Archive for January 2014

Council on Aging Offers Affordable Healthcare Information

The Council on Aging of Buncombe County is pleased to announce an information sessions at the YMI Cultural Center on the Affordable Care Act for individuals Read more »

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Health Coverage Matters – Get It Now!

Confused about health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act? Come meet with a representative from NC Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) who can help Read more »

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Help Not Wanted?

A personal account of the African American unemployment crisis. By  T.J. Moore The blue cylinder slid open with a dull pop. I shook the contents Read more »

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Black Unemployment Rates Continue to Soar

By T.J. Moore When an American worker catches a cold, an African-American worker catches the flu. After thirty years at a medical products and services Read more »

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Basic Heart Health Screenings at Mission Health

In recognition of National Go Red Day Mission Health will conduct Basic Heart Health Screenings on Saturday, February 1, 2014.  The screenings will take place Read more »

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Mountain People’s Assembly Meeting

On Thursday, January 23 at 6:30 pm the newly formed Mountain People’s Assembly, a coalition of area organizations, faith communities and individuals will meet at Read more »

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Chancellor Anne Ponder Announces Retirement from UNC Asheville

UNC Asheville Chancellor Anne Ponder announced today, Jan. 16, 2014, that she plans to retire from university service on July 31, 2014. By that time, Read more »

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City of Asheville Board Appointment

Be a Local Leader.   The City of Asheville has various openings on various committees.  Have you ever wanted to make a difference?  Have you Read more »

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King Association Holds 33rd Prayer Breakfast

Filmmaker and her subject are keynote speakers. Twelve million people are arrested in the United States each year, and millions of their cases will proceed Read more »

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Slave Deeds of Buncombe County on Display at UNCA

Since February, 2012 the exhibit “Slave Deeds of Buncombe County” has been traveling to significant sites for public viewing. Beginning at the Register of Deeds Read more »

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