After two and half years of sharing an Appalachian menu, live jazz music, and immersive dinner theater, the partners of Lex 18 will be moving onto life’s next grand adventure.
A parking garage construction project is underway at Asheville Regional Airport which has resulted in temporary changes to parking at the airport.
WCQS / Western North Carolina Public Radio, Inc. will switch its current Haywood County translator frequency from 95.3 FM to 102.9 FM effective November 18th.
Firefighters are responding to a wildfire burning along Old NC 105 (Kistler Memorial Hwy / SR 1238) near Linville Gorge, north of Lake James in Burke County.
National Energy Action Month calls on Americans to work together to achieve greater energy security, a more robust economy, and a healthier environment for our children.
Attic Salt Theatre Company is pleased to announce their latest play, “How I Learned to Drive,” at 35below in downtown Asheville. 35below is located at 35 East Walnut St.
Halloween is enjoyed by children, the young at heart, and, this year, your canine friends as well. Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is holding their second annual Howl-O-Ween Walkathon on Saturday, October 29th at the Eliada Corn Maze from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Students at Western Carolina University’s NAACP college chapter and the Jackson County Branch of the NAACP will lead a March to the Polls on Thursday, October 27th at 12:00 pm.
Congratulations to the 2016 winners of the Thomas Wolfe Memorial “Telling Our Tales” student writing competition. This year 158 stories were submitted, inspired by the writings of Thomas Wolfe.
The Dick’s Creek Fire burning on the Nantahala National Forest and private land near Sylva, NC, is estimated at 200-250 acres.
Halloween is full of fun things for you and your family to enjoy, but it’s one of those holidays that is enjoyed more by people than by pets.
Warren Haynes’ 28th annual Christmas Jam returns on December 10th to once again light up Asheville’s U.S. Cellular Center with holiday spirit.