Asheville Receives Grant for East of Riverway Multimodal Project

Foxx and Mayor Manheimer - Transportation East Riverway

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx was in Asheville to announce a $14.6 million TIGER (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery) grant for the Read more »

Asheville Police Chief Anderson Speaks About Ferguson, MO Concerns

APD Chief Anderson

Events in Ferguson, Missouri, have sparked a national conversation about police procedures, equipment and response to citizens demonstrating in the face of tragedy.

Given these concerns, Read more »

MANNA Food Bank Job Opportunity – Needed Immediately

  MANNA Food Bank is seeking a Part-Time 20 hour per week Resource Development Assistant. Competitive Pay, however the candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Read more »

Mayor Manheimer’s State of the City Address

Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer

Mayor Esther Manheimer offers her first State of the City address Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at noon in the U.S. Cellular Center Banquet Hall. Mayor Read more »

Legal Groups to File $200M Lawsuit Against Ferguson

Black Lawyers for Justice president and attorney Malik Shabazz speaks outside the U.S. District Courthouse in St. Louis.  
Photo: Joseph Leahy

Ferguson, MO – Three different legal groups have lowered the legal boom on Ferguson, Missouri. They include Black Lawyers for Justice, the National Bar Association Read more »

Early Voting Days Restored in Ohio, But Not in NC

Residents of Western North Carolina continue to protest for equitable voter’s rights, 
and other state-wide issues. Photo: Urban News

A federal judge ruled September 4 that cuts to early voting in Ohio must be restored in time for the November election. The American Civil Read more »

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