Hendersonville won a state tennis title Saturday. Asheville Lady Cougars won the 3A West Region for the first time ever and Roberson Rams were second among male squads.
The Tribune only received the information after leaving a message that we were going to press with the information we had and after emailing the Buncombe County Finance Director Don Warn several questions about the Skyland Fire Department.
Triston Norris won a state wrestling championship to conclude his magnificent high school career.
Weaverville Library is gaining a used bookstore in the basement to benefit library programs.
Chauvin’s recent sentencing garners various opinions about how people should approach the subject.
Black Hawk baseball players committed to continue playing at the higher level.
With crime rates on the rise, Asheville Police Chief David Zack encouraged the public to excercize personal responsibility and look out for each other.
Asheville City Council approved its budget with Kim Roney opposed. Roney wanted more equity and tax relief and would have preferred to freeze 30 police vacancies.
The NB Church Softball league is looking for co-ed teams to play in their fall league starting in August. All games are played at the Beech Community field. For more information call 828-645-6588.
LoveHendo celebrates Hendersonville with community fun every second Saturday.