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Parkway Playhouse's world premiere production of "Spirited Recollections: A Personal History of Burnsville" has its final performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday at the Burnsville theater, 202 Green Mountain Drive. Comment?
The Commerce Committee approved Tuesday a measure that consumer advocates say would cost North Carolinians at least $50 million to $70 million a year in additional interest. Comment?
ANN B. ROSS: Hendersonville author presents her newest Miss Julia novel, "Miss Julia Stirs Up Trouble," at Malaprop's Bookstore/Cafe, 55 Haywood St., Asheville, 3 p.m. Call 254-6734. STORIES TO STAGE: Participants in Connie Regan-Blake's "Taking Your Story to the Stage Workshop" perform the stories at the Altamont Theater, 18 Church St., ... (more) Comment?
The Republicans already have more legislative seats than they should based on vote totals, thanks to an especially blatant gerrymandering of district boundaries. Comment?
The sure sign of spring on the Blue Ridge Parkway comes not on the calendar, but with the opening of the Pisgah Inn. Comment?
As of today, the parkway on the North Carolina side is closed from Milepost 331 at Gillespie Gap in Spruce Pine to Milepost 342 at Victor Crossing, and from Milepost 344 to MP 382 at the Folk Art Center in Asheville. Comment?
North Carolina has a model system for two reasons. First, proposed rate changes must be industrywide and can be challenged by the Department of Insurance. Comment?
By that standard, an awful lot is involved in the fight over the state's auto insurance system. Comment?
Editor's Note: This is the first of five profiles on local contestants in The Big Tasty food product or service contest launched by Asheville-based agribusiness incubator Blue Ridge Food Ventures. Comment?
The plan, which passed the state Senate unanimously, has broad support ranging from Gov. Comment?
A companion bill in the House has seven sponsors, all Republicans and none from Western North Carolina. Comment?
WALTER BENNETT: Author presents his novel, "Leaving Tuscaloosa," at Malaprop's Bookstore/Cafe, 55 Haywood St., Asheville, 3 p.m. Call 254-6734. WRITING GROUP: The Writer in You writing group meets to give and receive feedback at the First Presbyterian Church of Asheville, 40 Church St., Asheville, 10 a.m. Call 450-5462. WRITING GROUP: The Mayland ... (more) Comment?
Mission Health has relaxed visitation restrictions at its hospitals in Western North Carolina in response to a drop in the number of influenza cases over the past several weeks. Comment?
Mission Health is lifting visitor restrictions from restricted to limited in response to a decreased influenza incidence over the past month. Comment?
MainPRO -- Mountain Information for Nonprofits -- is sponsoring two winter workshops in cooperation with the Small Business Center of Mayland Community College and the AMY Regional Library. Comment?
Inviting the Holy Spirit to heal and restore our bodies and souls. Soup supper follows service. Comment?
348-4161. www.seacoast.org/asheville. "VICTORY IN JESUS" BROADCAST: Radio ministry aired at noon Fridays and 10:45 a.m. Saturdays on WHBK Radio, Marshall, 1460 AM. Comment?
Mission Health announced Thursday that the Asheville organization is restricting visitors to its hospitals because of an increase in reported influenza-like illness throughout North Carolina. Comment?
The Asheville Gallery of Art's featured artist for December will be Pamela Haddock. Comment?