Following the holiday break, public comment at the Buncombe County Commissioners’ meeting was not so overwhelming.
Volleyball playoffs start next week, with second-ranked T.C. Roberson eager for a state title and quarantined West Henderson as well as North Henderson also poised for title quests.
I received an email from a former reader the other day. I say former as he was canceling his subscription to the paper because of somethings he read.
The wheels of justice turn slowly and during COVID-19 they’ve all but come to a stop.
Political Agendas Are Distorting Public Perception and Policy.
The new executive director for Emerald Ridge Rehab and Care Center is an old familiar face, Tom Hager.
At a budget retreat the Buncombe County Commissioners held on December 10, staff reported that the impacts of COVID-19 on the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, were not that bad.
Remember all those increases in alcohol sales the Tribune has reported on in the past months? Well, every rose has its thorns and it looks like there are some negative effects from all that drinking.
Buncombe County Tax Collector Keith Miller isn’t the only analyst describing the skyrocketing housing market as “crazy.”
On Friday, December 19th, Christmas Spirit filled Main Street in Downtown Weaverville. The Weaverville Keller Williams office held a night of Christmas Joy, including Christmas lights and Santa Claus.