The Asheville Racquet Club hosted the annual Banana Open Singles Tennis Tournament for over 55 players from WNC and neighboring states.
Browne said he is concerned with the way his event was handled not only by the City of Asheville but by the news media.
World War II veteran Kenneth Ames Maultsby Sr. was honored by The Quilts of Valor Foundation.
Children and creatures alike came out of their shells Saturday during “Open Streets” along Hendersonville’s Main Street, at a unique Team ECCO educational display of turtles and tortoises.
Ten former students from Henderson County high schools signed contracts with four advanced manufacturing companies recently as part of the Made in Henderson County Apprenticeship Program.
Mission Health in Asheville is fighting efforts to unionize 1,600 registered nurses.
The Rotary Club of Asheville and Asheville Rotaract joined forces during a volunteer workday in late July to refurbish one of the many Nature Playspaces at the WNC Nature Center at 75 Gashes Creek Road in Asheville.
A larger than life series of unique nature sculptures, built out of Lego® brick blocks, has now opened at the North Carolina Arboretum.
Flat Rock Playhouse (FRP) apprentices from over the past 60 years will perform in a virtual cabaret Monday, Aug. 3 in a major fundraiser for the state playhouse.
Three Chopt Sandwich Shoppe owner Matthew Rogers is donating a free vanilla ice cream bar to each paying customer through this Saturday, July 25 to mark his “33 years in the restaurant business.”