Category: Government

Sessions’s Decision on the Cole Memo

By Jennifer Floyd – Attorney General Jeff Sessions is set to rescind a federal memo known as the Cole memo. That memo provided guidelines for Read more »

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Off to a Cantankerous Start in the Statehouse

Legislative News by Nelda Holder – The 2017-2018 NC General Assembly will reassemble itself on January 10 in Raleigh’s Statehouse for (another) special session, in Read more »

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Asheville’s Newly Formed Human Relations Commission

The City of Asheville’s Blue Ribbon Committee on an Asheville Human Relations Commission will engage the community in January for a discussion about a newly Read more »

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City of Asheville 2018 Initiatives

With a new year come new programs, facility improvements and projects to improve our community. Smart parking meters Electronic parking meters were installed on Battery Read more »

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Transit Master Plan January 2018 Meeting

ART Public Notice Community Workshop Meeting Saturday, January 6, 2018 from 1-3 p.m. at Lee Walker Heights, 50 Wilbar Ave. in the Community Room. The Read more »

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The Year in Review: 2017

by Moe White – Local, state, national, and international news made 2017 a year to remember—and one that many of us would rather forget. Sadly, Read more »

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Quentin Miller Launches Run for Buncombe County Sheriff

Asheville Police Dept. sergeant to run as Democrat for Buncombe County sheriff. Miller, who was born and raised in Asheville, is a registered Democrat and Read more »

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Everyone Hates This Tax Bill

By Josh Hoxie – The more the public learns about the tax cut plan making its way through Congress, the more they hate it. As Read more »

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A Brief Time-out in the Statehouse

Legislative News by Nelda Holder – The NC General Assembly starts its semi-long winter’s nap on December 15, when the last December committee meeting is Read more »

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Jury Duty is a Service

by Michael Harney – For those who are lucky enough to receive a summons to jury duty, it is not as bad as others claim Read more »

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