Weaverville will hold its annual 9/11 observance at 11 a.m. on Monday, September 12th at Lake Louise. In the event of inclement weather, the event will take place at the Community Center above the lake. The speaker will be Joe Krebbs, a retired decorated battalion chief of the NYFD. Mr. Krebbs spent three days at […]
The Weaverville Town Council is about to make a tough decision next month. One I would not look forward to if I was in their shoes. One that will make them “put their money where their mouth is,” so to speak. I’m talking about whether or not to provide water to a low-income housing project […]
Among other matters discussed at the Weaverville Town Council in August were traffic calming measures for the Lake Louise area. Read that and more actions in this article.
The City of Asheville had planned to get bike lanes on the north end of Biltmore Avenue with state funds as the North Carolina Department of Transportation restripes the road. Property owners and tenants, however, told the city they had a far more urgent need.
Reynolds wants to regain status as Top Gun, by shooting down all MAC rivals.
Members of Asheville City Council used the opportunity presented by having to approve recommendations for asset forfeiture allocations as an opportunity to publicly criticize the federal policy.
Of great importance to county and city citizens is the current information and plans for the coming year by both the city and the county. The two, Mayor Manheimer and County Board Chairman Brownie Newman, spoke during a luncheon given by LAF and presented their budgets and plans.
The Warriors will score many points. How many the defense yields determines success.
West Falcons turned the community of Mills River into a “Thrills Reservoir” with an impressive triumph.
The Cougars see themselves as predators again, to hunt another league crown.