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Buncombe commissioners agree to $3.6 million a year for early childhood education

Buncombe commissioners agree to $3.6 million a year for early childhood education

The board voted 6-1 for the new funding, with Commissioner Mike Fryar casting the lone dissenting vote.

by October 30, 2018 0 comments Asheville News
Asheville bus system staggered by July breakdowns

Asheville bus system staggered by July breakdowns

The Asheville bus system experienced a lost of 539.5 hours of service in the month of July because of bus breakdowns.

by September 6, 2018 0 comments Asheville News
Week-long series of events aimed at improving Asheville bus system

Week-long series of events aimed at improving Asheville bus system

The series of events, which includes a driver appreciation day and listening sessions, is sponsored by the nonprofit Just Economics.

by January 30, 2017 0 comments Asheville events
Buy an Asheville Business Alliance ‘Go Local Card’ in Feb, March and benefit local nonprofits

Buy an Asheville Business Alliance ‘Go Local Card’ in Feb, March and benefit local nonprofits

If you buy a Go Local Card, you’ll be benefitting top-notch Asheville nonprofits, including Just Economics, Mountain BizWorks, Asheville City Schools Foundation.

Drink up with Asheville-area homebrewers at Just Brew It on May 25

Drink up with Asheville-area homebrewers at Just Brew It on May 25

The work of more than 50 homebrewers on display and ready for tasting at Wedge Brewery. Yum. Brought to you by Just Economics.

by May 21, 2013 0 comments Asheville beer
Just Economics, Asheville nonprofit that promotes living wage, increases rate

Just Economics, Asheville nonprofit that promotes living wage, increases rate

The new rate increases 50 cents an hour to $11.85/hour for employees not offered health insurance through an employer.

Perhaps the most fun and most bang-for-your-buck beer fest in Asheville: Just Brew It 2012

The Asheville beer fest Just Brew It shows off the creative work of area homebrewers. For just $16 bucks, you get to taste some of the best beers you’ll find outside a microbrewery and you never know, you might just meet the next Asheville brewery owner. The festival also supports a good cause. Here’s the info: Just Economics Event PSA[Read More…]