According to reports, COVID-19 is raging, and all our shutdowns and mask-wearing seems to be in vain.
Barnardsville resident Eddie Harwood is no stranger to the impact that COVID-19 has had on his business. When he opened the Barn at Paint Fork as a music venue, he experienced much success.
It will be interesting to see if the riots across the United States continue after the nation’s news media outlets declared former Vice President Joe Biden the presumptive next president.
A Civil War-era placard was stolen sometime last week from the monument to which it was attached on the Madison County Courthouse grounds in downtown Marshall.
The new community center at Lake Louise is under a roof and well on its way to completion, according to Weaverville Town Manager.
As part of last month’s consent agenda, the Town Council of Weaverville voted to change its way of collecting water system development fees, per state mandate.
As a last tribute to my cousin, Paul Nizamian, I would like to submit this humorous article he wrote back in the ‘90s that I first published in May of 1995 in my first newspaper.
At the October monthly meeting, Woodfin Town Administrator Eric Hardy reported to the council that progress on the greenway and Silver-Line Park is moving forward.
The Weaverville Police Department is happy to announce that they are beginning their 18th Annual Cops for Kids program.
A development interrupted by the 2008 economic and housing market downturn will continue, say the Woodfin Commissioners on October 20th.