The new firm, Allen, Stahl & Kilbourne, is set to be up and running full bore in October.
Also, a new CBD dispensary on Merrimon Avenue has changed its name, and much more.
Also, there's a new shooting range open in Waynesville, and more.
The Asheville Tourists will give away 1,000 Crash Davis bobbleheads on Saturday to mark the 30th anniversary of the release of "Bull Durham."
Also, new permits have been pulled for the RAD Lofts project in the River Arts District, and more.
Also, celebrity chef Michael Symon was spotted in downtown Asheville on Sunday, and more.
Buncombe commissioners have been at odds with Buncombe County Sheriff Van Duncan before; most recently over Duncan's proposal for a new jail, which commissioners have opposed.
The Big South and the Southern Conference basketball tournaments will play games in Asheville this week starting on Thursday.
The discussion was wide-ranging, and there was no clear consensus among panelists about what to do with Asheville's most prominent Confederate marker, the Vance Monument.
Also, the African music collective Les Amis will celebrate its two-year anniversary on Nov. 15 at 5 Walnut, and much more.
The Salvage Station will compete in the World Burger Championships this weekend, and more.
Also, the Sly Grog bar is reopening, and much more.
Also, No Evil Foods has some cool new packaging, and more.
Best-selling mystery writer Sharyn McCrumb will be a part of the event, as will David Blight of Yale University.
Also, Asheville Community Theatre is ready to unveil its remodeled auditorium, and more.
Also, New Belgium Brewery has a new CEO, and much more.
Also, construction plans for new apartments and townhouses on Haywood Road are coming up for review, and more.
Also, White Labs is hiring a sous chef, and more.
Also, UNC Asheville is holding a public meeting to update folks on construction projects, and more.
City Council is looking for more citizens to take part in establishing the commission.
Also, Sovereign Remedies restaurant and bar has some great good and drink events coming up, and much more.
The event kicks off a year-long feasibility assessment and market study by Artspace to determine affordable housing solutions.
Also, the UNC Asheville women's basketball team is red hot heading into tournament time, and more.
Can a white man write authentically about black lives? Does a gay man's experience of oppression equate to a black woman's?
Also, the Awesome Foundation is planning to give away free money around Asheville this weekend and much more.
Gigabit internet service is considered the infrastructure of the future, a member of the group said.
Also, the chances of a white Christmas in Asheville aren't looking good, and much more.
Also, there are plans for a new cigar bar in Biltmore Village, and much more.
Also, High Test Deli is coming to the South Slope, the Buffalo Nickel in West Asheville has a new chef, and more.
Also, a group of Asheville musicians are banding together to benefit a local film student, and much more.
Also, Octopus Garden is moving from downtown to the South Slope, a new bridal shop opens in West Asheville, and much more.
A former UNC Asheville men's basketball team player, Jackson owned and operated a convenience store in downtown Asheville for several years.
The collaboration between UNCA and the Asheville Design Center arrives just in time for Earth Day.
Also, the West Asheville beer/wine/home brewing supply shop Hops & Vines is for sale, and more.
Also, UNC Asheville's men's basketball team is inviting the public to join them on Selection Sunday, and more.
Also, a city committee gave early approval to the construction of 18 new townhouses on the South Slope, and 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.
The Asheville Area Arts Council hosts an art exhibition opening Friday showing the history of the Craven Street site of New Belgium Brewing, and more.
The conference will explore the impact of wild and wild-simulated American Ginseng on the economy, health, and culture of Western North Carolina.
Ride-sharing has arrived in Asheville. Uber is guaranteeing drivers $12 an hour for a three-hour period on Thursday, offering bonuses and mapping out bright red "hot spots" in town for new drivers.
The McCullough Institute for Conservation, Land Use and Environmental Resiliency honors Dr. Charles T. McCullough Jr., a founding partner in Blue Ridge Bone and Joint Clinic.
Urgo, who was serving as president of St. Mary's College of Maryland last year, asked the college's board of trustees not to renew his contract.