Asheville remains a place of love and compassion, where hate is not, and never will be, welcome, the proclamation states.
Also, Lonely Planet is teaming up with Explore Asheville and Biltmore Estate for a big travel giveaway.
Also, the Asheville Citizen-Times makes some post-election changes to its approach to covering the news, and more.
The political maneuvering is far from over.
Lax record-keeping makes it hard to know just how the house is being used.
Reports from Asheville restaurants are mixed - some say the controversial law has definitely hurt business, while others say they've seen no impact.
The public is invited to the open house event, which runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry makes the rounds and the Asheville Citizen-Times goes to Raleigh.
A quick look at what's been happening on the local, state and national political scene.
Also, N.C. Sen. Terry Van Duyn is elected minority whip, and more.
Also, another look at the impact of redistricting in North Carolina, immigration litigation, Gov. McCrory's re-election bid and more.
Also, speculation continues to mount that Republicans could shift course and expand Medicaid for North Carolina.
Also, the race between N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt and challenger Brian Turner is coming down to the wire.
Also, Parking-gate update, the Klingon candidate returns, and more.
Also, the N.C. General Assembly battles over the state budget, McCrory issued his third veto of the week and more.
Also, updates on U.S. Reps. Mark Meadows and Patrick McHenry, and more.
Also, McCrory makes the New York Times, film industry incentives get pared back, and more.
Buncombe county's incumbent district attorney, and an incumbent county commissioner, get the boot, while Tillis outlasts foes, and more.
Republican candidates seeking to challenge U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan are duking it out, while Democrats battle to challenge U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows.
Also, Republicans running for North Carolina's U.S. Senate seat begin to scrap.
In other news, the Senate horses are at the gate and Thom Tillis has a new political ad.
Also, U.S. Sen. Kaye Hagan walks out on her own press conference and fallout from coal ash controversy continues.
Also, Tillis is ready to debate, Buncombe commissioners are not ready to talk Moogfest incentives, and more.
Also, U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows says President Obama "has declared war, and not just on Congress but the American people."
Also, Thom Tillis, North Carolina's speaker of the House, ready to investigate Obamacare.
Also, Buncombe County Commissioners approve $40.5 million plan for Asheville Middle School.
Also, Buncombe County commissioners approved $1.2 million in grants to manufacturer Jacob Holms Industries.
Also, the latest on the race for North Carolina's U.S. Senate seat held by Kay Hagan.
U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows votes no on a bipartisan budget deal, there's an increasing national focus on U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan's re-election bid, more.
A quick look at the week in political news in Asheville and around the state.
Reviewing the political landscape of the past week.
A group plans to protest the event by flying a plane towing a banner over Biltmore Village.