New Executive Director Familiar Face

The new executive director for Emerald Ridge Rehab and Care Center is an old familiar face, Tom Hager.

Increase Alcohol Sales has Drawbacks

Remember all those increases in alcohol sales the Tribune has reported on in the past months? Well, every rose has its thorns and it looks like there are some negative effects from all that drinking.

Santa Visits Mills River

Santa’s helpers handed out candy canes to children along Santa’s Route and at designated Santa Stops.

Storehouse Toy Drive Swaps Cookies for Gifts

Adapting to pandemic restrictions, Ty Keplinger morphed into Cookie Santa as a sweet way to reward drive-through toy donors.

Keller Williams holds Christmas event

On Friday, December 19th, Christmas Spirit filled Main Street in Downtown Weaverville. The Weaverville Keller Williams office held a night of Christmas Joy, including Christmas lights and Santa Claus.

Scouts Take Top 5 in Gingerbread Contest

Girl Scout Troop 42504 placed in the top 5 in the youth division in the Omni Grove Park Gingerbread competition.

Wintry Weather Means Skiing This Season

With temperatures dropping and snow falling particularly at higher elevations, skiing, ice skating, snow tubing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and all the joys of being outside in the snow have arrived.

Biz Thanks Community for Successful Toys Drive

The recent Edward Jones Toys for Tots Campaign in the Leicester community was a great success

Feeling Jolly, not ‘Grinchy’ in ‘Whoville’

Downtown Hendersonville took on the fantasy identity of Dr. Suess' "Whoville" on Saturday, to radiate its small-town holiday charm.

Historic Enka Clock Tower Safe from Demolition

The Preservation Society of Asheville & Buncombe County started a petition in November to prevent the destruction of the 92 year old Enka Clock Tower, when they heard that the Samet Corporation sought a permit to demolish the tower as part of their new development project in the area.