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Archive for March, 2011

21st Century/UNCA partnership makes math add up

Math literacy is crucial to succeeding in the 21st century, but difficulties with math remain one of the leading causes of school dropouts. Bridging that gap is the idea behind a partnership between the City of Asheville’s 21st Century community learning program and UNC Asheville’s Math and Social Justice class. Each Monday afternoon over the

City of Asheville completes stimulus-funded street and sidewalk projects

With the completion of a sidewalk connection project on Short Michigan Avenue this week, the Engineering Services and Street divisions of the City of Asheville’s Public Works Department finished work on a menu of street, pedestrian and bicycle access improvements funded by grants through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The grant-funded improvements

Asheville Fire Department trains for handling chemical tanker incidents

Asheville’s firefighters got an up-close look last week at the inner workings of vehicles that transport potentially hazardous chemicals along highways and rail lines. Over three days, the Asheville Fire Department learned the ins and outs of tanker trucks and tractor trailers that transport anhydrous ammonia, a chemical that is used in agriculture, wastewater treatment,


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