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All are welcome to participate in Holy Week Stations of the Cross at 6 p.m. April 16 at St. Peter's Anglican Church, 1608 Sulphur Springs Rd., Waynesville.
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Easter weekend is approaching and there are endless events going on this weekend in Haywood County.
The funeral of four-star Gen. Carl Epting Mundy Jr., the 30th commandant of the United States Marine Corps, will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 19, at First United Methodist Church in Waynesville.
Author Lee Smith, will be the speaker for the Friends of the Library annual meeting on Tuesday, May 6th.
The Town of Waynesville will have compost and double-ground mulch available for pickup 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon at the Town yard waste landfill on the following dates: A limited amount of Single Ground Mulch will also be available at $10 per load regardless of truck size.
Angry Gorilla Tattoo has set up shop at 734 N. Main St. in Waynesville. Owned and operated by Aaron Rogers, the shop is open from 10 a.m. to midnight Monday to Thursday, and 10 to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
On April 26, 1866, in New York City, Henry Bergh stopped a cart driver from beating his horse.
The Divine Mercy image depicts Jesus Christ, his right hand raised in blessing, pointing with his left hand to his heart, from which two beams of light radiate.
Nicholas Ferguson, an employee at the filter plant in Canton, conducts a daily test on the level of fluoride in the water.
The next meeting of the Hugh Rogers Chapter DAR will be April 12th at 2:00 pm at the First United Methodist Church in Waynesville at 2:00 pm.
The Haywood Community College Foundation now offers scholarships to assist students in the College and Career Readiness Department with the cost of the High School Equivalency Diploma testing fee.
Painting class, front row, l-r: Carolyn Pilgrim, Evelyn Buchanan, Joe Honing; back row, l-r: Larry Mountcastle, Doug Sisk, Martha Tracey, Louise Hudson, Bill Douglas, Elizabeth Cagle and Kathy Johnson.
The Maggie Valley Board of Aldermen is set to select a town attorney at its regular meeting Monday after receiving and reviewing five applications.