Town of Weaverville Commemorates Veterans Day with 12th Observance, Honoring Sacrifice and Service of U.S. Military Veterans.
A state of emergency was declared for Buncombe County and the rest of Western North Carolina as conditions were ripe for wildfires as bad as the one that overtook Party Rock in 2016.
National Collection week for Operation Christmas Child 2023 is November 13-20th. Samaritan's Purse collects shoeboxes filled with toys, school supplies, and other items for children around the world, to bring them Christmas cheer.
Experience the mesmerizing vocal talents of David Woodard, in collaboration with accomplished keyboardist James Taulbee, as they deliver an eclectic repertoire of Renaissance Italian songs, Arias, Afro-American spirituals, American Folk Songs, and more, in an unforgettable evening of musical excellence at Trinity Episcopal Church.
Local powers West Henderson and A.C. Reynolds won again in NCHSAA 3A football playoffs, and are each a win away from squaring off in round four.
ASSE International Student Exchange Program offers qualified high school students the opportunity to explore the world by spending a year, semester, or summer abroad, fostering intercultural understanding through youth exchange, while also providing American families a chance to host international students for an enriching experience.
Luihn VantEdge Partners Expands Fast-Food Empire, Bringing Taco Bell Franchise to Weaverville in Pursuit of Doubling Their Success.
Construction is underway on a 2,500-square-foot Starbucks store in the parking lot of the Weaverville Plaza in front of Big Lots on Weaver Blvd., according to a permit issued by the Town of Weaverville. The permit was taken out by ECA Buligo Weaverville Partners LP. No word if Starbucks will keep the location open inside […]
In its fourteenth year in Asheville, Code Purple went into effect just one week before temperatures fell into the 20s. Through participating shelters, Code Purple offers no-questions-asked shelter to homeless persons when outdoor temperatures put them at risk of freezing.
Anne Penland passed away in 1976, leaving behind a legacy of selflessness, courage, and devotion to those in need.