Abi Cole

Low-Income Development Applications Now Open

The City of Asheville’s Community Development (CD) Department is now accepting applications for the, “Home Investment Partnerships Program” (HOME) program.

Cops for Kids Doesn’t End After Christmas

The Weaverville Police Department held its 18th annual Cops for Kids program this holiday season with some permanent socially distant modifications.

Boutique Has Perfect Pieces for Holidays

During this holiday season, Life Styled Boutique is opening a pop-up store at the Asheville Outlet Mall.

New Owner Seeks Vendors

In July, Santamaria purchased the Northland Shopping Center on Garrison Branch Road in Weaverville.

North Buncombe Food Drive Accepting Donations

North Buncombe high school’s student council is hosting a food drive for families in need this holiday season.

Local Newsletter Has the Ins-and-Outs of AVL

For a guide to the best brunch spots to answers about what’s up with the city’s new bear-proof trash cans, tens of thousands of Ashevillans with a penchant for their city turn to AVLToday.

Salon Expanding Services

Like cosmetic trends, Hair Angels is ever-evolving. What began with a few customers and a vision has expanded to hundreds of clients. Since its inception, the salon has grown to include the talents of nail technicians Keiu “Q” and Thai Dinh

Asheville Mall Owner Files For Bankruptcy

The parent company of the Asheville Mall filed for bankruptcy November 1 to restructure its surmounting debt.

In Asheville, Small Business Is Big Business

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to rattle the city’s small business community, as business after business closes permanently.

Burglary at Leicester Post Office

A break-in at the Leicester Post Office left post office boxes ransacked.