The Weaverville ABC Board met to determine whether to offer employees bonuses for COVID-19 vaccinations.
The City of Asheville rewrote a number of scholarships designated for specific racial groups.
Epstein update: Queen strips Prince Andrew of military titles and patronages; What about Bill? Prince Andrew, who is knee deep in a Jeffrey Epstein-related legal battle over allegations that he sexually abused a teenager in the early 2000s, has been stripped of his military affiliations and patronages, according to an official communique from Queen Elizabeth […]
Large encampments, viewed as refuges for those dispossessed by COVID fears and policies, have become hotbeds for crime. Asheville’s gutted-out police force is now doing double-duty as social workers to connect campers to government services. Anarchists are willing to fight to keep people out of the system.
A Weaverville committee met to reconsider the $13.5 million water plant expansion, Weaverville may make water department a regional authority.
David Hines is the new football coach at North Buncombe High School. Hines was the offensive coach at a 4-A school with a good record.
Fletcher resident Myles McKnight was the sole collegian that Shannon Bream interviewed a week ago on her program about tightening pandemic rules on campuses.
Four Woodfin Town Commissioners have either been voted out or offered their resignation in the past few months.
Statewide redistricting remains in litigation, causing concerns over whether it will be possible to hold fair elections in a timely manner.
North Henderson 2018 grad Hunter Street was in costume with Georgia’s student Spike Squad, rooting on the Bulldogs to win their first college football national title in 41 years.