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1 hr ago | The Asheville Citizen-Times
Ready to get out your green shorts and Leprechaun hats? It's that time of year again and the best way to start celebrating St. Patrick's Day early is at tThe eighth annual Shamrock Run 5K and 10K race.
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3 hrs ago | Asheville Citizen-Times
Asheville's "American Idol" hero Caleb Johnson has plenty of hometown support in his campaign to win the TV singing contest.
7 hrs ago | WLOS
The Asheville Citizen-Times reported that city officials are worried the virus has spread to Asheville High School.
10 hrs ago | Asheville Citizen-Times
Western North Carolina was a very different place in 1941. The entire country was still feeling the effects of the Great Depression and Jim Crow laws in the south made it extraordinarily tough for black citizens to realize the American dream.
South Asheville's new Wild Wing Cafe will open on Long Shoals Road Friday at 5 p.m. The location is Asheville's second, and the 34th for the restaurant chain, according to David McFarland.
Mike Brown of Farside Farms is a good egg. The farmer raises just fewer than 3,000 chickens, which leaves him within the USDA's definition of a small-scale commercial farm.
Owners of property on Coxe Avenue propose putting an 8-story apartment building there.
See Momo - a cute, 5-year-old border collie with a red bandanna. Now see Momo disappear into picturesque scenes captured by his owner, Andrew Knapp.
City police arrested a South Carolina man on a fugitive warrant who was wanted on attempted murder and burglary charges.
Meeting of the Whole, April 2, will engage community in action planning for 2014 Asheville, NC - The Asheville-Buncombe Food Policy Council will host its RESCHEDULED "Meeting of the Whole" on Wednesday, April 2, from 6:00 - 8:00pm.
A family of four escaped a house fire unharmed Monday, but the early-morning blaze heavily damaged their East Asheville home.
The national traveling exhibition "Remembering Ravensbruck: Women and the Holocaust" is on view in UNC Asheville's Karpen Hall through March 27, staged by the university's Center for Diversity Education.
Friends and family will gather Tuesday to bid farewell to Sen. Martin Nesbitt. The family will receive friends from noon to 2 p.m. at Biltmore Baptist Church on Clayton Road in Arden.
Promoter A.C. Entertainment has pulled the plug on Asheville's Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit festival, the company said this morning.
The Asheville Wing War, in its third year, took over the Asheville Music Hall on Sunday.