BC NEWS LIST
Human cases of swine influenza virus infection have been identified in the United States as well as in other countries.
Mountain Mobility has expanded public transportation bus services to the North Buncombe area.
Did you know that the Transfer Station has new hours and accepts only residential household waste?
Illegally dumped waste looks pretty terrible. But did you know that it makes people feel bad, too?
Calling before you dig keeps you and your neighbors safe!
As spring approaches, advertisements espousing miraculous plants to solve all your landscaping problems sprout as prolifically as crabgrass. If it sounds too good to be true... well, you know the rest.
The NC Collection at Pack Memorial Library has assembled a digital exhibit featuring the photographs of George Masa & the Asheville postcards that resulted from some of Masa’s most popular images.
Can you give a dog a home? Maybe a cat? How about a kitten? These animals need your help.
Congratulations to Cassie Durham for her Paradise Delight recipe!
Did You Know?
Healthy Tip - Right-size to Reduce Risk
May is National Stroke Awareness Month. Many factors - from your genes to the foods you eat - affect your risk for stroke. Some of these you can control. One great way to control your risk is to right-size your portions.
Saving $$ Around the House
It is more important now than ever before to save money around the house. Here are some tips to get you started with your savings:
For more information, call Buncombe County Cooperative Extension at 255-5522.
Hear a Story on the Library's Storyline!
Children wishing to hear a story read to them can call 251-KIDS (251-5437). It is accessible 24 hours a day, everyday. The story selection changes every week. Each story is about five minutes long and some include a few songs.
Learn More About Illegal Open Burning!
The Western North Carolina Regional Air Quality Agency has an ongoing
There is also a hotline where you can receive burning day information; dial 250-6777, and press #1.