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JobLink center in Hendersonville. Matt Rose/Carolina Public Press. See story on Feb. 5, 2013
May 28, 2015, No comments

For poor children living in Western North Carolina, it is better to live in Jackson, Yancey or Watauga counties than it is to live in Buncombe County, according to a recent study.

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Asheville considers new approaches to counter housing crisis

April 23, 2015, No comments

At the meeting of Asheville City Council's Housing and Community Development Committee, city staff asserted that even under the most optimistic scenar ...

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For WNC’s rural public housing agencies, many unique challenges

February 3, 2015, No comments

There was a time when local leaders, and even congressional legislators, didn't believe Western North Carolina’s population would ever need — or a ...

WNC CONFIDENTIAL: Your key to hard-to-find public information and records.

RESOURCE: Contacts for public housing, Section 8 in WNC

February 3, 2015, No comments

As a part of our monthlong look at housing issues in Western North Carolina, here is a resource list from Carolina Public Press to bookmark, refer to ...