Over the past couple of months, Asheville City Council members have indicated increasing displeasure with proposed hotel development.
Also, High Noon Coffee Roasters is planning to open on Charlotte Street, and more.
Also, Ten Thousand Villages is hosting its 10th annual holiday shopping benefit for Asheville nonprofits, and more.
It's not even fall yet, but bright oranges and yellows are already in full view in downtown Asheville - as safety vests and traffic cones.
City officials some 300,000 shoppers are expected to visit the remodeled mall on Brevard Road.
A development with a 309-unit apartment complex and more than 9,700 square feet of retail space is proposed on 14 acres along Fairview Road.
Harris Teeter and Trader Joe's aren't even open yet, but motorists can already see the problems.
Solutions include speed bumps and/or making Rumbough a one-way street.
West Asheville resident offers alternative to increasing tractor-trailer traffic on Haywood Rd.
Truck traffic from the new brewery is a big concern.
First in a series on the impact of New Belgium in West Asheville and the River District.