Christmas is Different But Will Not Disappoint!

Let’s check out some of the local tree vendors.

Meals on Wheels: A Bright Spot in the Pandemic

Altruism abounds during a time when food insecurity and isolation plague Buncombe County’s senior population. 

Dr. Chris Parsons Named Physician of the Year

Board-certified infectious disease specialist Chris Parsons, M.D., medical director for Pardee Center for Infectious Diseases, has been named the recipient of the 2020 Physician of the Year award, sponsored by First Citizens Bank.

Fire Will Set $15M Project’s End Date Back

An afternoon fire on Tuesday (November 10) at the Metropolitan Sewage District Treatment plant in Woodfin drew more than 25 fire departments from 5 counties. It also set back a $15 million project’s end by months.

Over Century Old Plaque Stolen

A Civil War-era placard was stolen sometime last week from the monument to which it was attached on the Madison County Courthouse grounds in downtown Marshall.

Virus Changes Annual Gingerbread House Contest

The Omni Grove Park Gingerbread House Competition will take place again this year, but not in the hotel nor in person.

Fundraising Helps New Community Center

The new community center at Lake Louise is under a roof and well on its way to completion, according to Weaverville Town Manager.

‘Back the Blue’ Auto Parade Nov. 14

The “Back the Blue” auto parade will be in Hendersonville this Saturday, November 14, featuring antique and collectible autos and motorcycles in a parade to benefit local law enforcement.

Investment Advisors Support Toys for Tots Drive

Edward Jones financial advisors are supporting the Toys for Tots program by using their offices as drop-off locations for this year’s toy drive.

Annual Cops for Kids, on but with Changes

The Weaverville Police Department is happy to announce that they are beginning their 18th Annual Cops for Kids program.