A.C. Reynolds Wins, Erwin Loses Exciting Score-a-thon

Reynolds won by one point, while Erwin lit up the scoreboard to exit in style.

Is Healthcare in NC a C.O.N.?

NC residents pay three times more for healthcare than residents of other states because we're holding on to bad laws.

A Dickens Christmas in Historic Biltmore Village

Celebrating the history, culture, arts, and architectural treasures for which the village has become renowned, “A Dickens Christmas” is scheduled for Friday & Saturday, December 2nd & 3rd, 2022. For the last 33 years, this annual holiday event has been delighting children of all ages and bringing the spirit of the holiday season to bear […]

Why Villify Mission HCA?

The repeated slights to Mission HCA coming from the Buncombe County Commissioners and Asheville City Council have a back story. But they're not sharing it.

Do Most Christians Have Blind Faith?

Most Christians cite one of two reasons why they are Christians. First, they were raised in the faith. The second is that they had an experience they note as the reason for being a Christian. Many would call this blind faith. These people can’t tell you about their faith or why they believe it. Their […]

“Pandemic Amnesty?” I Don’t Think So

Emily Oster proposes a sentiment for the country that beckons both forgiveness for our social behavior and the US government's overreaches during the "stop the spread" campaign during COVID.

City of Hendersonville Offices Closed in Observance of Veterans Day

The City of Hendersonville government offices will be closed on Friday, November 11, 2022, in observance of Veterans Day. No garbage, recycling, brush, or leaf collection will take place on Friday, November 11, for City of Hendersonville customers. Collection for Friday customers will be delayed by one week, with collection resuming on Friday, November 18, […]

50 Year Reunion for NBHS Class of 1972

A reunion for the North Buncombe High School class of 1972 was held on September 10th at the Weaverville Community Center to commemorate their 50th class reunion. There were around 54 classmates there, along with wives and friends. Charlene Morgan Young and Lenda Sprague, two former professors, participated in the celebration. The Brank Family gospel […]

Continuance of Development Review Could Lead to Lawsuit

Woodfin's planning board could face a lawsuit after it continued its review of a 110-unit development on 16.93 acres.

Hendersonville Christmas Parade Street Closures on December 3

On Saturday, December 3, Hendersonville’s Christmas parade organized by the Hendersonville Merchants & Business Association will be taking place in downtown Hendersonville. This year’s parade will take place in the evening starting at 6:00 PM with the theme ‘Christmas Lights.’ The parade route stretches from 5 Points to the southern end of Main Street at […]