City States Case, Refocuses on Healing

Mass media conveyed a sense of community outrage over the removal of a homeless camp under the I-240 bridge in downtown Asheville. City Manager Debra Campbell wanted to assure the public the city was being as humane as humanly possible in dealing with a multifaceted issue - assistance is always welcome.

34 National Arts & Crafts Conference Virtual

The Arts and Crafts Conference, usually held at the Grove Park Inn, will be virtual this year.

Daly: Champion for Healthcare

Celebrating the life and career of Marianna TePaske.

Buncombe County GOP Convention March 6

The Buncombe County Republican Party is holding its annual convention next month. 

What Happens When Hotel Moratorium Ends?

Options for extending Asheville’s referendum on hotels have pretty much run out. To manage new construction, however, city council is considering allowing construction by developers who subsidize its general fund by supporting new governmental functions like building affordable housing, paying reparations, or supporting green and equity initiatives.

Vaccine Distribution in Question

Red counties may be being denied equal vaccine distribution, says State Senator Chuck Edwards (R-Henderson) and Representative Jake Johnson (R-Transylvania).

Hawks, Sugar Jets, Rockets Soar in Hoops

Enka Sugar Jets and Asheville lead girls hoops in the WMAC with North Buncombe closer, while N.B. is now tied for first among boys’ teams.

One Man’s Concerns over 1,500-unit Project

A resident of a Woodfin neighborhood voices his concerns about the proposed Richmond Hill development.

Organic Bakery Opens in Woodfin

An organic bakery has opened near Beaver Lake that offers pastries, bread and hot drinks.

Cawthorn Announces Service Academy Nominations

Representative Cawthorn honored local students who have been nominated to a service academy.