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Results are mixed when feds try to reform local police
Henderson, texas
As the Justice Department pursues new cases involving the deaths of black suspects, a recent North Carolina courtroom clash shows what can happen when the federal government becomes entangled with… Click to Continue »
December 10 2014
Teens hit by car in Vance County; driver charged
North Carolina
Two teens were taken to local hospitals Tuesday afternoon after being hit by a car north of Henderson, North Carolina State Highway Patrol officials said.
October 18 2014
WSU doctor's research set to be the lifeblood of a startup
North Carolina
Tom Henderson - Patrick Hines is moving full speed ahead as he adds entrepreneur to his other titles — which are doctor in the intensive care unit at Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit and assistant professor of pediatric critical care medicine at Wayne State University.In June, the WSU board of governors granted approval for Hines to license his research at the school for a startup ...
September 29 2014
NC school bus driver charged after 15 students injured in wreck
North Carolina
HENDERSON COUNTY, N.C. — A North Carolina school bus driver has been charged after 15 students were injured in a bus crash. WLOS-TV reported that the crash happened Thursday morning in Henderson County and sent 15 Dana Elementary School children to two area hospitals. Troopers said the Henderson County bus ran off the side of […]
September 29 2014
Enterovirus found in NC; hasn't hit Henderson County area yet
North Carolina
Despite six confirmed cases of enterovirus D68 in North Carolina, the Henderson County Health Department says the virus has yet to be found within county lines.
September 29 2014
Church official takes plea deal
North Carolina
RAEFORD — Several charges were dismissed on Monday against a Red Springs church official facing six felony counts of taking indecent liberties with a child.Vinson Henderson, a 46-year-old Shannon man, pleaded guilty to two counts of misdemeanor assault on a female in Hoke County Superior Court, an official with the office of District Attorney Kristy Newton told The Fayetteville Observer.
August 07 2014
Health briefs: Aug. 6
North Carolina
North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Henderson County Center, Blue Ridge Community Health Services and community volunteers are hosting a fifth Migrant Farmworker Health and Safety Fair in Jackson Park.
August 06 2014
Jury finds Barefoot guilty of first-degree murder
Henderson, North Carolina
After an hour of deliberation, a jury of six women and six men returned to the courtroom minutes before 4:30 p.m. Thursday and announced they had reached a verdict.
July 21 2014
Reggie Bullock’s sister killed in Baltimore
Henderson, North Carolina
Police suspect homicide
July 21 2014
County picks construction company for joint health facility
North Carolina
In a move designed to streamline development and contain costs, the Henderson County Board of Commissioners on Monday selected Vannoy Construction to oversee construction of the $16.2 million joint health education facility slated for land near Pardee Hospital.
July 04 2014
Authorities seek armed suspect in homicide case
Henderson, North Carolina
Authorities have arrested the suspect in a homicide that occurred Sunday night on Courtney Lee Lane.
May 22 2014
Third suspect arrested in Henderson gas station murder
North Carolina
A third suspect in the shooting death of a man at a BP gas station in Henderson was arrested Friday, police said.
April 27 2014
Convenience store clerk shot, killed in NC
North Carolina
Police in Henderson are looking for two suspects after a convenience store clerk was shot and killed during a robbery attempt earlier this week.
April 10 2014
Buncombe, Park Ridge to handle DWI testing
North Carolina
HENDERSONVILLE — The Buncombe County District Attorney’s Office and Park Ridge Health have agreed on a contract expected to alleviate a backlog of drunken driving cases in Buncombe County.
March 26 2014
Hendersonville's Pardee receives stroke grant
North Carolina
Pardee Hospital has received a $16,000 grant from the North Carolina Stroke Care Collaboration to be used for funding staff education for Advanced Stroke Life Support.
March 19 2014
Hendersonville's Pardee Hospital receives stroke grant
North Carolina
Pardee Hospital has received a $16,000 grant from the North Carolina Stroke Care Collaboration to be used for funding staff education for Advanced Stroke Life Support.
