Remembering Weaverville’s former Mayor

Former Weaverville Mayor Mary “Bett” Speir Stroud, 75, passed away on Sunday, February 14, at Elderberry Health Care in Marshall, N.C.

City States Case, Refocuses on Healing

Mass media conveyed a sense of community outrage over the removal of a homeless camp under the I-240 bridge in downtown Asheville. City Manager Debra Campbell wanted to assure the public the city was being as humane as humanly possible in dealing with a multifaceted issue - assistance is always welcome.

Daly: Champion for Healthcare

Celebrating the life and career of Marianna TePaske.

Buncombe County GOP Convention March 6

The Buncombe County Republican Party is holding its annual convention next month. 

One Man’s Concerns over 1,500-unit Project

A resident of a Woodfin neighborhood voices his concerns about the proposed Richmond Hill development.

Sliding Into 2021

Marshall Scouts re-unite to snowboard, ski at Wolf Laurel after 2020 Year of COVID-19

Motel To Become Apartments For Homeless

Homeward Bound is converting a Tunnel Road Days Inn to 85 apartments for the homeless.

Weaving Past into Present

Madison County students learn Peruvian weaving skills at MMS art class

Red Cross Requests Blood Drive Space

There have been no reported cases of people getting SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, from a blood transfusion.

Developer Clears-Up Perceptions About Project

The developer of a half-billion-dollar project in Woodfin says there are still misconceptions surrounding the development he and his investors are proposing.