New town hall in Montreat is in the works
The Town of Montreat began the process of narrowing down the list of potential designers for a new town hall.
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Ciderworks brings new taste to the Valley
Many people in the Swannanoa Valley are familiar with Black Mountain Ciderworks.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Man drowns in Edenton Bay
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
The Mountaineer Publishing Company
United in Papertown
Last July, I moved to Canton, North Carolina - a town nestled between the mountains just west of Asheville and well known in the region for the paper mill that is the largest employer in the county.
Cider, Mayo and more
You could take the streetcar to the southwest side and ride the merry-go-round, ride a roller coaster, swim in the lake or dance to Joe King's Orchestra.
Battle Continues Over Source's Fate
The battle between Source for Well-Being and the Town of Black Mountain re-entered the spotlight at Monday night's aldermen meeting.
Madison Inn regretfully closes its doors
Rhea Busick and Jason DeBlaere became the owners of the Madison Inn and Restaurant in Black Mountain in June of 2010.
A 'Pillar to the Sky'
"Optimistic," New York Times best-selling author and Montreat College professor William Forstchen answers when asked to describe his new book in one word.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Good Hops Brewing Co. coming to Carolina Beach
Good Hops Brewing Co. on the island will be serving mostly ales. Owners say this nano-brewery won't be shy to use citrus-based fruits and flavors such as raspberry or cucumber.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Source for Well Being and the Town of Black Mountain
As the newest member of the Black Mountain Board of Aldermen, I felt it prudent and appropriate to set forth my understanding of the conflict between The Source and the Town of Black Mountain.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
The Globe and Mail
Craving counterculture? Check out this North Carolina city
'It's the wind chime capital of America," my brother-in-law told me as he walked my husband and me to our car before we set off for Asheville, N.C. Ask a Carolinian about the city and they'll start rattling off brewpubs: Green Man, Thirsty Monk, Wicked Weed a names that put it in a league with craft-beer capitals such as Portland, Ore., and make ... (more)
Fri Apr 04, 2014
The found-footage trend shows no signs of dying out any time soon, and much of it is tiresome, but director Matty Beckerman has given us a creepy and energetic found-footage thriller with "Alien Abduction," the story of a family of campers hunted down by hostile alien creatures through the woods of Black Mountain, North Carolina.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Robin Bullock in concert at The Black Mountain Center for the Arts, April 12
The Black Mountain Center for the Arts is proud to present Robin Bullock in concert on Saturday April 12 at 7:30 pm.
Hickory Furniture Mart, "A Cut Above"
And although Asheville dons many spectacular boutiques that specialize in the sale of quality, handmade furniture, the epicenter of WNC's furniture industry remains, as it always has, a bit further east in Hickory, NC.
a Run for the Greenways
It is almost time for the Seventh Annual Black Mountain Greenway Challenge. The Black Mountain Greenways Commission and the Black Mountain Running Company invite you to join this 5K/10K race at 2 p.m. this Saturday, April 5. The race starts and finishes at Pisgah Brewing in Black Mountain.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
The Asheville Citizen-Times
Archive Dec. 17, 1995: Joel's story
When I was in elementary school, I loved P.E. Second to anything related to the dramatic arts, P.E. But mostly, people stare.
UNC Asheville celebrates sustainability with annual Greenfest
UNC Asheville will celebrate its annual Greenfest with spring activities and programs focused on environmental sustainability.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
A new spin on farm tour
That's the idea behind Cycle-to-Farm, a 62-mile bicycle farm tour through Orange County.
Starting a green home for self-builders
A green home minimizes its impact on the environment through careful design, material choices and construction practices.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Asheville Art Museum kicks of First Friday Art Walks with focus on photography
The Asheville Art Museum will kick off the First Friday Art Walk season on April 4 by celebrating the new exhibition Ralph Burns: A Persistence of Vision, Photographs 1972-2013.