The Asheville Tourists split a double-header on Monday evening with the Charleston RiverDogs. Asheville won the first game 6-1 before being shutout in game two 1-0.
The City of Asheville and Land of the Sky Association of REALTORS® announce the 2015 Asheville Housing Fair to take place from 10 am to 2 pm on September 19th at the Stephens Lee Center.
UNC Asheville’s fall 2016 application is now available. First-year students should apply by Nov. 15, 2015 for early action and maximum scholarship consideration.
More than 70 N.C. Forest Service personnel are currently helping fight fires in the Western United States. And for the first time in its 100-year history, the agency sent fire engines out West, too.
The Know Before You Owe rule will improve the way you’ll receive information about mortgage loans, both when applying for a loan and when you’re getting ready to close.
Biltmore’s archival team works to catalog, manage and preserve Biltmore Estate’s historical records, including drawings, photographs, books, manuscripts and oral histories.
An anonymous creek that runs through West Asheville’s Falconhurst community has been claimed and could get a name in coming months.
Lex 18 introduces Asheville’s first historical mystery dinner theater focused on Thomas Wolfe on September 20th.
The North Carolina State Crime Laboratory ranks among the top in the nation at using technology to help solve gun crimes, according to federal officials.
Fruits and vegetables are at the top of USDA’s back to school list, and just in time for the new school year, the Pilot Project for Procurement of Unprocessed Fruits and Vegetables is making great strides.
RiverLink’s RiverMusic brings an evening of alt-country cool to Asheville on Friday, September 11th in the River Arts District.
Made in WNC is the first exhibition to examine how studios in Western North Carolina are participating in the international designer-maker movement.