Embrace the scares with our 2016 guide to Halloween in Asheville, filled with terror trails, haunted houses, and family-friendly trick-or-treating.
The third annual Haunted High takes place at Asheville High School on Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29. The event is the largest annual fundraiser for the Asheville High School Bands Program.
It’s not only the fastest who wins the race. Sometimes it’s also the guy dressed as a Fat Tire, or the lady decked out as a Pumpkick.
Vegetables are not necessarily relegated to one season only; some produce is available twice a year. This is due to their preference for the moderate temperatures of spring and fall.
Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) served more passengers in June through September 2016 than in any other summer in its history.
Firefighters have fully contained the Paddy’s Creek wildfire burning near Linville Gorge, north of Lake James in Burke County.
The 24th Annual National Gingerbread House Competition™ is scheduled for Monday, November 21st. The winning creations will be on display from November 27th through January 5th at The Omni Grove Park Inn.
The Asheville Art Museum’s 2 S. Pack Square location will temporarily close beginning October 31st to allow for major construction and to keep its Permanent Collection safe and secure.
As early voting rates in Buncombe County continue to outpace the rest of the state, two community groups have launched a new non-partisan effort to Get Out the Vote (GOTV) among county residents.
The Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority (BCTDA) recently awarded five community projects $3,930,000 in funding from the Tourism Product Development Fund (TPDF).
Planning your visit to a North Carolina state park to view the spectacular colors of the changing fall leaves? Or maybe you’re still working to complete your N.C. State Parks Passport.
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.