US Foods honored Stony Knob Cafe owner Gus Dermas for 60 years of business.
The Town of Weaverville paused Memorial Day (May 31st) to remember those who gave their last full measure for their country.
North Henderson Knights ruled the WMAC roost in wrestling, with a half-decade run. Enka snapped it by winning the conference last season, and was state runner-up. But the Knights edged the Jets last week, to regain the crown.
Keller Williams team members celebrated the community by giving back through a number of projects.
Weaverville Town Council held its May monthly meeting with little input from citizens.
Asheville City Council approved the purchase of land for the construction of a mixed-use affordable housing/transit development as one way of paying reparations for racism in America.
The Asheville City Council, only a few years removed from having a fundraiser to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to restore the 120 plus year Vance Monument, has not only removed it but ordered its destruction.
Buncombe County is threatening to cut off law enforcement dispatching, according to Woodfin and Weaverville officials.
The Woodfin Board of Commissioners discussed the upcoming year’s budget.
The City of Asheville, like Buncombe County, couldn’t argue police cuts were driving a tax increase this year. Instead, the driver was new initiatives like reparations and reimagining public safety.