After Lisa Baldwin, a former member of the Buncombe County Board of Education, complained about a novel included in her child’s high school class, a flurry of messages commenced. And yesterday, Baldwin appealed a decision to keep the book in the curriculum.
Asheville Police Department evidence and property audits spanning the last 18 months show an increasingly meticulous approach to surveying the departm ...
There appears to be no uptick in actual violations, according to data in the North Carolina State Ethics Commission's latest annual report.
North Carolina's governor has been a prolific traveler to points around the state and the nation, according to newly published documents, which cover ...
A wide spectrum of individuals, groups and businesses ask for records from the city, according to a list obtained by Carolina Public Press through a public records request.
As the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians faces a growing controversy over how top officials are paid, records obtained by tribal members show how the matter could wind up in Tribal Court.
Buncombe County law enforcement report that complaints have remained steady or declined in recent years. But in the city of Asheville, it's unclear whether the city even tracks residents' complaints or how many have been investigated.
In response to a Carolina Public Press records request, the board has disclosed backroom conversations covering real estate negotiations, public records requests and legal disputes.
Prompted by Carolina Public Press's recent investigation into closed sessions, Jackson County commissioners will now regularly review closed minutes for potential release. Meanwhile, the board released a detailed account of one of last year ...
Carolina Public Press's Newsmakers forum in Sylva on March 20 drew dozens of people to the nonpartisan event, which focused on open government challenges and success across the region and state.