Buncombe Engages Redistricting Representation

Statewide redistricting remains in litigation, causing concerns over whether it will be possible to hold fair elections in a timely manner.

Woodfin Losing Another Longtime Commissioner

Four Woodfin Town Commissioners have either been voted out or offered their resignation in the past few months.  

Fire Dept. Announces Annual Award Winners

Two Hendersonville Fire employees were honored for their “above-and-beyond” service in 2021. 

Development Proceeding After Decade of Trouble

After more than a decade of trouble, a new developer hopes to build 120 town homes in Woodfin’s Walnut Springs development.

Town Planning Policy to Push Employees to Vax

Weaverville Town Council workshops on how to push town employees to get vaccinated. 

Annexation, Vaccination Discussed at Meeting

Town looks to use a “carrot and stick” policy to encourage employees to get vaccinated.

Corridor Users: Plans Still Not Pragmatic

Asheville City Council approved corridor plans for Hendersonville Road, Tunnel Road, and Biltmore Avenue/McDowell Street. Changes set to reduce automobile traffic lanes and accommodate more transit, cycling and walking.

Weaverville Expands Online Meetings

Weaverville Town Council goes online to allow more excess to their meetings 

Asheville Approves Mixed-Use Project

Mixed-use condominiums and apartments are greenlit for development in Downtown Asheville.

Taylor Christmas Dinner Showcases Candidates

Former Congressman Charles Taylor, 80, is still a force in the Republican Party, and his Christmas Dinner is a big part of that force.