Staff Reports

Are Public Schools Too “Woke’ for Children?

What is keeping the interest level so high in homeschooling?

The Wyeths: Three Generations

A new exhibit at the Asheville Art Museum showcases three generations of artistic talent. The collection is a comprehensive display of works by N.C. Wyeth, one of America’s most acclaimed illustrators.

Mercy Urgent Care Expands Operating Hours

Mercy Urgent Care is expanding operating hours at its locations throughout Western North Carolina. These new hours will go into effect on Sunday, Feb. 27. 

We Have Our Southern Indoor Champs

The Southern Indoor Tennis Championships were played at Asheville Racquet Club south, this past weekend Feb 4-6.

Republicans Questioning Cooper Over Clean Energy Order

Three Republican lawmakers are questioning the legality and affordability of Gov. Roy Cooper’s latest executive action on clean energy, including how to pay for bridge and road repairs if electric vehicles replace gas-powered vehicles.

“Roaring Rhapsody” Revives Concertos for Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month this February, the Asheville Symphony is showcasing a number of works composed by Black musicians. 

Momentum Gallery Hosts Group Shows

View a collection of enchanting, whimsical works at Momentum Gallery this season. The variety of art celebrates all things night.

Queens of Soul for New Years

Asheville Symphony Presents New Year’s Eve: Queens of Soul, featuring powerhouse guest vocalists performing Motown, R&B and Soul hits.

Dickens Christmas Event Delights All

Winter season festivities were kicked off with its traditional emblematic tree lighting in Biltmore Village. 

Middle School Boys Team off to Hot Start

The North Buncombe Middle School boys team is seeing a successful season with more games to come.