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The Asheville Downtown Association is seeking digital media artists to apply for Downtown Digital: A New Media Arts Showcase. Downtown Digital will feature works by digital media artists in a one-night showcase at the Center for Craft, Creativity & Design’s outdoor space on Thursday, April 16. Student, emerging or professional artists may apply to be featured at the event. Media s...Read More
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City of Asheville will conduct a series of public meetings aimed at inviting input from the community on the characteristics it would like to see in a new chief for the Asheville Police Department.  Members of the public are invited to attend any of three public meetings held on Wednesday, February 25. NOTE: The February 24 meeting has been canceled due to weather....Read More
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The Asheville Downtown Association (ADA) is now accepting applications for our Wristband Nonprofit Program, part of the Downtown After 5 summer concert series. The nonprofit organization works the wristband sales tents at the event and splits the sales (receiving up to a maximum of $2000) with the Asheville Downtown Association. The ADA will select 5 nonprofit organizations, one for each Downto...Read More
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With inclement weather and extreme cold anticipated to continue into Wednesday, February 18, City of Asheville officials are urging residents to stay off the roads. As temperatures drop overnight, many roads are expected to refreeze creating dangerous driving conditions. Any unnecessary travel on roads is strongly discouraged. Additionally, extreme low temperatures and wind chill will m...Read More
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City of Asheville will conduct a series of public meetings aimed at inviting input from the community on the characteristics it would like to see in a new chief for the Asheville Police Department.  Members of the public are invited to attend any of three public meetings held on Tuesday, February 24 and Wednesday, February 25 The City is working with Affion Public,...Read More
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Mast Store Hosts Be a Sweetheart, Feed the Hungry, February 14 & 15 ASHEVILLE, NC - Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Mast General Store and MANNA FoodBank have a way you can give a gift of love not only to your sweetheart, but also to your community. On ...Read More
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ASHEVILLE – 25-year-old Mercedes Ferguson is one of Asheville’s newest police officers, and a recent graduate of basic law enforcement training. But in another life, she was on a path to become a doctor. As a student on a pre-med track in South Florida, she observed over and over young patients coming through the emergency room, and she wanted to find another way to get involved and help pr...Read More
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Asheville, NC – February is Black History Month.  In recognition, the City of Asheville Parks and Recreation Department is producing a number of events at recreation centers across the city.  Below is a list of activities for the month of February. All events are free and the public is invited. For information on any of these events contact the centers listed below....Read More
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Contact: Officer Keith McCulloch Phone: (828) 259-5834 E-mail: kmcculloch@ashevillenc.gov Sign up now for the spring Citizens Police Academy ASHEVILLE – The Asheville Police Department is now inviting residents to apply for the spring semester of ...Read More
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The City of Asheville’s Community and Economic Development Department invites the public to attend upcoming public forums to assist in the creation of the Five-Year Consolidated Plan. The Plan sets out a framework for using federal HOME funds in Buncombe, Henderson, Madison, and Transylvania counties, and Community Development Block grant (CDBG) funds in the city of Asheville during the perio...Read More

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