‘Tis the Season for Ginger

Ginger is not just spicy, sweet, and delicious, it’s also tremendously good for you. And the holiday season is the perfect time to pack a punch with it in everything from the cookie tray to the cocktails.

“May You Live in Interesting Times”

December is here with fewer than thirty days left in this deranged year, and most people say 2020’s end can’t come fast enough. I’ve heard that if this year were a dog, we’d need to put it down for having rabies. 

Preliminary Analysis of Pandemic Response

About half a year ago, an inquiry into the rhetorical charge that there were no libertarians in a pandemic led to an email exchange with David Boaz at the Cato Institute and an awareness of a portion of the deregulation going on behind the political scenes thanks to organizations like CEI.org.

An Annual Cornucopia of Community

In a holiday season defined by the gathering of family and friends, Weaverville’s Blue Mountain Pizza and Brew Pub once again found a way, even in this socially distanced year, to serve its complimentary Thanksgiving dinner to hundreds of guests.

Greenies Win Their First Football State Title

Christ School in Arden won its first-ever state football title, blasting Harrells Christian 55-21 at home in NCISAA Division II play among private schools.

Shop Local Farms and Artists

The Weaverville Tailgate Market has fresh foods from area farmers is the place.

Bikers Bring Christmas Joy to Kids

An amazing turnout for the Henderson County Toy Run of well over 500 bikers rode to bring gifts for children in foster care to the downtown courthouse steps.

New Owner Seeks Vendors

In July, Santamaria purchased the Northland Shopping Center on Garrison Branch Road in Weaverville.

Town on Verge of Removing Building Moratorium

Woodfin Town Commissioners set a date to hold a public comment hearing on the newly-rewritten Mountain Village Zoning district ordinance and the removal of the moratorium on the district if the new regulation is accepted.

North Buncombe Food Drive Accepting Donations

North Buncombe high school’s student council is hosting a food drive for families in need this holiday season.