Archive for October 2015

Buncombe County Hosts First Veterans Amnesty Day

ASHEVILLE, NC — Buncombe County District Attorney Todd Williams announces the first ever Buncombe County Veterans Amnesty Day to be held Friday, November 13, 2015 Read more »

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Coalition of Asheville Neighborhoods Plans Workshop

Asheville, NC – The Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NAC) and the Coalition of Asheville Neighborhoods (CAN) are co-sponsoring a Neighborhood Plan Workshop from 9 to 11:30 Read more »

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Buncombe County Register of Deeds Office Has Moved

Asheville, NC – The Buncombe County Register of Deeds office has moved to 205 College Street, the historic brick building on the corner of College Read more »

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Community Race Relations to be Debated at Asheville High School

Asheville and area residents are invited to attend a community debate in which four prominent citizens will debate against, and in support of, the following Read more »

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MHU Dedicates Tree and Plaque to First African American Student

by Mike Thornhill A weeping cherry tree and a plaque on the Mars Hill University campus mark a special spot of commemoration for Asheville resident Read more »

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Asheville Living Treasures Names Fall 2015 Laureates

Three Asheville Living Treasures will be honored at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 25 in an awards ceremony in the Manheimer Room at UNC Asheville’s Read more »

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Second Annual “African Americans in Western North Carolina” Conference

The second annual African Americans in Western North Carolina Conference will be held October 22-23, 2015 at the YMI Cultural Center and UNC Asheville’s Highsmith Read more »

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Community Rallies for Walton Street Park

Once again, rumors abound that Walton Street Park’s pool is closing, and once again those who have used the park and pool are unhappy. Southside Read more »

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Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week

The theme of this year’s MED Week was “Emerging Markets and Industries: A Blueprint for Success.” MED Week Awards Programs are designed to celebrate and Read more »

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Election Time Approaches

With the primary election out of the way, the candidate pool for three Asheville City Council seats is down to six: Brian Haynes, Marc Hunt, Read more »

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