Part Two in the Forest Lookouts series. Nearly every county in Western North Carolina is home to a portion of the Pisgah and Nantahala national forests. Spanning more than 1 million acres, the forests have innumerable economic, environmental and cultural significance for the area. But can — and, if so, to what degree — the public be involved in planning for its future?
A police lieutenant is speaking out about what he says are new problems with the Asheville Police Department's controversial evidence room.
This story launches an in-depth reporting project from Carolina Public Press about the future of the Pisgah and Nantahala national forests which are u ...
The meetings, which will be held throughout October and November in locations across Western North Carolina, will provide information about the propos ...
Haywood Community College was recently delegated a 2015 Military Friendly School by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian worlds.
Forty-four officers signed the petition, which outlined why the department's leadership is not working and how it's creating a public safety hazard.
A federal judge Tuesday became the second in five days to declare North Carolina’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, but he allowed Republican leaders a chance for appeal.
The event will feature a panel discussion, community exercises and opportunities to let the community know your biggest priorities for mobility in Asheville.
Potential measures — including new uses of city-owned land, expanded incentives for housing and overhauling development rules to allow more density — attracted skeptical questions from some Asheville City Council members.
Filling a gap in regional history – the missing story of African Americans in Western North Carolina – will be the aim of a new conference convened by history scholars at UNC Asheville.