NC Bill to Require Cooperation with ICE

The NC state senate has passed a new bill to affect the fate of undocumented immigrants.

WNC Students Awards $24,000 in Scholarships

A loan agency announced the winners of its scholarship awards.

Cougars, Rockets Roll; Knights Slay Tuscola

A.C. Reynolds is emerging as the expected WMAC frontrunner, but Asheville stays in the hunt and hosts the Rockets next, while North Henderson is a surprise unbeaten early in this football season.  

Council Endorses Hybrid School Board Elections

Answering to public pressure, Asheville City Council is now lobbying the legislature to change the way school board members are seated. Instead of appointing members themselves, council is recommending converting to either a fully-elected board or a hybrid of the two systems.

Local Rider Takes 5th & 6th at National Competition

Local kid Kinsley Brown is showing amazing promise at rodeo competitions.

McFarlan Bake Shop: 90+ Years on Main Street

McFarlan Bake Shop is a Hendersonville staple with a rich history.

New Falcons Shift into ‘Manuel’ Transmission

West Henderson is young but should improve, following an impressive second-place finish in the elite WMAC.

Bearcats are State Runners-Up in Hoops

Hendersonville Bearcats made it to the 2A state championship game, where they were on the short end of a record high-scoring contest.

Nonprofit Impacting on Community with Round-Up Donations

When you round up your purchase to the nearest dollar at the Asheville Habitat ReStores, you aren’t just supporting one non-profit-- your donation is contributing to the work of a wide range of non-profits meeting myriad community needs.

What Opioid Settlement Means for County

The Buncombe County Commissioners were asked to set aside $283,000 a year to continue what appears now to be a successful intervention in the local opioid problem.