This week highlights the West Asheville Garden Stroll, grant funding for greener foods at three local elementary schools, and the state’s focus on food safety.
The cooperatively owned Haywood Road Market is part of a small group of businesses that was part of West Asheville’s resurgence several years ago. But the organic corner grocery has a history of financial struggles and now may have to leave its location in West Asheville’s Bledsoe Building. At the end of March, the market […]
Last year, Leicester resident Valeria Watson-Doost submitted a letter to Mountain Xpress about an historic building in West Asheville’s Burton Street neighborhood that was slated for demolition (see “Wrecking Ball Swings Toward Asheville Black History,” Letters, May 15, 2007). “I did research on the building … and found out that it was built in 1924 […]
The Haywood Road Corridor Committee will host an open house concerning rezoning along West Asheville’s main thoroughfare on Monday, June 25.
The West End Bakery arrived six years ago today — complete with a recipe for creating a community.