Are Public Schools Too “Woke’ for Children?

What is keeping the interest level so high in homeschooling?

Second Forum Held on Housing Issues in Asheville

Leadership Asheville Forum held the second of their educational forums on affordable housing in Asheville and Buncombe County.

Town Looking for Water Partners

As more developments look to deploy, concerns over water resources continue to rise.

Mismanagement: The New Normal

The City of Asheville’s transit and parking divisions haven’t pivoted gracefully. Malfunctioning software, unresponsive contractors, supply chain delays, and staffing shortages were given as excuses for the city’s lapses in services leading to budget shortfalls.

Falcons Get No-Hitter, Knights Fight On

Three-time Cy Young winning pitcher Clayton Kershaw has what in common with West Henderson’s pitching combo of Jackson Duchesne and Truitt Manuel? 

HonorAir Flies Again!

Blue Ridge Honor Flight brings dignity, healing, and closure for WWII, Korean, and Vietnam vets. These vets will be honored in D.C. at their respective memorials, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, then receive a heroes welcome when they come home that evening. Everyone is invited. 

Foot-Dragging Continues over Park

Some members of Asheville City Council expressed trepidation over staff-recommended sources of funding for completing revised plans for the park at Memorial Stadium.

19th Annual Tourism Day

Madison County – The NC Dept. of Commerce is asking residents to join the I-26 West NC Welcome Center in Mars Hill for their 19th Annual Tourism Day; Friday, May 6th from 10 am – 2 pm! “Once a year, during National Tourism Week, we get the opportunity to say thank you to our travellers […]

West’s Maxon Scores to the Max

Girls’ soccer is excelling again in both Henderson and Buncombe counties.

Commissioners, Sheriff & District Attorney all on the Ballot

A triad of high stake Buncombe County positions are up for grabs in this upcoming election and the primary on May 17th will narrow the field for the Fall.