Packs Tavern will host a "dining day out" to benefit the Bahamas Red Cross Society on Wednesday (Sept. 18).
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. for the event, which will include singles and doubles matches.
Also, Ingles is planning to build a large new grocery store on Smokey Park Highway, and more.
Also, Ellington Underground is in the works at the old S&W building on Patton Avenue downtown, and much more.
The Southern Conference basketball tournament is the only Division 1 men's and women's basketball competition in North Carolina this year.
The Asheville Yoga Festival has announced that it’s returning to town for its fourth year (July 27), but with a few changes. The event is under new ownership, it has a new name, it has ...
The new Ingles is under construction on Sand Hill Road in Candler.
Ingles Markets stock dropped nearly 16 percent on Wednesday, the second biggest decline on the Nasdaq market on the day. The stock was up on Thursday.
Robert Ingle opened his first grocery store in Asheville in 1963. Today, the Black Mountain-based company operates about 200 stores in six Southeastern states.
The rumor was that Ingles won’t be offering sponsorship of downtown Asheville’s Fourth of July festivities this year. But that rumor isn’t true, according to a spokesman for the Asheville-based grocery store chain. Ron Freeman ...