Mosley will be sworn in at City Council's next meeting later this month.
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.
Asheville City Council is scheduled to set a public hearing on a hotel development moratorium at its Sept. 10 meeting.
An Asheville City Council committee will meet on Aug. 29 to discuss whether to move forward with a moratorium on new hotel construction.
Asheville City Councilwoman Julie Mayfield, who last month said she opposed the Flatiron hotel proposal, said Tuesday night that her concerns had been addressed and she now favored it.
Voters in 2020 are set to elect Asheville City Council members by district for the first time ever.
Beginning on Jan. 1, 2020, the center will be known as the Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville.
City Council did not vote on the matter, but four council members indicated their opposition to the hotel plans, including Councilwoman Julie Mayfield, considered by many to be a swing vote on the issue.
During the public comment portion of Tuesday night's meeting, no member of the public spoke against the project.
Over the past couple of months, Asheville City Council members have indicated increasing displeasure with proposed hotel development.
The commission unanimously approved one hotel project near Biltmore Village. The other project, along Biltmore Avenue, passed with a 5-2 vote.
Before her vote to approve the hotel, Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer said City Council is struggling with the ongoing wave of hotel construction.
One new big ticket item of spending: some $780,000 for a second set of turnout gear for Asheville firefighters.
Asheville City Council raised property taxes last year.
One resident bemoaned the inaction, calling the property "a scar on the city of Asheville that needs to heal."
A $3.5 million operating budget deficit for the city of Asheville this coming fiscal year can be trimmed to $1.7 million, city staffers told Asheville City Council members Thursday.
Asheville is one of the 15 coolest places on earth to visit in 2018, according to Forbes.com, and more.
Also, Asheville Grit editor Ali McGhee announces that she's accepted a new job that she'll start in January, and more.
Asheville City Council could vote on a citywide crackdown as early as Jan. 9.
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.
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.
Asheville City Council also heard an update about the long-awaited I-26 Connector project, and more.
The hotel will have a small dog park and green roof, with rooms renting for about $80 a night.
The hotel proposal was the first to come before Asheville City Council under new rules governing hotel construction in the city.
Several residents shared emotional stories of how medical marijuana helped them or their family members.
City Council is looking for more citizens to take part in establishing the commission.
The new budget includes funding for the Asheville Police Department and the city's bus service.
Also, Disclaimer Comedy presents comedian Myq Kaplan at The Southern on Feb. 18, and more.
Two city advisory boards have split on their approval of the downtown hotel project.
The Embassy Suites project moves on to Asheville City Council for final review.
Check out details on the construction, branding and restaurants of The Arras, the new name of Asheville's tallest building.
The 18-story former BB&T bank and office building will become home to a new boutique hotel, condos, restaurant space and more.
Also, The Honeycutters, one of Asheville's hottest bands, releases a new music video, and more.
Newly elected Asheville City Councilwoman Julie Mayfield on Wednesday announced she had returned a campaign donation from the developer.
Why so many candidates this year? Incumbents are out, Raleigh is popping, turnout will likely be low, and more.
Simerly, who ran an unsuccessful bid for City Council in 2007, has developed close ties with a number of Democratic officeholders over the years.
Will Jan Davis seek re-election?
Prospects dim for the long-debated road construction project in Asheville.