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Pickleball Gains Steam Among Asheville Residents

Brandon Mackie, co-founder of Pickleheads, an online database for the game, claims that pickleball has arrived in Asheville and may only continue to grow in popularity.

Water Monopolizes Council’s First Meeting of the Year

To expand or not to expand the water treatment plant is the question Weaverville has yet to answer.

APD to Access Surveillance Cameras

Only Asheville City Councilwoman Kim Roney voted against entering into an interlocal agreement to allow the police department to access surveillance camera footage. The Buncombe County Sheriff's Office is already using the system.

Train Depot is Site of Final Filming Day

Dozens of actors at the train depot took a trip back in time, to 1946.

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Influence Peddling, ‘Biden Docs’ are Emerging Scandals

The classified documents scandal is shedding light on the larger issue of alleged Chinese influence on the current presidential administration.

Border Breaches, China Top GOP’s Security Concerns

China and the Mexican border are prime national security concerns for Republicans, who now control the U.S. House.

Woodfin Holds Three Public Hearings on Development

As people complain about development overtaking towns, Woodfin holds three hearings on development, but no one shows up to hear them.

The Great Flood: Myth or Fact?

Is there any evidence of a worldwide flood? There is if you look.

Blade Says He’s Running for Woodfin Mayor

Josh Blade hopes to unseat longtime Woodfin Mayor Jerry VeHaun and plans to run for the seat this year.

Town Holds Annual MLK Day Event

The Town of Weaverville once again held its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day event to commemorate his leadership in the civil rights movement. This year’s keynote speaker was “Dr. Dwight Mullen, a longtime WNC resident and prominent leader in the community.” Dr. “Mullen has spent decades in academia, dedicating his work and providing […]