The ship and its crew, which were lost in WWII, will be honored with a monument at Riverside Cemetery.
We’re helping you clear off your Less Plastic Bingo card.
See what’s on the ballot, when + how to vote, and important information for Election Day in the Land of the Sky.
After delaying the vote slated for January, Asheville City Council approved a 24/7 restroom to be constructed at the corner of College Street and Rankin Ave.
You won’t want to miss these opportunities to make your voice heard — on everything from affordable housing to elections.
Totaling about 366 acres, the two projects represent the next step in the County’s 2030 conservation goal.
Funding for the new Industry Proving Grounds Program was announced on Tuesday — so let’s take a look at the center of the initiative right here in our city.
Make sure that your furry, scaly, slippery, or buzzing friends are staying up to local code.
An Asheville-based nonprofit has announced the new hourly living wage as well as a new starting rate for Pledged Living Wage employers.
The first-of-its-kind plan will use your feedback to better connect the community with outdoor spaces.
See what four UNC Asheville alumni have to say about making an impact + why they love what they do in their STEAM careers.
The citywide survey will focus on general opinions as well as specific issues like recreation, the environment, and safety.
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With pedestrians, cyclists, and greenways in mind, the committee aims to make an impact on the interconnectivity of local transportation.
More WNC farmers markets, farmstands, and groceries will join the Double SNAP for Fruits and Vegetables programs in 2024.
Exploring the history of Asheville’s Black community on the Asheville Black Cultural Heritage Trail
After 13 years of work, the trail is open to the public to learn about the legacy of Black Asheville.
Learn about each project and how you can help the nonprofit achieve its goal of 100% renewable energy by 2042.
The team shared progress in five key strategic areas, from creating a strong foundation to investing in the future.
If you’ve been curious about the new BRP bridge over I-26, we did the research so you don’t have to.
After months of research and eliciting feedback from the public, the City of Asheville has released its draft recommendations.