Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Maggie Valley: Monday, June 21: Chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while chance of showers and thunderstorms then patchy fog overnight; Tuesday, June 22: Patchy fog during the day; while chance of rain showers then partly cloudy overnight;
Transylvania County, NCWLOS.com
BREVARD, N.C. (WLOS) — Transylvania County commissioners adopted a resolution to accept and distribute American Rescue Plan funds. So far, more than $2.7 million have been allocated for the town of Rosman water and sewer projects and the city of Brevard's falling water development. That leaves $3.9 million not yet...
ALEXANDER, N.C. (WLOS) — Two children were rescued after a tubing accident Monday on the French Broad River in Asheville. Firefighters said two adults and two children were tubing when they hit a rock and flipped about 3 p.m. The children floated away. Two people on shore saw what happened...
Buncombe County, NCWLOS.com
BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N.C. (WLOS) — The Buncombe County Sheriff's Office is bringing additional charges against a man accused of recently breaking into West Asheville homes while naked and nearly striking a deputy with a stolen vehicle. Officials say after executing a search warrant on the stolen vehicle James Cody Pickard...
Henderson County, NCBlueridgenow.com
On Saturday, June 26, Charlie’s Angels Animal Rescue will celebrate a grand opening for its new thrift store at 235 St. John Road in the St. John’s Market Place. The store opening is a milestone for the small, local shelter that has been rescuing dogs and cats throughout the area for over 12 years, the organization said in a news release.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) — A thrift store in the mountains is moving to a new, larger location, with proceeds going to help out rescued animals. Asheville Humane Thrift Store announced earlier in June that it would be moving to a larger retail space in the River Ridge Marketplace shopping center. As the store prepares for a reopening date of July 1 in their new location, everything at the current Patton Avenue location is half off in price.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL CALLED MEETING AND PUBLIC HEARING. Public Notice is hereby given that the Town of Weaverville Zoning Board of Adjustment will hold a special called meeting in which to hold a Public Hearing, following quasi-judicial procedures, on Monday, July 12, 2021 at 7:00p.m., or at such time as the Board reaches the matter. This meeting will occur within Council Chambers at Town Hall located at 30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC to consider the following item:
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) — A jointly prosecuted case that began in the District of South Carolina and culminated in Asheville, in the Western District of North Carolina, has resulted in a federal jury convicting an Indian man of abusive sexual contact aboard an airplane. Peter M McCoy Jr., U.S. Attorney...
Black Mountain, NCFOX Carolina
BLACK MOUNTAIN, NC (FOX Carolina)- The Black Mountain Fire Department says that firefighters have been dispatched to a home near Richardson Blvd. after a tree fell on a house. Black Mountain FD shared photos of the residence on Facebook. Firefighters say that the tree fell on the house at around...
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Asheville, NCMountain Xpress
Asheville these days is struggling with how to address the many conundrums we face as a diverse and growing community, but a bit of local history may point the way forward. Conflict is normal and natural: It can be constructive or destructive depending on how it’s handled. A whole-community approach.
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) — Right now, the number of cases of the latest strain of COVID-19 is doubling every two weeks, according to AdventHealth CMO Dr. Teresa Herbert. Herbert said the Delta COVID-19 variant is now responsible for 10 percent of all coronavirus cases in the United States. Unfortunately, the Delta variant spreads easily and can cause more severe disease, she said.
Mars Hill, NCWLOS.com
MARS HILL, N.C. (WLOS) — It's become more common to see businesses closing doors rather than opening them, due to the pandemic. So one viewer wants to know if a new auto parts store in Madison County still plans to open. "What is going on with the O’Reilly’s in Mars...
Broadmoor Golf Links on Airport Road could be the site of a new hotel and conference center, with Asheville Regional Airport sharing potential plans for a resort and commercial development to transform the property. The airport purchased the golf course for $2.75 million in August, and Executive Director Lew Bleiweis...
Many graduations, proms, anniversaries and other special occasions were missed or reduced last year, but downtown Hendersonville merchants are planning an event to bring back festive celebrations. The July 10 LoveHendo monthly open streets event will center around the theme “Celebrate: The Remix," with merchants planning a party to make...
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) — On Tuesday night, Asheville City Council will vote on a budget that would bring funding bumps to several sectors of the city, but also includes a 2-cent property tax rate increase. If the budget is passed, Asheville Firefighters Association president Scott Mullin said they’d see their...
Buncombe County, NCWLOS.com
SWANNANOA, N.C. (WLOS) — Buncombe County Schools 2021 Principal of the Year Carrie Lynch has been busy recently greeting students participating in this year's summer academy. For the last four years, Lynch has been the top administrator at W.D. Williams Elementary School. She said it has been a trying year...
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Flat Rock, NCthelaurelofasheville.com
The Gallery at Flat Rock will collaborate with The Horse Shoe Farm in Hendersonville to offer Art on the Farm, a series of immersive workshops led by artists. Marsha Hammel will lead the first workshop, which takes place Friday, August 6, through Sunday, August 8. Morning and afternoon sessions on the fundamentals of painting in Hammel’s Classic Modernist style will be held in a spacious room that is open to the outdoors and filled with natural light. “A workshop like this brings new ideas and approaches to everyone—including the instructor,” Hammel says. “We have all been sequestered in our studios this year. It will be exciting to share creative experiences personally.”