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Asheville, North Carolina is located in Buncombe County. Zip codes in Asheville, NC include 28801, 28810, and 28813. The median home price in Asheville is $224,900 which is roughly $145/per square foot. More Asheville information.

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3 hrs ago | Merced Sun-Star

On the road again: 5 Spring travel tips for the curious tourist

This past year was a reinvention of sorts for the travel industry, and now that spring has officially sprung, it's time to reap the benefits! With a newly vested interest in getting back on the road and seeing the world, the adventurous traveler has more opportunities than ever to set out and discover new things in 2014.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

Asheville Citizen-Times

Teachers discuss tenure, bonuses

Lawmakers say it will make underperforming teachers easier to get rid of. Teachers say it will drive the good ones out the door.

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WBTV

NC Highway Patrol looking for more than a few men and women

An open house Wednesday night at the North Carolina Highway Patrol Troop F headquarters in Newton is just one of many efforts to recruit new troopers, say officials.

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Food & Wine

A Local's Guide to Where to Eat in Asheville, North Carolina

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JamBase

Video | Dean Ween Group In Asheville

The Dean Ween Group visited the Asheville Music Hall in Asheville, NC on Friday night, where our friend Randy of Funk It was on hand to capture footage of the band in action.

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Asheville Citizen-Times

Moral marcher Barber motivates thousands to rally

The Rev. William Barber II was born two days after Martin Luther King Jr. told the nation about his dream during the march on Washington.

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The Mountaineer Publishing Company

Maggie hires Asheville lawyer

Though the vote wasn't unanimous, Maggie Valley Board of Aldermen approved hiring Craig Justus with the Van Winkle Law Firm in Asheville to serve as its new town attorney until May 2015.

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The Mountaineer Publishing Company

Mother nature celebrates the trinity

The trillium flower, like the shamrock, reminds us of the beauty and simplicity of the trinity.

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DFW Catholic

Office Director - Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte

Regional Office Director - Catholic Charities seeks highly energetic professional with a forward vision who is passionate about the Church's Social Mission to strategically lead our services in western North Carolina.

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News Observer

Morning Memo: Tax Day spin, dueling views of tax reform bill

Gov. Pat McCrory will use April 15 to trumpet a new report that suggests the state's economic outlook is among the best in the nation because of the major tax cut measure he signed into law last year.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Daily Kos

Detecting political baloney

Here in my section of North Carolina we hear Republicans trying to outdo each other in promoting hatred for Obama and "the Obama/Hagan/Asheville ultra-liberal progressive political machine."

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Mountain Xpress

2014 Matthews Poetry Prize winners announcedAlli Marshall | 2 hours ago

The editors at THE ASHEVILLE POETRY REVIEW are pleased to announce the WILLIAM MATTHEWS POETRY PRIZE RECIPIENTS for 2014.

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Men's Journal

The Grove Park Inn: The Best Hotel Pools in America

The 10 mineral-based pools at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville are located in grottoes surrounded by rock-hewn arches and walls.

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Bryan County News

Workshops focus on connecting to nature

THE LAWS OF physics dictate that nature abhors a vacuum. A related but lesser known axiom postulates that you can't love nature if you're inside vacuuming.

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The Mountaineer Publishing Company

Mahogany House gallery features artists in April

The mahogany house art gallery and studios will feature artist Court McCracken and artist and photographer Kristalyn Bunyan during the month of April.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Mountain Xpress

A shifting identity: West Asheville's storied past

Workers move the streetcar track to the center of Haywood Road in 1914. photos courtesy of the North Carolina Collection, Pack Memorial Library, Asheville Workers move the streetcar track to the center of Haywood Road in 1914.

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Mountain Xpress

Asheville-Buncombe Food Policy Council discusses 2014 initiatives

Over 75 community members attended Asheville-Buncombe Food Policy Council meeting titled, "Meeting of the Whole" on Wednesday evening, April 2 to discuss initiatives for 2014.

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Citizen Thymes

Learning to step back with Brian Ross of Dough on Finding Asheville

Nathan sits down with Brian Ross of Dough for the 31st episode of the Finding Asheville podcast.

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Examiner.com

The buzz: Tupelo Honey Cafe coming to Raleigh in the fall

The rumors are true: Tupelo Honey Cafe is opening a location in Raleigh . Chefs Brian Sonoskus and Elizabeth Sims made the buzzworthy announcement on Monday afternoon confirming the rumors that had been swirling around since last week.

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The Mountaineer Publishing Company

Meet Author Lee Smith

Author Lee Smith, will be the speaker for the Friends of the Library annual meeting on Tuesday, May 6th.

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