Also, forecasts looking ahead to winter weather for Western North Carolina are calling for above-average precipitation.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band: gritty and gospel, technically superb and mindfully magic.
A Weaverville woman well-known for playing Mrs. Claus at Craggy Mountain Line died recently, and more.
Temperatures will become bitterly cold Saturday night, with lows expected in the teens.
The Windsor Hotel, a boutique hotel in downtown Asheville, recently sold for more than $9 million, and more.
Also, the French Broad Chocolate Lounge recently celebrated achieving Certified B Corporation status, and much more.
Also, Pizza Mind restaurant in West Asheville is now open, and much more.
Also, the chances of a white Christmas in Asheville aren't looking good, and much more.
Also, the Hollywood biopic "Genius" about editor Max Perkins and the writers he worked with, including Thomas Wolfe, has a U.S. release date, and more.
Also, Bon Appetit features Madison County baker Tara Jensen, PROM! returns to the Grey Eagle and much more.
Also, the city wants to do another parking study, and more.
Also, there's word on the street that Lafayette restaurant in downtown has closed, and much more.
It's still early, but there's a chance the mountains might actually see accumulating snow before Winter 2015 blows out.
Also, a new West Asheville blog, Frugal Backpacker to open, unveiling ceremony for a new mural, and more.
Weather forecasters are calling for a Nor'easter that could bring Western North Carolina some snow Tuesday.
Snowfall picked up around Asheville late Wednesday afternoon.
Western North Carolina could get 8 to 10 inches of snow, according to some prediction models, or 4 to 6.
The weather forecasts for the first #avlsnomg of the season are still developing.
Also, a new online beer calendar and a new e-magazine in the works by Asheville photographer Micah Mackenzie.
Urban Orchard, the new hard cider marker in town, has set its opening date in East-West Asheville; predictions for winter weather; more.
The Asheville area hasn't seen more than a trace of snow in two years. It's time to freak out.
According to WaPo, snowfall is decreasing by the decade in WNC.
How it all shook out last night.
The NWS says 3 to 6 inches of snow for Thursday in WNC. Ray's Weather says 1 to 3 for Asheville.
Forecasters - who have been way off the past couple of years - see a snowy winter ahead for Asheville.
Headed our way for the first day of winter (Friday): Single-digit wind chill and winter's first snow.
Plan for possible power outages and have a plan for food, heat and water for several days.