A Magical Production: The Book Club Play

NC Stage is alive and well, bringing the audience a full-of-surprises comical production of The Book Club play by Karen Zacarias, one of the inaugural resident playwrights at Arena Stage in Washington, DC.

Cub Scouts Celebrate Awards, Scouting

The Cub Scouts celebrated exceptional scouting with treats and special awards.

HHS Races on in Hoops, Wins in Football

Hendersonville is racing toward a possible state basketball title this week, by winning the regional semifinals last Saturday—on the same day the football Bearcats won their opener.

North Knights Run Fast in Their Armor

North Henderson Knights have many fast receivers and backs, as they battle in the elite WMAC.

Transit, “Defund” on City’s Legislative Agenda

Asheville City Council approved this year’s legislative agenda. Priorities focused on increasing revenue.

New Owners For an Old Favorite

Tessa Edwards, a Weaverville native, purchased a downtown business and is revamping it to fit her style.

Horticulturist Thomas Ranney Gives Virtual Talk

A local horticulturist led a virtual discussion on his scientific contributions to the region.

Jug Stays at North Buncombe

The annual jug game ended with a NB win.

Making Hoteliers Pay for Reparations

A developer of a 100-room hotel would pay around $400,000 in reparations. Wisler asked if he would now be paying $600,000, and Okolochany said it could go up to $800,000.

Trevon Hill Channeling Houdini, Sanders

North Henderson pulled off a huge comeback win at arch-rival West Henderson, as star runner Trevon Hill made a play for the ages.