Early voting in Buncombe County is underway across eleven locations and ends at 3:00 pm on Saturday, March 2.
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Got a stuffed animal that’s seen better days but is still an important part of someone’s life? Check out this new library program for teaching kids about repair!
The construction industry has experienced a period of heightened activity over the past several years, driven by significant growth in private residential construction and record increases in public funding for infrastructure projects.
The new Peer Warmline will work in tandem with the North Carolina 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by giving callers the option to speak with a Peer Support Specialist.
As part of a continuing effort to improve service this tax season, the Internal Revenue Service has announced special Saturday hours for the next four months at specific Taxpayer Assistance Centers (TACs) across the country.
The long-awaited report by federal investigators takes the reader behind the curtains at HCA-owned Mission Hospital
People around the globe have almost double the life expectancy they had in 1900.
Following a public hearing, the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners approved closing CDBG Coronavirus funds for the grant that provided more than $495,780 in funds to the county.
The State Board of Elections has launched a public education campaign designed to ensure the state’s 7.5 million registered voters know that they will be asked for photo identification when voting in 2024.
The Town of Weaverville has received confirmation that two deceased ducks found at Lake Louise in Weaverville have tested positive for Avian Influenza.
With the Spring Equinox only a month away, and the tease of warmer weather over the past few weeks, we find ourselves yearning for winter to be over!
Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is partnering together with Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute to celebrate the total solar eclipse happening in April 2024.
The Asheville Police Department and Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office are starting a collaborative effort of joint patrols in downtown Asheville from 7 pm to 3 am on Fridays and Saturdays.