Category: Communities

The Ripple Effect with Mia Birdsong

Join us for community conversation on how your actions create positive change. Featuring Mia Birdsong and the voices of our neighbors and community members. Tuesday, Read more »

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Tailgate Market Season is Here

Area farmers markets begin opening outdoors on Saturday. Spring is here and the growing season is upon us! Tailgate tents are going up, and area Read more »

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Word on the Street Invites You to Paradise

Word on the Street, an online arts magazine by and for youth, will host a free tropical-themed celebration on Friday, April 21, at 7 p.m. Read more »

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Arthur R. Edington Education and Career Center

Buncombe County Department of Health & Human Services April 2017 (PDF) Are you tough enough? If you have what it takes and want to make Read more »

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Buncombe County Commission Approves Isaac Coleman Community Initiative

Buncombe County Commissioners had big items on their agenda for the Feb. 21 meeting. One was a pair of proposals from the county’s Department of Read more »

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Community Responds to Walton Street and Grant Center Recreational Projects

By Johnnie Grant – Asheville Park and Recreation Director Roderick Simmons, along with city staff and community members, gathered at the Wesley Grant Southside Center Read more »

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Asheville’s Southside Public Engagement Continues in March

Continued meetings about the Walton Street Park/Pool and the Grant Southside Center, Phase II will be held in March to give additional community members the Read more »

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Asheville-Buncombe County NAACP News – March 2017

by Carmen Ramos-Kennedy – Asheville-Buncombe County Branch NAACP, along with Branches across the state, visited local congressional offices with letters from the NC State Conference Read more »

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Health & Human Services – March 2017

Buncombe County Department of Health & Human Services March 2017 (PDF) Are you tough enough? If you have what it takes and want to make Read more »

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Local Community Finds Reason for Black History

Discussing the Future of Walton Street Pool An engaged but skeptical group of several hundred area residents descended on the Arthur Edington Center on Tuesday, Read more »

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