Clint Parker

Town Approves $2.7M for Paving, $25K for Playground

Commissioners declared a winning bid for paved roads and spoke about a matched donation towards a playground installation.

Warriors Continuing Football Careers

Erwin High Football players Sawyer Parker & Daniel Rivera are continuing their careers at the college leve

Students Compete in First In-Person State Event

Several North Buncombe High Black Hawk students were lauded with awards and official positions at the State Leadership Conference.

Town Looking for Water Partners

As more developments look to deploy, concerns over water resources continue to rise.

19th Annual Tourism Day

Madison County – The NC Dept. of Commerce is asking residents to join the I-26 West NC Welcome Center in Mars Hill for their 19th Annual Tourism Day; Friday, May 6th from 10 am – 2 pm! “Once a year, during National Tourism Week, we get the opportunity to say thank you to our travellers […]

Commissioners, Sheriff & District Attorney all on the Ballot

A triad of high stake Buncombe County positions are up for grabs in this upcoming election and the primary on May 17th will narrow the field for the Fall.

Making Town More Bike/Pedestrian-Friendly

Weaverville City Council plans to make the town more bike & pedestrian-friendly.

Candidates Vying for State House & Senate

Candidate hopefuls are gunning for incumbents’ seats. Voters will decide who will take on office-holders in the upcoming primary.

Woodfin Opening New Silver-Line Park

Woodfin’s long-awaited Silver-Line park is opening this month with a celebration on April 21.

Is the Buncombe DA Breaking the Law?

The Fourth Circuit of Appeals determined that a Facebook account used by a public official to keep the public informed of their activities while in office must allow comments of all opinions, even ones criticizing job performance.