March 19 2014
Asheville area health events and classes
North Carolina
ORTHOPEDIC PREHAB CLASS: Feb. 4, 10 a.m., Pardee Signature Care Center at Blue Ridge Mall, Four Seasons Boulevard, Hendersonville. Prehab is a proactive approach to avoid common injuries, which occur in daily life.
February 10 2014
Plane crash reported in Henderson County
North Carolina
TUXEDO — The pilot of a small plane that crashed was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries Tuesday night, said Maj. Frank Stout of the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office.
December 04 2013
Grant to expand health services in WNC
North Carolina
HENDERSONVILLE — Blue Ridge Community Health Services is getting more than $850,000 in grant money to expand access to health services in Rutherford County.
November 29 2013
Women's health focus of Asheville event Tuesday
North Carolina
MAHEC and the Women for Women Giving Circle will sponsor a discussion about women’s health Tuesday at the MAHEC Education Building, 121 Hendersonville Road. A reception will be held at 5:30 p.m. followed by a presentation by Wendy Brewster, director of the Center for Women’s Health Research at UNC Chapel Hill. The event is free and open to the public.
November 28 2013
Shutdown could close Asheville, Henderson day cares
North Carolina
If the federal government shutdown continues through week's end, it could claim an unlikely victim: child care centers.
October 25 2013
Ray Clayton, 89; service Thursday
Stacy, north carolina
Ray Henderson Clayton, 89, of Newport, died Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, at Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation in Raleigh.
October 07 2013
At Home Care of the Carolinas Announces Location Expansion
North Carolina
At Home Care of the Carolinas will bring at home assisted living and elderly care to Asheville, Hendersonville and Fletcher. (PRWeb September 30, 2013) Read the full story at
October 02 2013
Health Departments and Individuals Honored with NC GlaxoSmithKline Foundation 2013 Child Health Awa
Asheville, north carolina
ASHEVILLE, N.C., Sept. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The health departments in Alamance, Dare and Henderson counties and Dr. Miriam Labbok, Kristie Marr and Jodi Massey all received awards today during the North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation's 2013 Child Health Recognition...
September 19 2013
Asheville benefits include corn maze, fashion show
North Carolina
ASHEVILLE – The Park Ridge Health Foundation invites the community to “Experience Hawaii” at its 2013 gala, 5:30 p.m. Oct. 10 at the DoubleTree hotel at 115 Hendersonville Road, near Biltmore Village.
September 08 2013
John Locke president gives legislature an A-minus
North Carolina
North Carolina's Republican-led legislature deserves an A-minus or B-plus for its efforts to bring the state back to its former economic health, the president of a limited-government think tank told the Henderson County Republican Women's Club.
September 01 2013
Asheville area business briefs
Blue Ridge, virginia
HENDERSONVILLE – Blue Ridge Literacy Council is one of six nonprofits serving Western North Carolina to be awarded a grant from the Melvin R. Lane Fund of The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina. The mission of the fund is to promote access to quality health care, safe and affordable housing and supportive social services for young, elderly and disabled people.
July 30 2013
Mother mourns daughter killed in crash
North Carolina
Many in Ripley, Tennessee are mourning the loss of a beloved mother of three, as well as a 22-year-old man. They were two of four people killed in a tragic accident on Interstate 40 in Henderson County Tuesday night.
July 26 2013
Health Advocates honor Laurey Masterton today
North Carolina
EnergyUnited Propane, located in Hendersonville and serving Western North Carolina, has added a new truck to its fleet in partnership with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
July 24 2013
Man faces charges of abusing infant
North Carolina
A North Carolina man faces child abuse charges Friday after an infant is found in cardiac arrest. Authorities with the Henderson County Sheriff's Office said Justin Pate, 23, of Mountain Home, was arrested after rescuers were called to help a 6-month-old baby who was unresponsive. Investigators said the baby was in full cardiac arrest and was transported to Pardee Hospital in Hendersonville for ...
July 24 2013
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