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Asheville Parks & Recreation’s Watery Adventures Await

Dive into a summer of watery fun with Asheville Parks & Recreation, offering a refreshing lineup of water-themed events for all ages in the community.

A Glittering Celebration with Decoraciones Valdes

Jou Valdes creates professional designs for all of life's celebrations. Mostly, he prepares the backdrop, dress, and accouterments for quinceanera blowouts.

The World Botanist Who Left His Mark In WNC

André Michaux, the French botanist, left a lasting impact on botanical history through his adventurous expeditions and groundbreaking discoveries, especially in North America. His legacy continues through the plants he discovered, like the Carolina Lily, and his dedication to exploring and documenting the natural world.

AHS Coach Flowe Wins 1,000th Soccer Match; TCR Wins Showdown

Asheville Cougar soccer head coach Mike Flowe last Friday won his 1,000 career game in 29 seasons of leading boys and girls soccer.

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West, HHS Win League Soccer Crowns

West Henderson and Hendersonville both won their girls’ soccer league crowns, in winding up the regular season last week ahead of state playoffs.

A Chamber Music Trio: Friends of Music Concert

Get ready for an unforgettable musical experience as Friends of Music at the Episcopal Church of St. John in the Wilderness, Flat Rock, presents a captivating chamber music trio on Sunday, May 19th. Delight in the harmonious melodies of local talents Kate Steinbeck on flute, Katherine Haig on cello, and Dewitt Tipton on piano as […]

Bulletproof: APD Secures Funding for Body Armor

Asheville Police Department honored with a proclamation to name May 12th through 18th, 2024, as National Police Week, and May 15th, 2024, as Peace Officers Memorial Day. They also got a yes vote for body armor from all but one city council member.

Swing into Spring Event Offers Senior Resources

Swing into Spring: An engaging aging expo connecting seniors and caregivers in Henderson County to resources for healthy aging.

Are Housing Prices In Weaverville About To See A Bump?

According to a 2018 study by Harvard Business School, a Starbucks location like the one getting ready to open on Weaver Blvd. will increase housing prices by half a percent.

Sluder Running For NC 49th State Senate District

The list was long when the Tribune asked Kristie Sluder why she chose to run. Naming the transgender agenda in schools anti-Israel, anti-police, anti-parent, in short, she said it's the current occupier of the seat, Julie Mayfield, that's made her decide to run for the office.