As the saying goes, “All politics is local.” At Xpress, we firmly believe this, which is why we’ve focused our primary election guide on local races that pertain specifically to Buncombe County. There will be a lot of new faces on local boards, offices, councils and benches. Asheville Vice Mayor Sandra Kilgore is one of several […]
D. Tyrell McGirt, director of Asheville Parks & Recreation, discusses opportunities for staying healthy in 2024.
“It’s important for readers to know there are free resources across the state to understand their options and support them in going through the enrollment process,” says Jaclyn Kiger, Pisgah Legal’s COO. “I think the state of North Carolina has done an excellent job to roll this out as quickly as possible. Any delay puts people at risk of not having the coverage that they need. “
Sheridan Hill discusses her plans to launch Mountain Hearth Village, an intentional community in McDowell County.
Two of seven District Court judgeships in Buncombe County are open after Chief Judge J. Calvin Hill and Judge Andrea Dray chose not to seek reelection.
Two Democrats are running for clerk of Superior Court, following Clerk Steve Cogburn’s unexpected retirement in January 2023, announced shortly after his 2022 reelection.
In addition to our coverage of contested local races in Buncombe County, Mountain Xpress hopes to clear up some frequently asked questions about the process of voting in 2024’s primary election. Below, you’ll find short explainers on when, where and with what information ballots can be cast. Buncombe County’s 2024 primary voting timeline Here are some important […]
Therapists work to correct misconceptions about ketamine, which they say can treat certain mental health issues.
Alex East, 27, of Asheville discusses his participation in the recent Hawaiian Ultra Running Team’s 100-Mile Endurance Run.
Xpress reached out to dozens of local residents to discuss what keeps them hopeful heading into 2024.