By Sam Powers Asheville is considered an urban place by the US Census Bureau, but it is much more than that statistical designation.
by Clare Hubbard photo by Cathryn Shaffer According to the Employment Security Commission of North Carolina, the state\’s current unemployment rate has dropped to 4.3%, Read more »
photo by Cathryn Shaffer by Elsa Enstrom As more people relocate to Asheville, raising the demand and prices for homes, the lack of affordable housing Read more »
On February 14, 2006 Asheville City Council approved $15,000 in startup funding for a “10-year plan to end homelessness.”by Cathy Holt Photo by Cathryn Shaffer Read more »
Through interviews, statistics, and analysis, we have compiled several views of what we are calling The State of the Community — the “minority” communities of Read more »
Few cities of Asheville\’s size boast such a wealth of cultural resources. The city itself is recognized internationally as an arts destination, with residents of Read more »
Lisa Watson was an Air Force brat (“actually, an Air Force Princess”), so she grew up “all over the place.” She was born in Washington, Read more »
BY CLARE HUBBARDOn February 21, 2006, a community input meeting regarding the development on Eagle and Market streets in downtown Asheville was held at the Read more »