Henderson Soccer ‘Foot Patrols’ Step Up

Three of four local squads are on track to make spring soccer playoffs.

Local Education Needs Work

Following a previous presentation on poor academic performance in local schools post-pandemic, the commissioners heard answers to their questions about which demographics were most adversely impacted.

Asheville ‘Foo Fighters’ Beat TCR, ACR

Asheville has the jump on other MAC soccer frontrunners.

Reparations & Fears of the Unknown

Rumors and allegations about the goings on in the Asheville-Buncombe Reparations Commission could not be confirmed, based on the most recent presentations at official city and county meetings.

Find that Elusive Herb at WNC Herb Festival

The Asheville Spring Herb Festival has been going on for thirty-three years and is considered the largest herb event in the USA and Canada. It runs for 3 full days this year, starting on Friday, May 5, at the WNC Agricultural Center in Fletcher, NC.

ACT’s Bright Star Is Charming, Dark, and Wonderfully Lyrical.

Filled with heartbreak and melancholy, wonder and whimsy, ACT's Bright Star is passionately delivered by a supremely skilled cast.

Business Reopens To Tremendous Community Support

Rachel expressed they could have used another week to prepare before opening, but "we were getting so many wonderful calls, emails, and messages on Facebook, and we just needed to get back to normal and get back to business."

Music and Storytelling at Event in Weaverville

In a packed house concert at the Community Center at Dottie Sherrill Knoll in Weaverville, storytellers and musicians Michael Reno Harrell (left) and Josh Goforth (right) come together for an event on April 20th. The concert was sponsored by the Weaverville Center for Creative and Healthy Living, Peterson Insurance and UNC-Asheville. David Holt (center), a […]

Can This Group Spare Us Some Change?

Concerned citizens, business owners, advocacy group leaders, and City Council Member gather to find solutions to the real problems we are facing in Asheville.