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Sanitation experts tell all: The dirt on leaf collection

Sanitation experts tell all: The dirt on leaf collection

Assan Salley, left, and Bryant Williams collect leaves and brush for Asheville Sanitation.   Pitch in to help City of Asheville Sanitation staff do their job more safely and efficiently   Those colorful trees decorating Asheville’s yards and streets will soon shed their leaves, transforming their beauty into the dreaded task of yardwork. Dealing with

Video: New rules address the ‘missing middle’ in Asheville housing options

Video: New rules address the ‘missing middle’ in Asheville housing options

  Since the 20th century, zoning regulations across America have moved along a path that limited housing diversity. Due to these changes, housing mostly comes in two forms: single-family homes or apartment complexes. Residential infill development seeks to promote additional types of housing options for neighborhoods, such as townhouses, duplexes, triplexes and smaller courtyard apartment

Asheville buskers, performance artists featured during the next Walkable Wall Street

Asheville buskers, performance artists featured during the next Walkable Wall Street

October brings great weather for strolling, browsing local shops and listening to street musicians. You can do just that and more this month during the next Walkable Wall Street. On Oct. 15, the Asheville Buskers Collective, Fringe Festival and Asheville Area Arts Council will come together for an afternoon of performances, music and interactive art


Historic panels installed on Montford bus shelters

Historic panels installed on Montford bus shelters

Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer, above right, joined members of the Montford community  in an Oct. 3 celebration of five panels outlining the neighborhood’s history recently installed on City bus shelters along Montford Avenue. The panels honor Montford’s lost homes, past residents, bygone scenes and African American heritage. They highlight the neighborhood’s diversity and its struggles with

Hey​ ​Day​ fall​ festival​ returns t​o ​the​ ​WNC​ ​Nature​ ​Center

Hey​ ​Day​ fall​ festival​ returns t​o ​the​ ​WNC​ ​Nature​ ​Center

From 10 a.m.-4 p.m. October 7, the WNC Nature Center will host its 41st annual Hey Day fall festival. The event includes fun for the whole family: live performances, music, games, crafts, special animal education moments, food vendors and more! Attendees will be entertained by the Mountain Thunder Cloggers, a science demonstration with the Asheville


Pisgah View Apartments begins recycling

Pisgah View Apartments begins recycling

Welcome to recyling, Pisgah View community! Past Community Waste Reduction and Recycling grants have been used to fund Asheville’s Public Housing Recycling Program, bringing recycling to the City’s public housing communities. And a portion of this year’s grant allowed the City of Asheville to provide recycling services to the 250 units in Pisgah View Apartments, starting

Greenway prep to begin for River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project

Greenway prep to begin for River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project

  Sometimes you have to rearrange a landscape to achieve a new vision. Old plants come out, new ones come in, but things can look a bit messy in the meantime. Think of that analogy on a larger scale when it comes to Asheville’s River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project (RADTIP). In preparation for the construction of


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