Early voting for the 2017 Municipal General Election continues through Saturday, November 4th.
Deep in the woods, not far from where you sit, on the night of Saturday, Oct. 21st, scary stories will be told at Earthaven Ecovillage.
Asheville Chevrolet would like to invite the public to join them this October for the #IDriveFor event. #IDriveFor is a fundraiser to help find a cure for breast cancer.
With the goal of making Asheville’s bus transportation better, the city of Asheville will update its Transit Master Plan. The goal is to establish a fresh framework for future transit growth in our community.
Halloween is just around the corner. While trick or treaters are roaming the streets in search of screams and sweets, a hidden terror could already be lurking in your home.
The Friends of Pack Library will have the 7th annual Antique and Collectible Book Sale on Friday, October 20, and Saturday, October 21. Book prices start at $1, with most items $10 or less.
It’s that time of year beloved by budding novelists. November is National Novel Writing Month, affectionately known as NaNoWriMo. Spellbound Childen’s Bookshop wants to encourage young writers.
On Thursday, October 19th, stop by for a cup of coffee and chat with Commissioner Jasmine Beach-Ferrara and Commissioner Al Whitesides from District 1.
CompostNow Inc, a composting services business, announces they will be expanding their residential doorstep collection service area in Asheville starting November 6th.
County governments, nonprofit groups and certified beekeepers pursuing farmland preservation projects and beehive grants have until Dec. 15th to apply for funding assistance.
Downtown geeky yarn store, Purl’s Yarn Emporium, along with multi-age stitchers of Asheville have organized once again to create a temporary yarn installation on Wall Street in downtown Asheville.
The Old Depot Association will host their 20th annual juried arts and crafts show on Saturday, October 28th, along Sutton Avenue in downtown Black Mountain.