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Probart Street’s Namesake Part 2

Note: This article is part of a series on street namesakes in Brevard. Probart Poor married his second wife Sarah Ann Wilson (1832-1909) on June 12, 1856 in Hendersonville, NC.

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Berry’s Restaurant

Berry’s Restaurant was an iconic sight in Transylvania County from 1959-1994 at the location that is presently Wendy’s. The stylish, vertical green sign greeted guests shortly after they entered the

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Transylvania Ghost Stories, Part 3

The last installment in this Transylvania ghost story series is about funny stories that feature ghosts. These knee-slapping stories probably didn’t really happen, but they make a good tale. These

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Transylvania Ghost Stories, Part 2

Ghost stories have common themes, regardless of where they are located. One such theme is that of the star-crossed lovers. Usually there are some kinds of circumstances in life that

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Transylvania Ghost Stories Part 1

October is spooky season, and in the archives and online we’ve been seeing increased interest in hearing local ghost stories. One would think that a place called Transylvania would be

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Educator Ethel K. Mills

Ethelyn “Ethel” Kennedy Mills was born on February 20, 1902 in Franklin, NC to James and Florine Kennedy and was the fourth of six children. James was an Episcopal minister

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