Council Accepts Plan for ‘Pit of Despair’

The Asheville City Council has excepted a plan for the downtown 'Pit of Despair' property.

Progress Picking Up on Greenway

At the October monthly meeting, Woodfin Town Administrator Eric Hardy reported to the council that progress on the greenway and Silver-Line Park is moving forward.

Town Approves Nearly 200-Unit Development

A development interrupted by the 2008 economic and housing market downturn will continue, say the Woodfin Commissioners on October 20th. 

County: FY2019-2020 Budget Fared Well

Buncombe County fared well, at least through June 30, through the economic shutdown. Revenues were $379.6 million, or 0.24% more than was budgeted.

Woodfin Hires New Planning Director

The Town of Woodfin announced their selection of Adrienne Isenhower for planning director.

Commissioners Addressing Full Plate of Crises

At their last work session, the Buncombe County Commissioners heard several reports about the extraordinary actions the county is taking in response to these extraordinary times.

Cawthorn Sharing Concerns: Economy & Protests

Madison Cawthorn, 25, is the Republican candidate for the 11th District in N.C.

Moe Davis: Anti-torture Stance is Advocating for American Values

Congressional candidate Moe Davis revealed his insights into the complicated world of dealing with terrorist suspects, in an exclusive interview with The Tribune Papers.

Candidates Running for Eight Seats on State Appellate Courts

Three of seven seats on the North Carolina Supreme Court are on the ballot this year, including chief justice, who is also the state’s top court administrator.

Support Needed for Low-Income Internet Schooling

The most substantial portion of Asheville City Manager Debra Campbell’s update on the 30-60-90 plan, soon to be renamed, pertained to the creation of PODS, which stands for Positive Opportunities to Develop Success.