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Opportunity to Visit Famous Thomas Wolfe Angel

Mary Jo Padgett is resuming Guided History Walks in Hendersonville, following Covid regulation as required.

North Buncombe Graduation

North Buncombe class of 2021 graduated after almost a year of virtual learning. 

Protest Held Outside School Board Meeting

Parents continue to protest against the Board of Education over not being admitted in a group at the May 6 meeting.

Asphalt Plant Rezoning Request Withdrawn

A full year into its rezoning drama, the proposed asphalt mixing plant in East Flat Rock might get shelved. Still, its opponents say they will monitor the site and prepare against possible renewed efforts of developing the project.

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Citizens Again Denied Rights by School Board

Concerned parent Tamara Parker believes the Board of Education is restricting first amendment rights. 

Discover Delicious Italian Meals at Nora’s

Find a relaxed Italian gourmet meal  at Nora’s Italian Eatery.

A Jocular Jeeves Vignette, NC Stage Fund-Raiser

NC Stage Company put together a Jeeve’s production as they approach their 20th season for a fundraiser--Beyond the Lights. 

Fraternal Order of Police President Wants Adult Conversation about Policing

Local Fraternal Order of Police President Rondell Lance weighed in on the Asheville Police Department’s recently announced cuts in services. Lance says officers are quitting by the numbers because leadership is caving to protesters, whose requests will harm the community.

Ty Keplinger Expands Horizons as CFP®

CFP® certification includes investing to correlate to estate planning.

Ex-NAACP President Condemns Monument Destruction

WLOS Channel 13, in its reporting on Thursday, May 3, 2021, tried to put a spin on the criminal actions of the City of Asheville in complicit with the Buncombe County Commission.