“I ask the Asheville police and Buncombe County Sheriff’s Department to please issue some type of warning to those who plan to repeat last year’s Fourth of July at-home fireworks extravaganza.”
Under the revised policy, all certified 501(c) nonprofits registered in Buncombe County would be able to buy property appraised at less than $30,000 for its fair market value, first come first served, during the 10 days after its declaration as surplus. Only after that window has passed would the property be listed online for perusal by the general public.
Patriotism never goes out of style; nor does fun in the sun. Commemorations of the Fourth are in force — here’s where to celebrate.
This year, Independence Day falls on a Saturday, which leaves you with more freedom to explore what this historic day has to offer.
When the Grove Park Inn celebrated its centennial, the famous establishment didn’t hand out goodie bags at the end of its birthday party — it lit up the night sky with a fantastic fireworks display. Click this post to watch the highlights.
Happy Fourth of July! The city of Asheville lit off its fireworks a day before the actual holiday, complete with a celebration at Memorial Stadium. Chris Wood got photos of the festivities.
Around 3:45 p.m. today, the those living and working in downtown Asheville were treated to mid-day fireworks display coming from the south side of the city. Want to know why? Xpress has the answer.
Council bans all unattended tethering of dogs within the city, approves buffer between family-care homes, while GPI donates funds for fireworks again.
Prepare your pets for the flash-and-boom Fourth of July, but know what to do if they still run away.