North Buncombe Student Awarded $10k Scholarship

the SECU Foundation, funded a $10,000 four-year college scholarship for Ella Kopp, a senior at North Buncombe High School.

Erwin Grad Supports Navy’s TOPGUN School

An Erwin High graduate is helping train the Navy’s top fighter pilots at the TOPGUN school in Nevada. Read how he’s helping.

Town Set to Increase Budget By $1.36M, No Tax Increase

The Town of Woodfin will be increasing it annual budget by 17 percent with the help of funds from the American Rescue Plan Act.

A Solution is Needed Sooner Rather Than Later

Weaverville's FIre Department exodus started last May with the firing of Weaverville Firefighter Austin McKinney over a social media post on a firefighters’ union Instagram account about pay.

Reimagine Deaverview Tugs City Budget

David Nash, executive director of the Housing Authority of the City of Asheville, made three appearances before city council in one night. Most significantly, he wanted the city to make up for the county’s shortfall and contribute a total of $1.465 million in affordable housing bond revenues to leverage 9% Low-Income Housing Tax Credits.

Season Finale of Brevard Philharmonic

Brevard Philharmonic’s final concert this season will be on Sunday afternoon, May 22. 

Military Uniforms on Display at Museum

The Dry Ridge Museum is displaying old military uniforms, letters, pictures and more at their museum just in time for Memorial Day.

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.”