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Blog :: 2016

Discover the newest outlet for shopping in Asheville

Discover the newest outlet for shopping in Asheville

From the tree-lined streets dotted with independent boutiques to the open-air markets featuring local crafts, Asheville's shopping scene is as diverse as it is unique. The relatively new Asheville Outlets, just five miles from downtown, offers a destination for shoppers looking for [...]

Weaverville, North Carolina

Explore Beautiful Weaverville


Weaverville is a thriving, small town located along I-26 just minutes from downtown Asheville, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, and the Tennessee border.  Weaverville is located less than 10 minutes from the University of North Carolina at Asheville, 20 minutes from A-B Technical [...]

8 Places to See Holiday Lights in Asheville, N.C.

8 Places to See Holiday Lights in Asheville, N.C.

Few experiences embody the excitement of the holidays like enjoying a display of bright, twinkling Christmas lights and meticulously-designed decorations. Visitors to Asheville, N.C. can enjoy these dazzling, family-friendly light shows that are sure to inspire the spirit of the [...]

Look to the surrounding areas of Asheville for great deals!

Woodfin

Just five minutes outside of Asheville, one of North Carolina’s most popular cities, you’ll find the quaint and affordable community of Woodfin. Situated along the banks of the French Broad River, Woodfin is a place where residents enjoy a relaxed pace of life that’s incredibly addicting. Filled with friendly folks, it won’t take you [...]

Christmas is coming to Burnsville!

2nd Annual Christmas Caroling on the Burnsville Town Square

The Town of Burnsville and the Yancey Times Journal are co-sponsoring the 2nd Annual Christmas Caroling on the Burnsville Town Square Friday December 9th from 5:00pm-7:30pm.  Stores and restaurants will be open late so that you can also get in some holiday shopping and dine while [...]

Asheville's Housing Market Continues to Thrive!

Asheville's Housing Market Continues to Thrive

Encouraging forecasts for the Asheville housing market revolve around an impending population boom. Census data put Asheville’s population at 87,236 last year, while Buncombe County, which includes Asheville, was home to just under 248,000 people in 2013, a number projected to rise to 254,601 [...]