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Asheville administrative offices closed May 25 for Memorial Day

Asheville administrative offices closed May 25 for Memorial Day

Asheville city government offices will be closed Monday, May 25, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. All City of Asheville Parks and Recreation Department recreation centers will be closed. The following specialized recreation facilities will be open: city parks, the Riverside Cemetery, Asheville Golf Course, Food Lion Skate Park, Aston Park Tennis Center, Recreation

Asheville buses to run on partial holiday schedule May 25

Asheville buses to run on partial holiday schedule May 25

ASHEVILLE – ART service routes and facilities will operate on a partial holiday schedule on Monday, May 25. The Memorial Day holiday is one of six holidays throughout the calendar year that ART offers service. For these six holidays, ART operates holiday service on the following routes: • N1 – Merrimon – UNCA – Lakeshore.

Asheville to host Memorial Day concert and ceremony

Asheville to host Memorial Day concert and ceremony

The City of Asheville Mayor’s Committee for Veterans Affairs will host the annual Memorial Day Concert and Ceremony on the Roger McGuire Green stage of Pack Square Park starting at 2:30 p.m. on Monday, May 25, 2015. Concert Featured will be the award winning North Carolina Army National Guard’s 440th Army Concert Band with musical


Asheville earns national award for greenway partnership

Asheville earns national award for greenway partnership

A greenway partnership between New Belgium Brewing and the City of Asheville earned the City a national Partnership Award from American Trails. Winners of this prestigious award were honored at the National and International Trails Awards Banquet at the International Trails Symposium May 19 in Portland, Ore. The French Broad/New Belgium Greenway is in Asheville’s River Arts


Building permits, job growth outlined at Asheville’s Development Forum

Building permits, job growth outlined at Asheville’s Development Forum

Large-scale development and Asheville’s fastest-growing industries were among topics discussed during the City’s Development Forum held May 15 at the US Cellular Center. Hosted by City Manager Gary Jackson, the forum included economic updates from City staff on building permit activity as well as planning and zoning permits and employment trends. Information was also presented

Asheville Police Department has its own “Bones”

Asheville Police Department has its own “Bones”

Detective Sarah Foley’s unique background in forensic anthropology makes her an asset at the Asheville Police Department. “When remains are discovered I have the ability to go on-scene and determine whether remains are from a human or animal, rather than having to send them to a lab and have them tested,” said Foley. Just earlier

Ride ART buses free and get a free breakfast May 20

Ride ART buses free and get a free breakfast May 20

National Strive Not to Drive Week runs Friday to Friday, May 15-22. It’s a great time to take the bus or ride your bike. Walk to a neighborhood business rather than hop in your car. And it’s a good time to think about carpooling to work. Asheville Transit will offer free bus fares Wednesday, May


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