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Asheville Police hiring; all interested encouraged to apply

Asheville Police hiring; all interested encouraged to apply

Looking to begin your career in law enforcement or in fire/rescue? Then you’re in luck! The Asheville Police Departments is hiring. But you need to act fast. The APD is hiring for the position of Police Officer Trainee. Testing for this position will be offered on June 23 and 28. The written test will be

New security protocols announced for Buncombe County high school graduations; plus helpful traffic and parking information

New security protocols announced for Buncombe County high school graduations; plus helpful traffic and parking information

  Many of the 2018 Buncombe County high schools will hold graduation this weekend at the U.S. Cellular Center.   Enka, Erwin, AC Reynolds, TC Roberson and North Buncombe graduating seniors will all walk across the stage to receive their diplomas at the U.S. Cellular Center.   The City of Asheville is proud to host


Development Services releases updated fee schedule and improved fee calculation tools

Development Services releases updated fee schedule and improved fee calculation tools

    Following in-depth study and public comment, Asheville’s Development Services Department (DSD) has released its FY 2019 Fee Schedule, which goes into effect July 1, 2018. The new Fee Schedule is the result of nine months of analysis and customer input.   In fall 2017, DSD undertook a comprehensive study of current fees with the

Free for the picking, find serviceberries in Asheville parks and along roadsides

Free for the picking, find serviceberries in Asheville parks and along roadsides

Serviceberries are ripening in Asheville parks, including Pack Square Park in front of City Hall.   Here are recipes that use them too   Edible serviceberries are ripening throughout many of Asheville’s parks, such as Park Square Park and Carrier Park. This native edible species is well adapted to our climate and feeds humans and


Community discussion rescheduled: Protect French Broad River water and riverbanks in conjunction with RADTIP

Community discussion rescheduled: Protect French Broad River water and riverbanks in conjunction with RADTIP

NOTE: This event has been moved to June 13 because of flooding that occurred on the original date of May 30.     Interested in the River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project (RADTIP) and greenway? Come be part of a conversation about riverside ecology and natural habitat from 5 to 7 p.m. June 30 at

Downtown Asheville’s 68 Haywood to host outdoor play during June

Downtown Asheville’s 68 Haywood to host outdoor play during June

  Appalachian-infused Shakespeare comes to 68 Haywood this month with “The Ballad of R & J,” a musical play brought to Asheville by the American Myth Center during the month of June. As you may have guessed, it’s based on Shakespeare’s classic “Romeo and Juliet” star-crossed love story. American Myth Center Director Aaron Snook sets


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