On Tuesday, the Marion City Council agreed to change a zoning for a property that will someday become the new home for local workers and
Dogwood Health Trust’s investment of $1.5 million to improve Census response rates across the region resulted in Western North Carolina outperforming the state and nation
For many local nonprofits that advocate for racial justice, the May 25 killing of George Floyd marked the start of a new phase. The Racial Justice Coalition,
The McDowell County Board of Commissioners gave their endorsement Monday for a building project by the Pleasant Gardens Volunteer Fire Department.
Overnight lows in the mid-40s didn’t stop a small group of children and adults from raising money for homeless youth by spending the night outside
ASHEVILLE – County leaders will use nearly $665,000 in grant money to reduce gun violence and help ex-prisoners reintegrate.
ASHEVILLE — Vaya Health was awarded a four-year grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to expand services and access to care