Shopping at the WNC Bridge Foundation’s Thrift Store during February will benefit the Intensive Needs Program at Weaverville Elementary School.
The Weaverville ABC Board met to determine whether to offer employees bonuses for COVID-19 vaccinations.
A Weaverville committee met to reconsider the $13.5 million water plant expansion, Weaverville may make water department a regional authority.
Brookstone Church broke ground on its new youth center with space for 499 sixth to twelfth-grade teens.
Weaverville Town Council workshops on how to push town employees to get vaccinated.
Town looks to use a “carrot and stick” policy to encourage employees to get vaccinated.
The North Buncombe Middle School boys team is seeing a successful season with more games to come.
Councilmember Gene Knoefel III of Weaverville grew up in Black Mountain. He passed away in October of this year.
For the first time in 32 years, Dottie Sherill is not a member of the Town Council of Weaverville. The Tribune talked with Sherrill about her time on the council.
The Weaverville Town Council welcomed two new council members and a mayor.