BC NEWS LIST
If your child were missing, would you be calm enough to give an accurate description? Do you have a current picture? What about fingerprints?
Lightning is the most dangerous and frequently encountered weather hazard experience by America. It is the second most frequent killer in the United States with nearly 100 deaths and 500 injuries each year.
If your roof is looking more like your front yard, there are some steps you can take without dragging the mower on the roof.
Is the air quality in Asheville bad? That depends on what you mean by the word “bad”.
The Buncombe County Health Center's division of environmental health is responsible for septic and permitting in the County.
Did You Know?
Cooperative Extension has a Master Gardener Hotline!
The Master Gardener Hotline is open for the season. Volunteers are available to answer your gardening questions on the telephone, or you may bring problem samples into the office for diagnosis.
You may call our gardeners at 255-5522 or stop by and visit them at 94 Coxe Avenue, Monday through Thursday 8:30 am-4:30 pm and on Fridays 8:30 am-12:30 pm at Cooperative Extension.
There will be a low-cost rabies shot clinic for dogs and cats on June 4.
Rabies Shot Clinic
This is a low-cost rabies clinic offered to the people in our community. To receive a three-year rabies vaccine, you MUST bring the one-year certificate with you. Please make sure to bring restraints for all your pets.
For more information please call the Asheville Humane Society at 236-3885.
The library offers story time for kids ages 3 - 6.
Story times are geared for 3-6 year-olds and include singing and creative activities. Many libraries can accommodate groups or school field trips if arrangements are made in advance. Call for more information. Groups can also pre-register for a 10:15 am story time on Wednesdays at Pack Memorial Library.
Summer Reading Program signups start June 1st!
Join the Asheville-Buncombe Library System this summer as we explore Dragons, Dreams & Daring Deeds through books, programs & activities.
The 2005 Summer Reading Program is open to kids of all ages & although some programs require a free ticket, there is no admission charge for any activity. Just bring your kids to any Buncombe County library starting June 1st to sign up!
Visit any Buncombe County library, the library website or call 250-4720 for more information.