Einmann WMAC Player of the Year

North Buncombe High’s Isaac Einmann finished his senior year by winning the two-day Conference Championship and earning Player of the Year in the WMAC.

Council Adds to a Packed Budget

Possibly softened by recent windfalls like the sale of Mission Hospital, COVID relief funds, and the opioid settlement, the majority on Asheville City Council wanted to spend their final budget worksession of the year adding more expenses.

Catch This Hilarious Mystery at FRP if You Can

Flat Rock Funnyman Scott Treadway as usual tickles the funny bone — accenting a hilarious mystery’s strong cast and amazing plot.

Bee City USA Celebrates Pollination With Events All Year

BeeCity USA celebrates its first decade, and along with its close supporter: Asheville GreenWorks.

Asheville Adopts Legislative Agenda

Asheville City Council adopted a legislative agenda for the short session of the NC General Assembly. Items included a request for state and federal reparations and a quarter-cent municipal tax for transit.

Town Continues Unofficial Water Moratorium

The Town of Weaverville Council stops second  development from advancing after no-action on a water requests. Also, opposition revealed for a traffic calming measure at Lake Louise.

Kirron Ward Leads Bearcat Football

HHS turned to one of its own as the successor to Jim Sosebee.

New Silver-Line Park Opens in Woodfin

Community residents and leaders of Woodfin gathered to attend the Silver-Line Park’s official grand opening.

HHS Senior Play is on Newly-Named Orr Stage

“All the world’s a stage,” William Shakespeare wrote in As You Like It. Tom Orr brought local history to life on stage, decades after teaching drama to students.

Honor Flight Vet, “It was the Greatest Day of my Life!”

Veterans on Blue Ridge Honor Flight arrive home to a “Heroes Welcome.”