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OPINION: Mission made a tough call, but it was the only one

Mission Health has a long and honored history as a top non-profit healthcare system, serving Asheville and surrounding areas since 1885. Given this history, it initially surprised many — including me — when it was announced that the Mission board of directors had signed a letter of intent that would bring the local hospital system into exclusive negotiations to join HCA Healthcare. Since then, we have learned that without a…

Campio Completes 195,000 SF Sale-Leaseback in Asheville, NC

About Campio Campio is a corporate real estate advisory firm specializing in working with industrial users who are concerned with aligning their real estate to maximize growth opportunities and profitability. Campio’s goal is to generate $1.0 billion in real estate savings for its customers. About Amcor Flexibles Amcor’s Flexibles packaging business develops and supplies flexible packaging, closures and folding cartons. It has four business units: Flexibles Europe, Middle East and…

Faces of the Fair/Asheville, NC

Faces of the Fair When deciding which booths and presentations to see during the Asheville, NC Fair (WNC Agricultural Center/Fletcher) we take into consideration ‘Faces of Home’. Who is there to represent not only our state but someone who is also bringing recognition of topics of today. Someone who networks outside our state as well. My first thought is Jeanine Davis, an extension specialist and researcher in the Department of…

Cost of Growth: Surrounding communities feel impact

Marion’s population has grown 70 percent since 2000, from 4,943 to 8,400. (Photo credit: WLOS staff) The Growing Entrepreneurs Marion Small Business Grant Program has invested about $28,000 over the last two years.{&nbsp;}(Photo credit: WLOS staff)<p></p> As Buncombe County’s population nears 260,000, the growth is spilling over to surrounding areas, as well. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2017, Henderson County’s population was 115,708; Rutherford’s was 66,551; Haywood’s was…

Dozens Of Immigrants Detained Across North Carolina In The Past Week

View Slideshow 1 of 2 Bruno Hinojosa, CIMA coordinator leads a rally at the Federal Building downtown. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, known as ICE, conducted raids across North Carolina over the past week. ICE agents took several dozen people into custody in the Triangle area and arrested about a dozen people in Western North Carolina, according to a ICE spokesman Bryan Cox. The mayors of Chapel Hill, Carrboro,…

Letter: Asheville needs stricter litter laws

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Graphic by Lori Deaton I appreciated Sherrie Mirsky’s note to the editor [“Keep Asheville Clean,” March 14, Xpress]. I wanted to say that there is definitely a serious litter problem in Asheville. I have lived in Asheville since 1980 and have recently seen in the last year how much litter is filling up so many areas of the city and its outskirts. Asheville needs stricter litter laws and policies put…

Buncombe residents invited to Blue Horizons Project launch March 22

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From the Blue Horizons Project: COMMUNITY LEADERS LAUNCH BLUE HORIZONS PROJECT AS LOCAL EFFORT TO CONSERVE ENERGY AND PRESERVE REGION Resulting from a two-year collaboration between local government, business, nonprofit and environmental leaders, the Blue Horizons Project is a comprehensive hub of energy-efficiency programs to empower community members to save money and help create Western North Carolina’s clean energy future. The Blue Horizons Project is designed to improve access to…

Asheville School hosts Shakespeare-themed theatre workshops April 21

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Photo courtesy of the Asheville School. From the Asheville School: Asheville School Hosts NC Stage, Montford Park Players for Dramatic Workshops Open to Local High School Students ASHEVILLE, N.C. (March 14, 2018) On Saturday, April 21, high school students from across Western North Carolina are invited to participate in Asheville School’s “Shakespeare and Friends Day,” which will feature workshops led by NC Stage and the Montford Park Players. The programming…

First Bank Increases Its Presence In Western North Carolina With Asheville Savings Bank Transition

SOUTHERN PINES, N.C., March 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — First Bank will continue its expansion into Western North Carolina when it completes the transition of the former Asheville Savings Bank locations, accounts and systems to First Bank the weekend of March 16 to March 19. First Bancorp (FBNC), the parent company of First Bank, closed on its acquisition of Asheville Savings Bank in October 2017. “Asheville Savings Bank and First Bank…

UNC Asheville to host WNC Regional Science Olympiad March 3

Photo courtesy of UNC Asheville Press release from UNC Asheville: UNC Asheville will once again host the annual Regional Science Olympiad, bringing young scientists from 11 high schools and 11 middle schools across Western North Carolina together to compete in 46 different events on Saturday, March 3. The winners move on to the statewide tournament later this year. Check-in for competitors is 8-9 a.m. in the Rhoades Robinson Hall lobby….