An afternoon fire on Tuesday (November 10) at the Metropolitan Sewage District Treatment plant in Woodfin drew more than 25 fire departments from 5 counties. It also set back a $15 million project’s end by months.
Zen Hen Café brings healthy, honest food to the new quick, counter-service concept.
According to reports, COVID-19 is raging, and all our shutdowns and mask-wearing seems to be in vain.
Two Asheville private schools each recently won a 3A state title in women’s athletics. Asheville Christian Academy (ACA) won its 11th volleyball state title all-time, while Asheville School Lady Blues won the tennis team championship.
Yogurt World in Hendersonville is closing on Sunday as the latest local economic casualty of the pandemic, but longtime sister business Hot Dog World is thriving in the pandemic-limited economy.
At the last meeting of Asheville City Council, Mayor Esther Manheimer read resolutions sending off Councilors Brian Haynes, Julie Mayfield, and Keith Young.
Barnardsville resident Eddie Harwood is no stranger to the impact that COVID-19 has had on his business. When he opened the Barn at Paint Fork as a music venue, he experienced much success.
Asheville Gallery of Art’s November show, “Opening Up to Art,” is a multi-member show featuring each artist’s personal exploration into being part of this world during uneasy times.
After pondering the election results a bit more, I have prepared a list of eight factors that helped shape the outcomes.
The parent company of the Asheville Mall filed for bankruptcy November 1 to restructure its surmounting debt.