As is to be expected, public comment on the City of Asheville's FY2022-2023 budget showed little fiscal restraint. People came ready to ask for more, but now Councilwoman Kim Roney has joined Councilwoman Gwen Wisler in realizing funding is finite.
The Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra will be celebrating their 50th anniversary with a new conductor, John Young Shik Concklin.
Cowboys from across the Americas compete for international points in Tryon.
Lillian Chase of Weaverville has been named the winner of a $3,000 scholarship presented by the Weaverville Music Study Club.In the fall, she will enroll at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, to major in music performance and minor in roots music. Lillian is the daughter of John and Laura Chase of Weaverville and […]
Buncombe County Schools Virtual Academy (BCSVA) is a versatile educational program designed to respond to the needs of students and families who are looking for opportunities beyond traditional school schedules. Building on their experience providing online courses and services to students in their traditional schools and students in unique circumstances, BCS has combined multiple tools […]
Owner and Race Director for iDaph Events Daphne Kirkwood has organized another exciting athletic event: The Hendersonville Triathlon on Sunday, June 26th.
A state title, deep playoff runs and all-state honors mark athletic achievements in Henderson County in 2021-22.
Members of Asheville City Council are determined to use the force of government to create more affordable housing. They are even investing in a "missing middle" study to find out if what builders and businesspeople have been telling them for years: Regulations come with costs of compliance.
A conditional use permit for Duke Energy electrical substation was approved.
Woodfin citizens look to build a town center.