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New time capsule to be installed under Vance Monument

New time capsule to be installed under Vance Monument

Asheville and Buncombe County will install a new time capsule under the Vance Monument during a 6:30 p.m. Sept. 18 ceremony in downtown Asheville. The 2115 Asheville Buncombe Time Capsule replaces an 1896 time capsule that was unearthed earlier this year during the restoration of the Vance Monument. The new time capsule will be opened

City of Asheville earns AAA bond rating

City of Asheville earns AAA bond rating

The City of Asheville will be able to borrow money at a better rate than most other cities, due largely to a stable financial outlook and a growing, well-diversified economy coupled with strong financial management and reserves. Standard & Poor’s, which provides credit ratings and other financial analysis, recently upgraded the City’s general obligation bonds

City kicks off Watch for Me  pedestrian, bicyclist safety campaign

City kicks off Watch for Me pedestrian, bicyclist safety campaign

Asheville’s multimodal mindset is one of its assets. But as we move toward environmentally and healthy practices of bicycling and walking to our destinations people sometimes find themselves in the crosshairs at intersections. Add to that equation the brisk tourist traffic and a vibrant busking scene in downtown Asheville. Sometimes our sidewalks appear to be


Asheville area law enforcement officers receive bicycle/pedestrian laws training

Asheville area law enforcement officers receive bicycle/pedestrian laws training

Asheville area law enforcement officers recently received special training about enforcing bicycle and pedestrian safety laws as part of the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s Watch for Me NC campaign.   Representatives from the Asheville Police Department’s Downtown Unit and the Traffic Safety Unit attended a one-day seminar July 22 at Asheville-Buncombe Community Technical College.

*** Update *** Suspect arrested in Biltmore Village Shooting

  UPDATED 2:59 p.m. –  Bryant DeAngelo Sanders surrendered to authorities this afternoon at the Buncombe County Courthouse.  He is currently in the custody of the Buncombe County Detention Facility on $700,000 bond.  The original press release from 5:18 AM this morning is below.  The booking photo for Sanders will be released when it becomes available.


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