on the Saluda Grade Trail in Inman, SC, on Oct. 17 and Columbus, NC, on Oct. 19. The public is invited to drop in, learn more about the proposed trail, and share their goals, ideas, and concerns. Kristin Cozza, Trails and Greenways Coordinator for...
Bringle Documentary Accepted into Tryon International Film Festival
Bringle: A Tale of Two Makers, a documentary full feature film produced by Toe River Arts and directed by Vincent Martinez, was recently accepted into the Tryon International Film Festival, and will be shown the weekend of October 6 – 8 in Tryon, North Carolina. The film features the renowned area artists, Cynthia Bringle and Edwina Bringle. Over the last year, filmmaker Vincent Martinez recorded extensive interviews, creating a documentary film to showcase the lives of these two remarkable women. As part of the film festival, an exhibition of Cynthia and Edwina’s work will be hosted at the Tryon Arts & Crafts School in Tryon NC. The exhibit Bringle: A Tale of Two Makers, Foothills of Tryon will run from September 16 – November 1. https://tryonartsandcrafts.org.
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WLOS — Authorities say an investigation is underway in Hendersonville after a store employee was thrown from a vehicle while trying to stop someone accused of stealing. Authorities say the incident happened Saturday outside of Staples. A person is accused of stealing a PlayStation 5 from the storm. Officials say an employee followed that person out of the building and then got onto the suspect's car. The employee then fell off the car when the suspect drove away.
Polk Central fifth graders putting RootEd knowledge to use
Polk Central fifth graders have been actively involved in their RootEd (Powerful Learning Rooted in Community) project during STEAM classes incorporating outdoor observation, a pollinator presentation and a mosaic art project. In collaboration with Champions for Wildlife, Andrea Walter’s science classes are planning to expand the pollinator garden outside their...
Polk Central kindergarten students take sandy approach to learning
Polk Central Elementary students in the kindergarten class of Stacey Stafford and Caroline Edwards reviewed their letters and sounds by writing their letters in sand boxes.
Discover the Dark Side of Greer on the RUFFIANS & SCOUNDRELS Street Tour
Prepare for a thrilling journey into the past with the "Greer Ghost Tours: RUFFIANS & SCOUNDRELS Street Tour"! This weekend, immerse yourself in the captivating tales of Greer's history, led by the professional storyteller, Cora Newcomb.
Flock to the Rock welcomes bird watchers this weekend at Chimney Rock State Park
Flock to the Rock welcomes bird watchers this weekend at Chimney Rock State Park