Businesses Support “USMC Toys for Tots” Drive

Local Edward Jones offices are looking for help in supporting the USMC's Toys for Tots drive.

New Burger Joint Coming to Town

Grading has begun on the restaurant's construction site.

Longtime Insurance Agent & Partner Retires

After his 70th birthday and 23 years as a partner at Brank Insurance in Weaverville, Paul Aubry has retired from serving his clients. A retirement party was held at the offices of Brank last month as Paul celebrated his last day of work. He and his wife, Kay, plan to do some traveling in their […]

Hotel Remains Unfinished, Supply Chain Issues Says Owner

People are wondering why a hotel project in Woodfin is still ongoing after five years of construction. The owner says it problems getting materials.

ServisFirst Bank Expanding into WNC With Trusted Local Bankers

ServisFirst Bank is expanding to WNC and will be offering everything from micro-loans for mom-and-pop companies up to $250 million loans for larger privately owned and operated businesses.

Gun Manufacturer Offering Comfortable Concealed-Carry Options

Cosaint Arms looks to optimize the concealed carry experience so that gun owners are always holstering a sidearm.

Fine Art and Antiques Bring Handsome Prices at Brunk Auctions

Brunk Auctions on Tunnel Road in Asheville has grown from a small regions auction house, founded by Robert Brunk, to a national service with an international clientele.

Mast General Stores Sponsor the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy

Shop at Mast General Store on Land Trust Day, June 4th, and 20% of the sale will be donated to the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy.

Senior Care Facility Achieves Zero-Deficiency

Emerald Ridge underwent a state survey and achieved a zero deficiency results: exactly what they wanted.

Putting the Pedal to the Pints

Pub-cycles are a growing trend in Asheville, and now in Hendersonville, thanks to Adam Justus’ business.