The United States government is hastily pushing citizens to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and booster.
Weaverville Town Council workshops on how to push town employees to get vaccinated.
Town looks to use a “carrot and stick” policy to encourage employees to get vaccinated.
Weaverville Town Council goes online to allow more excess to their meetings
Since when is it ok to make people choose between their job and taking an ineffective vaccine?
Hopefully, perhaps unrealistically, the government is paying attention so the next pandemic will not involve a protracted string of changing inconveniences.
Lab results confirmed recent cases of COVID-19 that are epidemiologically linked.
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 […]
Buncombe County received 141 applications for $50.7 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds. They announced the first $11.3 million in awards.
After the City of Asheville spent through its first tranche of COVID relief funding and into the second, the floor opened for public comment on how the balance of funds should be appropriated.