The CEO of the YWCA of Asheville has quit, becoming the second Black woman in a month to leave a high-profile job with a mission of improving racial equity in the city.
Mosley will be sworn in at City Council's next meeting later this month.
The African American Heritage Commission of Asheville and Buncombe County is exploring options for “recontextualizing” Pack Square.
The review of open-carry gun laws and their enforcement comes following a clash Monday between a group of protesters and counter-protesters who faced off over a "Defund the Police" mural painted on a city street.
The pandemic's longterm impact on Asheville artists and musicians could alter the fabric of Asheville, which has long prided itself as an arts hub.
Buncombe County public health officials are easing up coronavirus restrictions, but some small business owners remain wary, even as they struggle financially.
Mission Hospital registered nurses will vote by secret ballot in the next 20 days or so on whether to join the National Nurses United union.
An Asheville City Council committee will meet on Aug. 29 to discuss whether to move forward with a moratorium on new hotel construction.
Beginning on Jan. 1, 2020, the center will be known as the Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville.
When Asheville City Council members passed an ordinance outlawing electric scooters on city streets, they made it clear the move was temporary.
Over the past couple of months, Asheville City Council members have indicated increasing displeasure with proposed hotel development.
The world's richest man, and the grocery store chain he owns, was a hot topic of conversation during last week's Asheville City Council meeting.
Before her vote to approve the hotel, Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer said City Council is struggling with the ongoing wave of hotel construction.
The pilot program integrates the roles of ambassador, public safety official, medical responder and law enforcement liaison, according to the proposal.
Also, the owner of a downtown Asheville pizza shop complained that loiterers along Biltmore Avenue are hurting his business.
Asheville City Council raised property taxes last year.
Asheville City Council members Brian Haynes, Keith Young and Sheneika Smith said they want to take a closer look at Police Department funding.
A host of actions are underway, from plans to increase the hiring of more minority police officers to the creation of a Human Rights Commission.
"You look like I kicked your puppy," Barbara Whitehorn, the city's chief financial officer, told Asheville City Council after she finished her budget presentation.
Jackson's firing is the latest fallout from the publication last month of police body cam video showing an Asheville police officer beating a man.
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The actions of the Asheville Police Department officer are a step backward for the department, Mayor Esther Manheimer said.
The city's new equity and inclusion manager should have a staff and report directly to the city manager, residents said.
For the past several years, city officials have been working on a plan to reduce the taxpayer subsidy of the Aston Park Tennis Center.
Construction of any affordable housing development is at least a few years away.
The Windsor Hotel, a boutique hotel in downtown Asheville, recently sold for more than $9 million, and more.
Stoneyard Apartments won't have any housing units deemed "affordable," but it will have a restaurant, artist studios and 85 spaces for public parking on Lyman Street.
Vice Mayor Gwen Wisler and Councilman Gordon Smith voted against the hotel proposal at 95 Roberts St.
The candidates now look ahead to the the Nov. 7 general election.
City Council members expressed interest in an array of tougher measures governing short term rentals in Asheville.
Also, there's a new exhibit called "Wicked Plants" coming to the N.C. Arboretum, and more.
Also, the weather forecast for solar eclipse viewing on Monday got a little less cloudy, and more.
In the race for campaign cash, Vijay Kapoor raised the third highest total at more than $15,000.
Also, Pine Gate Renewables is opening on the South Slope, and more.
Also, Luella's BBQ is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a big party at its north Asheville location Saturday, and more.
Also, WLOS has hired a new sports reporter to replace Luke Notestine, and more.
Also, a second line memorial parade honoring Asheville musician Jeff Knorr is set for Tuesday night, and more.
Also, construction plans for new apartments and townhouses on Haywood Road are coming up for review, and more.
Several residents shared emotional stories of how medical marijuana helped them or their family members.
Asheville City Council will hold a public hearing on the district election question at its June 27 meeting.
The new budget includes funding for the Asheville Police Department and the city's bus service.
Also, the deadline to apply to be a part of this summer's Big Crafty is Sunday, and much more.
Also, the Biltmore Estate announced the music lineup for its summer concert series, and more.
The event kicks off a year-long feasibility assessment and market study by Artspace to determine affordable housing solutions.
Also, it looks like the issue of district elections for Asheville City Council will once again come before state lawmakers.
Also, who might be running for mayor?