It’s said in politics if you can’t stand the heat get out of the kitchen, but one candidate is taking a blogger to court. Do they have legal grounds to do so?
Due to a COVID outbreak in the girls basketball game, the ceremony has been moved to halftime of the boys game and the boys start play at 6:30 PM.
Decades long running Christmas parade tradition was in full swing basking in in a sunny Weaverville afternoon.
Under the stresses of an increasingly toxic work environment, Eric Hardy steps down.
Councilmember Gene Knoefel III of Weaverville grew up in Black Mountain. He passed away in October of this year.
The Weaverville Town Council welcomed two new council members and a mayor.
For the first time in 32 years, Dottie Sherill is not a member of the Town Council of Weaverville. The Tribune talked with Sherrill about her time on the council.
Some of the public who spoke at the Woodfin Board of Commissioners meeting lacked knowledge about the general proceedings of the town.
Last week, the Tribune reported on a damaged road that neither the City of Asheville nor the NC Department of Transportation wanted to claim. Just a few days later, the Tribune learned that repairs will begin imminently on the road.
Public comment dominated the Town of Woodfin’s monthly meeting after too few commissioners showed up.