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State of the City address 2014
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October 13, 2014, No comments

Watch Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer’s presentation during the State of the City address.

Asbestos at the VA Medical Center

Asbestos at VA Medical Center

September 17, 2014, Comments Off

A News 13 investigation of asbestos at Asheville's VA Medical Center uncovers critical information left out of reports to federal safety inspectors.

13th Amendment to the US Constitution

VIDEO: Celebrating Juneteenth, 13th Amendment stops in WNC

June 16, 2014, Comments Off

North Carolina’s copy of the 13th Amendment was at Vance Birthplace in Weaverville on June 12 during a statewide tour to celebrate “Juneteenth,” ...

Current Buncombe County District Attorney Ron Moore and challenger Todd Williams appear at a recent debate held in Asheville.

VIDEO: Buncombe County district attorney candidates debate

April 16, 2014, Comments Off

Two candidates vying to become Buncombe County's next district attorney recently discussed issues ranging from funding to the Asheville Police Departm ...

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    Study: Cultural heritage tourism brings $2.4B to WNC
    November 19, 2013, Comments Off

    What's the impact of the region's cultural heritage on WNC's economy? Last week, on its 10th anniversary, the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area announced some preliminary results of a study asking that same question.

  • (Left to right) Don Guge, Holly Jones and Brownie Newman answered voter questions during a candidates forum held Oct. 1, 2012 at Pack Memorial Library. The three are candidates for two seats on the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners representing the Asheville area, also known as District 1. Angie Newsome/Carolina Public Press
    VIDEO: Guge, Jones, Newman debate Buncombe County’s future
    October 8, 2012, Comments Off

    Three candidates for two seats representing the Asheville area on the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners answered voter questions during a recent candidates forum. Inside: The complete forum in a video produced by Carolina Public Press.