The 1957 graduating Class of Clyde A. Erwin, the first class to ever graduate from Erwin, recently held their 64th class reunion at Gerald’s Fireplace in Woodfin. According to Jackie Bryson, a member of the class and homecoming queen, there were 97 in the graduating class when the reunion started. “We had them every 10 […]
Residents of the Green Meadows community, formerly known as Brooklyn, are hosting an event to help preserve African-American history.
The greenway/blueway project is facing more design changes.
Holly Hixson Stratton loves horses. The longtime Weaverville resident just returned from her dream job of volunteering at Olympic equestrian events. The Games concluded Sunday. The U.S. took home the most medals. Holly brought back fruitful memories.
Recent barber-school graduates are bringing new blood to a Weaverville institution.
An upscale, southern pub is replacing Wild Wing Cafe in the south slope.
The nephew’s of the architect historic S&W building in downtown Asheville reimagined the space as a trendy food and drink hall.
Silly Goose Children’s Consignment opened in Woodfin to provide affordable clothing.
Critical Race Theory (CRT) is already destroying our military and educational institutions. Now it comes for the Church.
The Beech Community honored alumni at their annual Independence Day celebration.