Barnardsville resident Eddie Harwood is no stranger to the impact that COVID-19 has had on his business. When he opened the Barn at Paint Fork as a music venue, he experienced much success.
The parent company of the Asheville Mall filed for bankruptcy November 1 to restructure its surmounting debt.
The Land of Sky Regional Council’s Annual State of Our Air Briefing and Press Conference, online this year, contained many affordable energy tips for consumers.
Flat Rock Pizza is the latest local business casualty of the pandemic and statewide limits on business, closing this past weekend after more than a dozen years as a popular eatery and fervent supporter of civic groups.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to rattle the city’s small business community, as business after business closes permanently.
At Rocky’s, customers select their chicken’s heat on a scale that starts with plain, to mild, and then increases incrementally to extra hot.
Business owner Anthony Randolph has signed the lease to open his next Prescription Pad pharmacy in Weaverville.
A Hendersonville company, Advance Wheelchair Transportation, goes the extra mile to make non-emergency medical transportation to those with physical limitations a “concierge experience.”
The first corporate hotel to open in the Town of Weaverville did so on September 3rd at 25 Fairfield Approach Drive.
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.