Making Town More Bike/Pedestrian-Friendly

Weaverville City Council plans to make the town more bike & pedestrian-friendly.

A Decade-Long Project Comes to an End

A 10 year old project started by the Weaverville Public Works Department has come to the end with the replacement of all its manual read water meters with radio read meters saving the town time and money.

Cougars, Bearcats Win Football Playoff Openers

“CAT-atonic: In football, when foes of teams with feline nicknames are in a deeply ineffective slumber.”

Woodfin Appoints Member Days Before Election

Just days before the election, Woodfin fills an empty commissioner’s seat with an appointed member.

WNC Honorees Starring in Encore Seasons

The WNC Sports Awards are for non-football sports athletes and teams. 

WNC British Car Club Show in Mills River

Fans of European and British cars will have a lovely afternoon on Saturday, September 25, when the British Car Club of Western North Carolina is holding its annual Autumn in the Mountains Show at Mills River Brewery.

Collections of Indian Artifacts in Fletcher

The 17th Annual Western North Carolina Indian Artifact Show will be taking place at the Lelia Patterson Center in Fletcher on Sunday September 19th, with dealers coming from all over the southeast, as well as many other states.

Why Are NC Residents Hesitant About Vaccine?

Even in the midst of an increase in COVID cases caused by the Delta variant, North Carolinians are hesitant about getting the vaccin. A survey by QuoteWizard might shed some light on why. According to the survey released Thursday (Aug. 12), there are a number of reasons that only 47 percent of the state’s residents […]

Woodfin Looking to Correct ‘Misstep’ on Zoning

Woodfin’s recent zoning ordinance is found to be null and void.

Citizens Protest Latest COVID Measures

The Buncombe County Commissioners’ chambers overflowed with citizens wishing to voice opposition to the latest COVID mandates.