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A Global Family Comes Home for the Holidays

Shopping Season more Meh than Merry for Outdoor Retailers

Brevard's Homeless Challenge: Balancing Empathy and Consequences

Brevard's Robust Brewing Scene Emerges in the "Blink of an Eye."

Gentrification Threatens History and Community in Rosenwald

"Housing not Handcuffs": Council Blasts Proposed Law as Criminalizing Homelessness

Republicans Sweep Commission and School Board Races

"I'm Going to Freeze." Workers Struggle to Pay for Food, Housing and, Especially, Heating Fuel

Recycling to Save Tax Money. Maybe a Lot of It

"Major" Development Will Bring Community Hub to Lake Toxaway. Also Congestion, Noise

Public Officials Look at Public Spending — in Private

Commission Approves Step Forward on School Projects while Leaving Issues Unresolved

Funding for Brevard Affordable Housing Project a "Great Step Forward"

Jake Dalton: Not Vocal but Hard Right. Usually

Restoring the "Magic" of Ancient Forests, 1,000 Spruce at a Time

Can a Qualified Democrat Win in Transylvania? Maybe, if Voters Are as Fed up as He Is

Emmett Casciato: A Conservative Communicator

Retiring Public Works Director David Lutz Remembered for Loyal Service, Federal Charges

Council Takes First Step Towards Creating Safer, Prettier Downtown

Love in a Time of Political Rancor? A Rosman Family Shows How It's Done

School Board Candidate Chris Wiener: Extremist or Just "Right of Center?"

A Democrat's Fight to Win Countywide Office? It's Nothing Compared to Cancer, Cooper says

Tanya Dalton: For Arming Teachers; against CTR, SEL and Current Renovation Plans

School Board Candidate Marty Griffin Promises Stability amidst Calls for Change

Brevard Finishes "Recruitment Marathon" with Hire of New City Manager

The Mice that Roared? Residents Hope Combined Voices Will Bring Change to Hospital

Asheville Watchdog: Madison Cawthorn Targeted by Federal Election Commission

Mixed News on Trail Projects: A Setback for the Ecusta, a Step ahead for paths at Bracken Preserve

Doing What They Can: New Regulations and the Decision to Go Solar

Short-Term Rentals Pump $75-million into the Local Economy. But What Else Do They Do?

More Time, Less Work: Delays and Rising Costs Mean Further Cuts to School Project

Flattening Visitation May Signal an End to the "Covid Crush"

Pisgah Labs Announces $55-million Plant Expansion

Youth Suicide and Mental Illness: A National Tragedy Hits Home

What's Taking So Long? City Still Looking for a Permanent Manager after Six Months

Hush Hush: Bond Vote Shows Deep Divide, Raises Questions about Private Meetings

Council Approves Final Plan for Downtown Hotel

Plenty of Money or Not Enough? Schools, County Battle over Funding

HCA, Mission and the "Tragedy" of Transylvania Regional Hospital

City Files Antitrust Suit Against HCA, Claiming "Monopoly" Has Led to Skyrocketing Costs

Recommended Reading from Asheville Watchdog: Hunting for Dead Dad’s Missing Money, Grieving Son Finds Pain, Anger . . . and a Clue

Brevard High Campus May Be New Home of Alternative Education School

Lt. Chuck Owenby Looks Like Winner of Primary Race to Replace Sheriff David Mahoney

City Receives Funds for Trail Design, Construction

Commission Commits to Funding Economic Development, EMS Base and Utility Lines

One Developer Withdraws, Another Emerges as City Struggles to Attract Affordable Housing

Clock Ticks as Council Faces Crucial Decision about Affordable Housing Project

Sewer Backup and Falling Plaster: Clerk Shows Courthouse is Unsafe to People, Legal Process

Seeing a Smooth, Bright Future on a Rough Ride Down the Ecusta Corridor

Lack of Investment in "Fragile" and "Stymied" College Campus Will Drag Down County Economy, President Says

Boiling Over: School Board, Commission Air Disagreements about Renovations

Asheville Watchdog: Under HCA, Nurses Are Overburdened and Patients Suffer

Word To Commissioners: Zone US 64 Corridor Now or Boom Could be a Bust

Ecusta Trail Receives Cash Pledge from Tourism, Rare Political Support From Commission

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One Candidate for Sheriff Demoted, Others in Race to Take Leave of Absence

Special Report from Asheville Watchdog: Attorney General’s Office Had "Great Concerns" Mission-HCA Deal Was Rigged "From the Beginning"

Ecusta Trail Backers Announce $7.5 Million in New Funding, Seek County Support to Ask for More

The "Hooey" of Transylvania's Tier 3 Ranking and How It May Impact a Schools' Grant

Take Two for Take One: Brevard City Council Agrees to Renew Lease for Co-Ed Cinema

Three High-Ranking Deputies Vie to Replace Mahoney

Art Films, Blockbusters or Both: The Future of the City-Owned Co-Ed Cinema

What I Learned about Giving from Paul Farmer's Inspirational Life and Work

Explosive Growth of Short-Term Rentals Transforms Neighborhoods, Disrupts Lives

More Bad News For Brevard: Cost of Railroad Avenue Bridge Will Climb by $700,000

Backing the Bengals AND the "Bungles": A Personal History of Loving an Unloved Team

School Board Urges Fast Action on Renovations, Commission First Wants Answers

Estatoe Trail Funding, Once $1 Million, Is Now $36,425

Neighborhood Opposition: A Major Obstacle to the Crucial Job of Building Affordable Housing

Local Racers Going to Worlds? Great but No Biggie. It's Brevard.

Former DSS Worker's Federal Suit: Discrimination and Retaliation Led to Her Firing

New Home Construction Booms, Prices Soar