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Sprinkle Retires From Church After 28 Years

After 28 years Joy Sprinkle has retired as the administrative assistant at Weaverville First Baptist Church.

Woodfin Approves More Than $8 Million Budget

Woodfin Commissioners approved a more than $8 million budget for the 2022-2023 fiscal year. More than a 17 percent increase over their current budget.

Workshop Allows Tweaks to Budget and More

Tweaks to the 2022-2023 budget before the June monthly meeting of the Weaverville Town Council also gave council a chance to do other business.

4th Fundraiser Held, Honoring Young Cancer Victim

A Fourth of July fundraiser is being held in honor of young cancer victim.

Angered Elected Officials Seem to Call For Violence After SCOTUS Decision

A Weaverville elected official seems to call for violence in a Facebook post after last week the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, which said there was a right to abortion within the US Constitution.

Riley McCurry Honored for Academic Work

A North Buncombe High graduate and current Gardner-Webb sophomore and softball player recently received an honor from the Big South Conference at the conclusion of the 2022 season. Riley McCurry, a former Black Hawk, was selected to the All-Academic Team. During her time at Gardner-Webb, McCurry maintained a 3.89 GPA in Biology. This season, she has […]

Locals Graduating Nurses Ceremonially Recognized

Mars Hill University honored the 2022 graduates of the Judge-McRae School of Nursing during a pinning ceremony on Friday, May 13, 2022. The ceremony for this year’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) graduates was held in Moore Auditorium. The spring 2022 area graduates of MHU’s pre-licensure B.S.N. program are: Lauren Allen of Barnardsville, North […]

Weaverville Getting New Electrical Substation

A conditional use permit for Duke Energy electrical substation was approved.

Like Fine Wines, Town Centers Develop Over Time

Woodfin citizens look to build a town center.

Town Looking for Input on a “Town Center”

Woodfin seeks guidance in developing it's plan for a new "town center."