Advance Wheelchair Transportation makes traveling a true pleasure

A Hendersonville company, Advance Wheelchair Transportation,  goes the extra mile to make non-emergency medical transportation to those with physical limitations a “concierge experience.” 

Weaverville’s first corporate hotel opens, others worry

The first corporate hotel to open in the Town of Weaverville did so on September 3rd at 25 Fairfield Approach Drive.

Local bank gets new director

HomeTrust Bank recently announced that the Company’s Board of Directors had appointed Rebekah M. Lowe as a director of the Company, effective September 1 of this year.

Full-service beauty & tanning salon opened in Weaverville

Owners David Scott and Dawn Payne opened Beauty & the Sun Bum, a full-service beauty and tanning salon on July 1st on N Main St in Weaverville.

Historic small town drug store closes after being in business since 1928

Weaverville Drug Company originally opened in 1885, but the present-day store opened in 1928 and was a longstanding institution of downtown Weaverville. A recent Walgreens buyout of Smith Drug Company marks the startling end to this local favorite.

Hobby Lobby, Marshalls are coming to Weaverville

Weaverville will be getting two more large chain stores – Hobby Lobby and Marshalls.

Pet groomers expand their business as part of their dream

The Wonderdog Family announce this week they have opened a second location. The new facility is located at 308 Stone Ridge Blvd, Woodfin, NC.

New gourmet dog food business open to the public

Waggin Meals has announced they have opened a storefront on their family property, after a successful launch of their home-based gourmet dog food business. 

Jacob Sessoms talks ‘El Gallo’ & setting new courses, friendly ventures

Asheville restaurateur Jacob Sessoms talks about restaurant "El Gallo" and new venture "Table Right Here!"

Adapting continuously, Biltmore Village business steady

Little by little the stores and restaurants in Biltmore Village have found ways to comply with government regulations, keep safe from the COVID19 virus, and yet open up to customers.