With its third Asheville location, PennyCup joins a growing wave of homegrown restaurants expanding to the east side of town.
CreekSide Taphouse opens with beer, barbecue and volleyball.
I have been a resident of Haw Creek for two-plus years and was told at my apartment complex at the time of rental that recycling was coming to east Asheville. As of April 16, nothing has been done. I have requested recycling at the apartment complex; Haw Creek Mews Townhomes, but nothing has been done. […]
Sidewalks slated to be the major focus of tonight’s Jan. 31 East Asheville community meeting at Haw Creek Elementary.
I was the proud owner of a red and black Baccio scooter. I paid $600 for it (from my barely above minimum-wage income). I spent the whole year of 2010 walking around this town to get to school, my job, the grocery store, etc. I've been beeped at, yelled at, cussed at. Rain, sun, sleet, […]
I would like to respond to the issue of sidewalks-versus-parking deck at 51 Biltmore Ave. … As a resident of east Asheville, I am strongly in favor of sidewalks in our community. In Haw Creek, we currently have two elementary schools that are not accessible by sidewalks to the residents who live north of Beverly […]
Sidewalks are a hot issue in Asheville these days, complete with protests, possible changes in city policy and a special Council meeting in Haw Creek at the end of the month focusing on the issue. What’s behind the ruckus?
Listen to Charlene Noblett talk about her parents, Rory and Hazel Masters, and you’re transported back in time. It was a time when there were more farms than developments; when people looked out for one another; when hard work and the community good trumped just about everything else. “They were the best parents God could […]
Tomorrow, Buncombe County Board of Commissioners revisit the question of whether to contribute $250,000 to a nine-acre park linking Haw Creek to the Blue Ridge Parkway.