Plans Trucking Along for Fulfillment Center

A last-mile fulfillment center is planned for the former BASF site.

Chief Justice Newby allows Courts to Reopen

Newly-sworn-in Chief Justice Paul Newby is wasting little time in getting North Carolina’s court system back up and running.

Blair Myhand is New HPD Chief

Blair Myhand, Hendersonville’s new police chief, impressed city officials with his strong leadership skills and emphasis on strict standards and community outreach in policing.

Community Weighs in on Charlotte St. Development

On January 7 RCG-Killian Chestnut Residential Properties LLC held a Zoom meeting to discuss the proposed development of the 100 block of Charlotte Street and the area behind it on Chestnut Street, Forman Avenue and Baird Street.

County Leadership Urges Personal Responsibility

The following represents the latest COVID updates as Buncombe County offices closed for the weekend.

New Woodfin’s Mountain Village Zoning rules

Last month Woodfin’s commissioners then took up a public hearing for an amendment to the Mountain Village Zoning District’s text.

COVID Blamed for Customers’ Contact Problems

After receiving inquiries about customers having trouble getting in touch with the Sanitary Water & Sewer District Offices, the Tribune looked into the matter.

County Acts on Reimagining Police

Following the holiday break, public comment at the Buncombe County Commissioners’ meeting was not so overwhelming.

Local Politicians Get Sworn In & Assignments

As part of a January bi-annual ritual, local politicians are being sworn-in, receiving assignments or voted into leadership positions. 

Low-Income Development Applications Now Open

The City of Asheville’s Community Development (CD) Department is now accepting applications for the, “Home Investment Partnerships Program” (HOME) program.