I first told the Weaverville Town Council, and then the Woodfin Town Commissioners, in commentaries last year that I’m not a fan of appointing people to the boards close to an election. Weaverville has gotten away with it twice, once with Jeff McKenna and then with John Chase. Woodfin Dilemma And now, Woodfin’s appointment has […]
Former Weaverville Police Chief Greg Stephens stops by the Dry Ridge Museum to view a display of his time as chief of police in Weaverville.
Madison County School Board candidate Vickie Hollifield says the board is not following state law, and its own rules.
Who was behind the lawsuit that led to the dismissal of a Woodfin commissioner from the board? The Tribune takes a closer look.
Weaverville Town Council puts water plant expansion on hold and is considering making the plant a regional resource.
Doug Edwards has worked in the Buncombe County DA’s office for over 10 years. Now he wants to run it.
The Town of Woodfin hoped to have its zoning issues for developers behind them by now. The latest meeting shows there are still cracks in the town ordinances.
Fresh out of the military, Honeycutt hopes to make his next move to Congress to help govern in the country he’s been protecting.
With the expansion of the Weaverville Water Plant on hold and allegations about Woodfin Water surfacing, there are troubled waters in the North Buncombe area.
Shopping at the WNC Bridge Foundation’s Thrift Store during February will benefit the Intensive Needs Program at Weaverville Elementary School.