A new web application can help Asheville residents analyze and drill-down data on the city’s yearly budget.
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Carolina Public Press hosted its second annual series of public-records events last week at three universities in Western North Carolina, to offer jou ...
Details on former APD evidence manager’s guilty plea emerge amidst lingering questions.
A guide to the municipalities and county boards of commissioners that share videos and/or meeting minutes on the internet — and those that don't.
After the sheriff denied and published the Cherokee Scout’s request, the paper withdrew it, apologized and accepted the editor’s resignation. Meanwhile, state legislation to bar the information from the public has been proposed.
There’s no shortage of bills coming from Western North Carolina’s legislative delegation--including two of the more colorful and controversial laws working their way through the N.C. General Assembly right now.
Chief William Anderson announced the hire, and said he now knows how evidence went missing and who is responsible. Meanwhile, he said, he’s still not seen the recommendations from a city-commissioned audit completed more than a year ago.