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A group of musicians are working to restore the chimes, with the city considering creating policy for original music to be played.
Once booming, now barren. Let’s take a peek at malls of Asheville’s past — plus hope for the future.
You shared your feelings + feedback on life in Buncombe County — here are a few key takeaways.
At the latest meeting the council made its final vote on a Business Improvement District in downtown — here’s what that means for the neighborhood.
The program, started by a public-private coalition, celebrates energy efficiency and empower residents to take climate action right at home.
Before the final public hearing next week, take a close look at where county funds will be going next fiscal year.
As the City of Asheville continues its Patton Avenue Corridor Feasibility Study, you’re invited to give your input and feedback.
National Travel and Hospitality Week, May 19-25, 2024, recognizes those who provide exceptional service to visitors and locals alike.
Make a plan to mark the holiday on Monday, May 27 with local ceremonies hosted by the City of Asheville and Buncombe County.
The playground, designed to be accessible to people of all abilities, will soon be ready for play.
Asheville’s historical Urban Trail has everything from a giant flat iron to a swinging bell to a bronze version of Thomas Wolfe’s shoes.
Through easements, grant funding, technical support, and educational programming, the Preservation Society of Asheville and Buncombe County is conserving a sense of place.
Explore a few ways to hit the road and get involved with Asheville’s cycling community.
Here are five centers and institutes offering courses to adults looking to learn something new.
Five years after the project began, the Buncombe County Special Collections team is continuing its work of safeguarding the history of African American Ashevillians.
The City of Asheville is looking ahead to the next decade of local housing — and now’s your chance to be heard.
After the community weighed in, commissioners decided on a development of the properties that will help the County reach its affordable housing goals.
Whether you’re a tenant or a landlord, learn about responsibilities and rights under the law — plus, some local resources and organizations.
The audit and its 108 recommendations will be used to inform the final report of the Community Reparations Commission and the County’s Strategic Plan 2030.
The annual Dine To Be Kind fundraiser lets you support local animals while eating at some of your favorite spots.
Asheville City Council unanimously approved changes to fees for metered street parking and parking garages.
The City of Asheville is inviting the community to meet with transportation staff to learn about initiatives and share feedback.
Here’s what you need to know about the proposed changes for short-term rentals in the unincorporated areas of Buncombe County.
It’s National Poetry Month, and our readers are invited to submit original poems in a special AVLtoday contest.
Dive into the details of the City of Asheville’s and Buncombe County’s programs + structure during a week dedicated to the importance of civic education.
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