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'Rediscovering Christmas' returns
For many years, Black Mountain residents have been making "Rediscovering Christmas" a holiday tradition.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Black Mountain woman charged in stabbing
A Black Mountain woman is facing charges after police say he stabbed a man in the back.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
Cabaret Jazz Dinner Series: a oeHave Yourself a Swingina Little Christmasa on Dec. 20
The White Horse Black Mountain continues its popular Cabaret Jazz Dinner Concert series with a special holiday treat, "Have Yourself A Swingin' Little Christmas" on Friday, December 20 at 8:00 pm.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Black Mountain News: Winter weather advisories set for parts of WNC
Possible freezing rain and snow are in the forecast late tonight for the upper elevations of Western North Carolina along the Tennessee border.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Hot Picks: Bernsteins, 'A Christmas Carol' on stage
A very Bernstein Christmas There's no telling what will happen when the boozy, fictional Bernstein family makes its annual Christmas appearance.
Opening soon: Barleycorn, Korean House
Last week, we reported that former Greenlife owner John Swann's Katuah Market in Biltmore Village would likely open this weekend.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Holiday classic has local flavor
"The Nutcracker" is an annual holiday tradition for many. The Asheville Ballet will present the nostalgically heartwarming production December 13 - 15 at the Diana Wortham Theater in Asheville.
Harris appointed to aldermen
Former mayoral candidate and one-time Republican officer Larry Harris was appointed to the vacant seat on the Black Mountain Board of Aldermen Monday night.
Crooked Intersection is here to stay
Drivers tired of negotiating the cockeyed intersection at Black Mountain's center better get used to it.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The Report Card
Got an idea that makes the grade? Send it to JBuchanan@CITIZEN-TIMES.com A to the annual Smoky Mountain Toy Run, held Saturday.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Black Mountain News: County asked to continue helping community
Buncombe County government has spent nearly $39,000 to remove a home in Beaverdam that became unsafe when the ground underneath it shifted in July.
Schools delayed in some NC counties
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Sun Dec 08, 2013
Music notes: Mars Hill's cloggers offer hip-hop workshop
ASHEVILLE - High school and college-age students of any dance level are invited to a free hip-hop workshop, led by Joe Barron, a member of the national champion Bailey Mountain Cloggers, at Mars Hill University on Tuesday.
Transylvania Holiday Tour of Artists' Studios is Saturday
The Transylvania Community Arts Council will host its Holiday Tour of Artists' Studios fundraiser from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Asheville area religion notes
HENDERSONVILLE - Grace Lutheran, at 1245 Sixth Ave. W., has a number of events upcoming.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Seasons eatings: holiday food adventures for the family
The Asheville area's holiday offerings include a multitude of palatable family-friendly events.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Hot Picks: Comic Laney and 'Little Match Girl'
Dec. 6 It's a busy weekend for holiday events around Western North Carolina. Some of the big ones coming up: Dickens Christmas in the Village, Dec. 6-8 in Biltmore Village.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Harris appointment to board a 'done deal'
The appointment of mayoral candidate Larry Harris to the Black Mountain Board of Aldermen is a "done deal," Black Mountain Mayor-elect Mike Sobol said, and will happen despite his opposition.
It's Holly Jolly time again
Several years ago, I wrote a column that included a quiz to see how acclimated each of you were to life in the Swannanoa Valley.
Frost vice chair of Buncombe commissioners
The Buncombe County Board of Commissioners chose Ellen Frost as its vice chairwoman for the next 12 months on a 6-1 vote Tuesday.