Scholars Discuss Vance Monument at Symposium

The city is facing a reckoning of history and memory at the steps of the Vance Monument in Asheville.

Celebrating 62 Years of Marriage and on their way to forever

Rev. Wesley and Shirley Buckner Pike celebrate 62 years of marriage on their way to forever together.

Longtime senior pastor of Trinity Baptist Church plans to step down

Leicester resident and Senior Pastor of Trinity Baptist Church Dr. Ralph Sexton Jr. announced Sunday morning he would be stepping down.

Residential treatment facility confirms case of COVID-19

Solstice East, a residential treatment facility has confirmed they had a case of COVID-19 in their center.

Hendersonville’s 8th annual 5K Turkey Trot

The City of Hendersonville’s Wellness Committee will be hosting the 8th Annual Turkey Trot 5k Thanksgiving morning on November 26.

Woodfin says no to “affordable” 115 townhome project

The Woodfin Planning & Zoning Board handed developer Jamie Lopez a defeat to build a 115-townhome project at 300 Baird Cove. 

North Carolina Mountain Ride on for August

The Cycle North Carolina Mountain Ride will take place in Forest City August 7th-9th, 2020, and the Mountains to Coast Tour is set to kick off on October 3rd, 2020.

Festivities abound for Labor Day weekend in Hendersonville

Hendersonville's annual apple festival parade was cancelled due to COVID-19. Instead, Downtown Hendersonville held a Labor Day celebration.

Barn preservation benefit to help artists and historic group

The Appalachian Barn Alliance (ABA) is partnering with local artists for a benefit art exhibit in the Asheville River Arts District during the month of October.  

Dry Falls Brewing expands outdoors, adapting to state limits

Dry Falls Brewing Co. is a classic case of a local business turning a major drawback into positives, by greatly expanding its outdoor seating and year-round capacity to adapt to pandemic restrictions.