Manheimer, who was elected mayor in 2013, served on Asheville City Council for four years prior to that.
Also, who might be running for mayor?
Councilman Gordon Smith won’t seek re-election, newcomer Kim Roney says she’s running and others are testing the waters.
Rich Lee, Kim Roney and Sheneika Smith are a few names being bandied about as possible City Council candidates this year.
Two city advisory boards have split on their approval of the downtown hotel project.
Also, somebody robbed the Lexington Corner Market, WLOS is hiring a weekend weather-guesser, and more.
The “pit of despair” could be the focus of a park design competition, but first there needs to be a vision for the space, an Asheville City Council subcommittee decided on Tuesday.
The 18-story former BB&T bank and office building will become home to a new boutique hotel, condos, restaurant space and more.
Candidates have from Dec. 1 until Dec. 21 to file for next year’s election.
Newly elected Asheville City Councilwoman Julie Mayfield on Wednesday announced she had returned a campaign donation from the developer.
Performances in front of Woolworth Walk, the Big Iron and on Pack Square in front of Rhubarb restaurant would be strictly regulated.
It’s early, but Democrats are maneuvering to keep a lock on District 1 of the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners.
Also, a new haunted hearse tour, plans for a new Ingles grocery store on Brevard Road, a facelift for Krispy Kreme on Patton Avenue and much more.
This year’s race is opening up, with two of the three City Council incumbents not seeking re-election.
Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer, Police Chief William Anderson and others are all targets in the commentary getting passed around.
Also, Democratic challenger Brian Turner and N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt are going fighting it out with a week to go until Election Day.
Also, the city of Asheville continues to discuss changes to rules for vacation home rentals.
Also, the N.C. General Assembly battles over the state budget, McCrory issued his third veto of the week and more.
An Asheville resident told police her home was invaded by a crazy, white-haired, pot-bellied old man. Turns out it wasn’t Councilman Cecil Bothwell, despite the similarities.
Smith and Bothwell seek re-election. Wisler is a newcomer.
Councilman Cecil Bothwell’s call to action comes just days before a gun show this weekend at the WNC Ag Center.