Asheville City Council approved a five-month extension to its hotel moratorium, previously set to expire September 24.
State Senate challenger Brian Caskey calls for expanded Medicaid in North Carolina, as he takes on Sen. Chuck Edwards.
At the last Woodfin Board of Commissioners meeting, Woodfin Administrator Eric Hardy told the board that the town’s public works department was working overtime to catch up with brush collection.
The local public can tell City of Hendersonville officials about priority police-related issues and policies and most pivotal qualities to look for in the next police chief, in an online survey conducted through Sept. 11.
Recently, Asheville City Council heard a presentation on the proposed tree canopy ordinance, intended to preserve the city’s mature trees, to keep the town beautiful for tourists and residents, and to combat climate change through, among other things, making the city less of an urban heat sink and reducing stormwater runoff.
In their Monday meeting (Aug 24) the Weaverville Town Council voted to supply water to two developments among other business conducted by the board.
Mark Meadows Meadows called some BLM protestors’ attacks on people and property “appalling.”
City Council received 30 applications for filling the seat vacated with the resignation of former Councilor Vijay Kapoor.
President Donald J. Trump held a rally at Flavor 1st Growers and Packers in Mills River.
Tuesday evening (August 18), the Woodfin Board of Commissioners at their regular monthly meeting heard from members of McGill & Associates on the possibility of a $2 million grant to extend water lines for the Woodfin Water System. Keith Webb, McGill’s vice-president, told the board his group had found a state community development block grant […]