Vesta Hardy celebrated her 103rd birthday on June 10 with family and friends.
Discussion the night the Buncombe County Commissioners adopted their FY 2022-2023 budget was dominated by questions about how much liquidity persons receiving county tax abatement should be allowed.
After 28 years Joy Sprinkle has retired as the administrative assistant at Weaverville First Baptist Church.
Woodfin Commissioners approved a more than $8 million budget for the 2022-2023 fiscal year. More than a 17 percent increase over their current budget.
Tweaks to the 2022-2023 budget before the June monthly meeting of the Weaverville Town Council also gave council a chance to do other business.
Blue Ridge Community College students now have expanded four-year higher education pathways thanks to a new collaborative agreement with WGU North Carolina. Blue Ridge students who earn an associate’s degree in business administration, information technology, K-12 teacher education, and health professions are now able to transfer those credits and pursue a bachelor’s degree through WGU […]
Dr. John Bryant’s last day on the job is Thursday, June 30. He proudly reflects on his past two years at the helm.
The five new inductions push Hall of Famers beyond 135 since 2003.
Weeks after the Buncombe County Commissioners signed a resolution supporting a change to the way hotel tax revenues are distributed, Vic Isley, representing the Tourism Development Authority, had a turn at the podium.
A Weaverville elected official seems to call for violence in a Facebook post after last week the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, which said there was a right to abortion within the US Constitution.