Also, the One Buncombe emergency relief fund for Asheville and Buncombe County has topped $1 million in donations, and more.
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.
Also, the Asheville Regional Airport is on track to break the 1 million passenger mark, and much more.
Also, Bryson City is set to vote on whether to allow alcohol sales beginning at 10 a.m. on Sundays, and more.
Also, Southern Season in Biltmore Village is closing, and much more.
Also, Death Cab for Cutie is coming to the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium on June 11 with tickets on sale Friday.
Also, NPR World Cafe host David Dye and a crew were in Asheville recording local musicians for an upcoming show, and more.
Also, a karmic astrologer opens Asheville Astrolodge, and more.
Also, there's word on the street that Lafayette restaurant in downtown has closed, and much more.
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.
A new main entrance to the hospital's emergency department will be created when the building is complete.
Mission recently changed architects on the $350 million project.
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Mission must renew its recommit to its stated values.
The case studio by NPR's Daniel Zwerdling highlights how many hospitals across the country are shrugging off an epidemic of back injuries to nurses.
A presidential visit to an Asheville manufacturing plant, a small business boom in West Asheville and a potential hotel construction spree all rank as big local business stories.
Attention drivers: a part of busy Biltmore Avenue near Mission Hospital will be closed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. tonight, Friday.
The hot topic - a database of DNA strands that contain genetic mutations.
Traffic on Biltmore Avenue will have to be shut down at some point for construction. I'll find out when.
Word on the street is that 7 to 10 people in Mission Hospital’s marketing department are being laid off today. That’s about half of the hospital’s marketing department. I’m not sure what’s going on there, ...