The Weaverville Business Association (WBA) is thrilled to announce the Weaverville Business Association Micro-Grant program. This program is made possible thanks to the Duke Energy Foundation’s Hometown Revitalization grant program. This is the second year Duke Energy has provided targeted grants in support of downtown areas throughout the state. Grants from the WBA will range […]
Izzy Losskarn's solo exhibition at Slouch Gallery in Weaverville, entitled "You’re Doing It Wrong," is an achievement by the emerging artist and is well worth the visit.
The Weaverville Town Council voted for a controversial nonprofit, low-income housing project on the condition that they agree to annexation. The vote was 4–2, with one abstention. Find out why.
The Weaverville Town Council discussed sidewalks, roof replacement, and more at their September meeting.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a commentary about the decision that the Weaverville town council had to make this month about whether to supply water for a 168-unit low-income development (read article page 6). Explaining the situation was whether to show compassion to the less fortunate by providing low-income housing or to listen to […]
The losing streak continued for North Buncombe Friday as the TC Roberson Rams scored almost at will against the Black Hawks on Homecoming night.
Grading has begun on the restaurant's construction site.
Weaverville finds a new fire chief in Scottie Harris, who was formerly Black Mountain's fire chief. Harris comes to the town by way of the Northern Wake Fire Department, where he is currently chief. He is expected to start his new job on October 10th.
The Clyde A. Erwin Class of 1982 held their 40th reunion at the Town of Weaverville’s new community center on Saturday, August 20th. Class members were treated to a barbecue dinner from Blue Ridge Adventures and BBQ in Marshall, and there was music, dancing, and renewing old friendships and making new memories. Many in attendance […]