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Clemson Park Edges Closer To New Look – Brevard NC

UPDATED: College's Sims Art Center Evacuated Because Of Fumes-Brevard NC

UPDATED INFORMATION: Sims Art Center is closed today (FRIDAY) The air has been tested, and there is no carbon monoxide in the building, however, there is still a strong odor resulting from the prior fumes. Sims will be closed through the weekend...

O'Shields Trial To Begin Monday - Brevard NC

On the evening of April 6, 2011, 27-year-old Toby Mathis walked into the Dollar General store on the Old Rosman Highway, where shortly after he was shot to death. Transylvania County Sheriff's Office ...

Clemson Park Edges Closer To New Look – Brevard NC

Brevard City Council approved funding during its recent annual retreat for a new-look Clemson Park at the corner of West Main and South Broad streets in downtown. Council unanimously approved a...

County Deeding Over Park, Pool To Rosman - Brevard NC

Transylvania County commissioners Monday authorized a letter of intent to be written that would deed ownership of Champion Park, including the pool and softball field, to the town of Rosman. The...

Pisgah Thunder Members Have The Look, The Moves – Brevard NC

The popular Pisgah Thunder dance troop has announced it will be making a "presidential" performance during the "Make A Difference" event this Monday, Feb. 15, at Oskar Blues Brewery. Benefiting the...

MANNA FoodBank Recognizes Its Transylvania Partners – Transylvania County NC

MANNA FoodBank would like to recognize and thank the Transylvania County partner agencies and food industry donors for their unwavering dedication to ending hunger for the residents of Transylvania...

Law Enforcement Officers Spotlighted – Brevard NC

Editor's Note: The Transylvania Times, in an effort to spotlight those who protect us, has been publishing brief profiles of the officers who serve in either the Brevard Police Department or...

Hospital Wears Red

Transylvania Regional Hospital's staff celebrated National Wear Red Day with an educational event in the hospital's main lobby in Brevard on Friday to increase awareness of the risks that women face...

Gold Football Commemorates Marvin – Brevard NC

Brevard High School has a new piece of hardware for the trophy case: a gold football to commemorate the career of Mickey Marvin. As part of the NFL celebrating Super Bowl 50 this year, the league...

Bears Sweep Tornados On Hardwood – Brevard NC

A 33-point performance by Demarcus Threatt on the best shooting night of his career was not enough to overcome Keenan Palmore's nation-leading fourth triple-double as the Bears earned a 91-79 victory over the Tornados on Monday. Threatt shot 73.3...

Scouts Get Cooking

Bryan Grosvenor, general manager at Key Falls Inn, and Sheriff David Mahoney last Saturday were among those who helped cook up some tasty barbecue as a fundraiser for local Boy Scout troops. More...

Farmers' Market To Hold Annual Meeting Feb. 20 – Brevard NC

The Transylvania Farmers’ Market has announced that their annual meeting will be held on Saturday, Feb. 20, at 8 a.m. in the Rogow Room at the Transylvania County Library. The meeting is open to past vendors, anyone interested in becoming a...

Brevard's Got Talent!

Transylvania's bulwark against domestic violence and sexual assault – SAFE – named Andy Thompson, Selina Hoxit and Kate Gafnia winners in the Brevard's Got Talent show Saturday evening at Brevard ...

Author Prather To Discuss Area's 'Notable' People – Brevard NC

The Transylvania County Library’s Bag Lunch Arts Series continues in February with “Notables of Western North Carolina” presented by author Jack. J. Prather. The program begins at noon Tuesday, Feb. 16, and is made possible by the Friends of...

Charles Virgil McCrary

Charles Virgil McCrary, 85, of Penrose, born Dec. 14, 1930, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016 at his home, after a period of declining health. A lifelong resident of the Little River community, he...

James "Jim" B. Plair

James "Jim" B. Plair, of Brevard, changed worlds Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, at Elizabeth House at Four Seasons Compassion for Life, where he was visited and surrounded by his family. Born in Moultrie,...

Keep Third Option Open

Some of the reasons three county commissioners gave to deny $25,000 for a study about the possibility of putting a new courthouse and parking deck on North Broad Street adjacent to the current courthouse are perplexing. Commissioner Larry Chapman...

Event Calendar

Visit our events calendar for a list of recent events. New event submissions are always...

 
 
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