A North Buncombe student was awarded a scholarship to pursue a blacksmith education.
After Asheville City Council committed $2.1 million toward unspecified reparations, a handful of activists demanded another $30 million to zero out the police department’s budget.
Local students were honored for their academic achievement by their respective colleges.
The “Bunny Whisperer” believes that the Weaverville Town Council needs to post signage educating citizens on proper animal etiquette at Lake Louise.
NB Women’s Golf had an outstanding season.
Madison County residents vocalized their support for law enforcement.
Mary Jo Padgett is resuming Guided History Walks in Hendersonville, following Covid regulation as required.
Parents continue to protest against the Board of Education over not being admitted in a group at the May 6 meeting.
North Buncombe class of 2021 graduated after almost a year of virtual learning.
A full year into its rezoning drama, the proposed asphalt mixing plant in East Flat Rock might get shelved. Still, its opponents say they will monitor the site and prepare against possible renewed efforts of developing the project.