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During the last week of 2020, four people affiliated with Veterans Services of the Carolinas, part of the Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry (ABCCM), met to confirm how the organization’s work with homeless veterans changes lives.

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As we bring in a new year filled with new beginnings, it’s time to reflect on your own health and vision for what you want to achieve.

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The Jan. 15 early decision deadline for admission to UNC Asheville’s Class of 2025 is fast approaching, and applicants who know UNC Asheville is their first choice are encouraged to get their applications in. Regular admission applications are due on Feb. 1.

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“THRIVE: Turning Uncertainty To Competitive Advantage” by Meridith Elliott Powell navigates the stresses of doing business in highly shifting economic times.

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Mountain bike enthusiasts are a driving force behind Chestnut Mountain Park development plans, and its signature feature — Berm Park.

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A once-popular map showcasing the best hiking trails of the Smokies and Blue Ridge Mountains is back in print with a fresh update after 25 years.

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Asheville has received accolades for just about everything from food and festivals to the health and eco-conscious community. It is arguably best known for being one of the top outdoor cities in the Southeast. Thousands of trail miles crisscross the surrounding mountains, and a vast network …

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Baseball has officially been part of Asheville since 1915, unofficially longer than that. During that time period, the Asheville Tourists have been the icon of that love affair.

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Buncombe County sales and new listings remained positive year over year for a 5th consecutive month, showing strong sales for November, according to the latest Canopy MLS housing report for the Asheville region.

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December 31 challenge: How do you commemorate a year that most everyone would like to forget? Wouldn’t it be great if we could wake up on January 1, 2021, to discover it was all a dream like that famous “Dallas” TV episode “Who shot Jr.?”

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Taylor and I were not particularly close as children. I saw him as an unpleasant know-it-all and he viewed me as a whiny brat. When he left for college, I was finally the ruler of the house, with no one to boss me around. Even in the few moments that I missed his presence, he was only an hou…

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All it takes is someone to believe in you and support your dreams of achieving a better life.

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Sunlight streaming through windows at Sanctuary of Stuff in north Asheville illuminates displays filled with gift ideas, many of which are created by local artisans.

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Dogwood Health Trust, a North Carolina nonprofit corporation, in partnership with Sanesco International Inc., a global health leader that has been providing specialty laboratory testing for over a decade, announced the launch of CommunityLab, a $3.5 million COVID-19 testing laboratory in Bun…

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Fork Lore Storied Food and Spirits and RendezVous are among local restaurants offering special pre-order menus for Christmas Day dining.

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Traffic fatalities, collision along Interstate 40

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The Asheville Christian Academy girls basketball team continues to impress in the first few weeks of the young season. After wins over Carmel Christian, Hickory Grove, and nd Knoxville Catholic the Lions hosted Forsyth Country Day over the weekend and made quick work of the Furies.

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UNC Asheville Assistant Professor of New Media Victoria Bradbury has received a $44,000 Epic MegaGrant from Epic Games for artistic projects tying together Epic’s Unreal Engine – the software used in games like Fortnight – with physical computing using microcontrollers.

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Grove Arcade announces the return of its annual Winter Wonderland holiday celebration, which has been a tradition celebrated since 2006. The Arcade is transformed into a wreath-bedecked winter paradise showcasing Asheville’s local craftspeople, restaurants and retailers. The building is ador…