Also, the Wham, Bam Puppet Slam!
The Embassy Suites project moves on to Asheville City Council for final review.
The organization plans to renovate the building and move in next year when the work is finished.
The recognition will fuel an ongoing debate about the impacts of tourism on the mountain metropolis.
Members of the Buncombe County Democratic Party picked retired banker Al Whitesides to serve on the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners, District 1, on Monday…
More than 8,000 people have signed a Change.org online petition calling for the firing of WLOS reporter Kimberly King.
There’s an irreverent holiday play, and plenty of holiday shopping opportunities, this weekend.
Also, a handful of local residents are helping raise money for DAPL protests through an effort called the First 100.
The general contractor leading construction to turn Asheville’s tallest office building into a building containing condos, a boutique hotel, two independent restaurants and retail space…
Asheville-based Solis Films will be shooting the film around Asheville, Old Fort and Black Mountain starting Dec. 1.
If you’re in the construction business in Asheville, you’re gonna want to attend an open house meeting from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday.
Here’s a look at drawings depicting a new 50-room boutique hotel that’s proposed for Patton Avenue in the former Bank of America building across from…
We’re thankful for all the wonderful events happening this weekend in Asheville! Here’s our Asheville GritVegas Weekend Update – Thanksgiving style. Get out there and party…
There’s a crowdfunding page set up to help raise money to bring Masters’ body back to Asheville, where she’ll be buried.
Legalizing camping for homeless people has been a controversial topic in other U.S. cities that have tried it.
A holiday parade, a gospel music show, local theater and more.
The RAD Lofts project was first floated more than three years ago.
Asheville’s newest local, independently owned restaurant is opening soon following a series of practice runs with family and friends.
In one case, an Asheville woman says she was harassed at a local grocery store.
The town of Chimney Rock remains threatened by fire, animal welfare agencies are swinging into action and volunteers are collecting supplies for firefighters.
CAN I CONFIDE IN YOU? Almost nothing seems more trivial to me right now than writing about food. Like many of you, I am still…
At the Asheville Museum of Science visitors will be able to get their hands on everything from microscopes to the controls of a robot.
From Veteran’s Day to the fall version of the River Arts District Studio Stroll, there’s lots happening this weekend.
Tony Kiss will join Ashvegas in covering the release of Highland Brewing’s uber-popular seasonal Cold Mountain ale later this week.