Asheville’s annual Organicfest celebration will bring thousands to Pack Square Park on Sunday, August 25, to celebrate everything organic, green, and healthy!
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Eight years after opening his first gallery in Bristol, Va., Southern Appalachian native Benjamin Walls is opening the doors to his second gallery at 38 Broadway Street in downtown Asheville.
Shakespeare in the Park has returned for another fantastic year! Performances of Romeo and Juliet take place Fridays through Sundays at the Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre, now through August 24.
Asheville has won Sister Cities International’s 2019 Best Overall Program Award for a city with a population of 50,001-100,000!
The Burton Street neighborhood, founded in 1911 by dedicated civic leader E.W. Pearson, is a historically African American neighborhood located in West Asheville off of Haywood Road.
The agency’s own scientists concluded that chlorpyrifos harms developing brains — but the Trump administration still refuses to ban it.
In the late 1800s, it was fashionable for families like the Vanderbilts to have a getaway “great camp” or lodge in the Adirondacks so that they could enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing, hunting, and boating.
Lakeshore Heights is in north Asheville and includes areas west of Merrimon Avenue to Reynolds Place and Horizon Hill, bounded on the south by Sandon Road and on the north by Beaver Lake.
Many students are heading back to school this month. College students as well as other renters are moving into rental apartments and houses across the state—some for the first time.
Transitioning from fossil-fuel energy use to 100% renewable energy sources will take careful planning. Through their leadership, Asheville City Council and the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners adopted a goal of doing just that by the year 2030.
You may have heard of the Minnie Jones Center, or heard the name Minnie Jones in passing as a resident of Buncombe County the last 50 years.
More than 1,700 projects are included in the N.C. Department of Transportation’s final draft of its 2020-2029 Statewide 10-Year Transportation Plan.
From crayons to clothing and computers, it’s back-to-school shopping time! Before you head to the mall or go online, the FTC has some tips to help you get the most for your money.