TIEC Branches Out into Comedy & Country Music

The Tryon International Equestrian Center is branching out by offering comedy and a country music festival.

Asheville City Council’s Housing Business

The City of Asheville continues to assume for itself a larger share of the local real estate market, particularly when it comes to providing subsidized housing.

Young Barbers Join Old Barbershop

Recent barber-school graduates are bringing new blood to a Weaverville institution. 

Masks: School Board Shuts out Parents

Concerned BCS parent Tamara Parker addresses the mask mandate in schools.

Matthew Rogers Singing National Anthem Aug. 22

There is controversy over athletes kneeling or sitting in defiance of the national anthem while it is played before major sporting events. There is a sharp contrast with a local business owner.

State Among Top 10 for Coming Evictions

North Carolina ranks high among other states in evictions as the housing moratorium ends nationwide.

TIEC Branches Out into Comedy & Country Music

The Tryon International Equestrian Center is branching out by offering comedy and a country music festival.

Allen Steps Down as Head Coach, Again

Coach laments unforeseen circumstances forcing the difficult decision.

Mayor To Resign, Fitzsimmons Taking Mayor Seat

In a surprise move at Monday evening’s regular monthly meeting of the Weaverville Council, Mayor Al Root announced that he is resigning and Councilman Patrick Fitzsimmons would take over as mayor as of the August meeting.

“Daddy Mac’s” to Replace Wild Wing Cafe

An upscale, southern pub is replacing Wild Wing Cafe in the south slope.