United Way of Henderson County steps up to fight food insecurity by awarding $50,000 to 13 local public-facing food pantries and distribution sites, doubling the impact of community donations and providing crucial support during a time of increased need.
A primary duty of the government is to protect the citizens. The City of Asheville is not meeting this obligation! Residents are not safe on their own streets. Some business owners are sleeping in their stores at night to protect their establishments from burglars. Many who work in downtown are in fear when they leave […]
Recently, Weaverville residents were treated to a captivating preview of “At the Café,” an extraordinary musical written by Marcy Gallagher with music composed by Sarah Kohrs. The exclusive sneak peek took place at the Weaverville Center for Creative and Healthy Living, situated at the Weaverville Community Center, on Sunday, July 9th. The evening commenced with […]
Golfers are discovering the pleasure of playing at the Chestnut Mountain Golf Club in the High Vista Community in Mills River, which has been vastly improved under the new management. It is now open to the public. Come one and all.
For the first time ever, the small town of Tryon, NC played a role in the creation of a Broadway-bound performance. Aanika’s Elephants, a family-friendly, short play from the creative team behind Sesame Street, debuted at the Tryon Fine Arts Center (TFAC) for three shows on July 14 and 15.
This article is dedicated to those who work so hard and so smart in the service of their neighbors, they are able to live as fine art.
On its surface, Travis Lowe’s Some Notes On Dating During Outbreak is a night of fast-paced, clever dialogue, which drives the three-person play through the world’s worst first date. It is, of course, much more than its surface. Full of completely unexpected twists and turns, delving into the humanity of connection, the fear of trusting […]
“I am excited to announce my candidacy for Weaverville Town Council for the 2023 election cycle,” says Peter B. McGuire, a lifelong resident of the area. McGuire says, “Having been raised in Asheville from the age of 4, I graduated from Davidson College (1996) with a B.A. in Religion. During college, and for several years […]
Going to the hospital can be traumatic. It gets worse when you're sick, stuck in a hall, without a heart monitor or even a room number, and in need of attention that is always running behind. So, what's so wrong about Mission building more medical facilities?
The adoption of the plan is just the start of a long road to a more bicycle/pedestrian-friendly Weaverville, and a lot more work and money will be needed to make it a reality.