Asheville Seeks Input on Draft Noise Ordinance

The City of Asheville is taking public comment on its proposed noise ordinance through December 4.

Kids Talk About Thanksgiving on Their Terms

Gratitude is one of the most important lessons parents can teach their children.

Proposed Regulation Changes for Next Year

The proposed regulation changes list Game Lands that will include Sunday hunting.

Assault on Reporter Case Remains Unsolved

On September 23, 2020 Leicester resident and local journalist Chad Nesbitt was severely injured and hospitalized during a protest in downtown Asheville.

Plowshares/Pruning Hooks a Federal Matter

The Buncombe County Commissioners  agreed to a $27 million tax abatement agreement with Pratt & Whitney after about 30 citizens complained they did not want local government enabling a multimillion multinational manufacturer of tools of war.

Local Newsletter Has the Ins-and-Outs of AVL

For a guide to the best brunch spots to answers about what’s up with the city’s new bear-proof trash cans, tens of thousands of Ashevillans with a penchant for their city turn to AVLToday.

HRM Nonprofit Turkey Day Meal Still On

Hendersonville Rescue Mission is still providing a Thanksgiving meal free to people who are homeless, including those not staying in the mission, adding sanitary precautions including multiple sessions of meals to serve fewer at a time.

Masks May Not Be Helping

Study finds masks don’t reduce coronavirus infection rates.

Commissioners Honor Four

The Buncombe County Commissioners recognized the contributions of four outstanding community leaders in their retirement.

As Bad Or Worse Than Losing Second Amendment

Campaign For Free Speech found that 51% of Americans say the First Amendment goes too far—that’s right, too far—in allowing hate speech and should be revised.