Budget and Protests Rule Part of Meeting

At their monthly meeting, the Weaverville Town Council discussed protest regulations and the $11 million budget. 

Weaverville’s Used Book Store Opening

Weaverville Library is gaining a used bookstore in the basement to benefit library programs. 

Black Hawks say ‘Put Me in Coach’

Black Hawk baseball players committed to continue playing at the higher level.

Grant to Help With Local’s ‘Smithing’ Education

A North Buncombe student was awarded a scholarship to pursue a blacksmith education. 

Need for Wildlife Signs at Lake Louise

The “Bunny Whisperer” believes that the Weaverville Town Council needs to post signage educating citizens on proper animal etiquette at Lake Louise.

NB Golf Team Win WMAC, Mull 15th at State

NB Women’s Golf had an outstanding season.

North Buncombe Graduation

North Buncombe class of 2021 graduated after almost a year of virtual learning. 

Honoring Those Who Gave Their Last Full Measure

The Town of Weaverville paused Memorial Day (May 31st) to remember those who gave their last full measure for their country.

Restaurant Family Recognized for 60 Years

US Foods honored Stony Knob Cafe owner Gus Dermas for 60 years of business.

“Red Day” Giving Back to Community

Keller Williams team members celebrated the community by giving back through a number of projects.