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A Black Mountain man and Old Fort woman charged last October with multiple drug and trafficking offenses were sentenced in McDowell County Superior Court. [Read More]
1944 Aug. 12 - Aug. 18 - The following group of YMCA officials and 'Y' boys will leave for the Southern YMCA Secretary... [Read More]
His next local show is Saturday, Jan. 26, at Straightaway Cafe in Black Mountain, and it's not unusual to catch him playing an open mic... [Read More]
A week after Florence made landfall on the coast of North Carolina, evacuees at Christmount in Black Mountain face uncertainty as they return home... [Read More]
Mountain Faith Band pays a visit to Black Mountain Primary to promote literacy through song-writing... [Read More]
With rain from Tropical Depression Florence soaking eastern Buncombe County on Sunday, Black Mountain prepares for more. [Read More]
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Mobile home park residents moved to temporary shelter as waters are expected to keep rising. [Read More]
Water gushes under a driveway in Black Mountain as Hurricane Florence, now downgraded to a tropical depression, brought rain to the area causing flooding on... [Read More]
Around 350 runners showed up to run the 11th annual Rock the Quarry Trail Challenge 5K and Kids Fun Run at Grove Stone & Sand... [Read More]
Music listings in restaurants and listening rooms in Black Mountain and Swannanoa Valley Sept. 12-18... [Read More]
Residents and town officials will have to wait for answers after FEMA denies funding for flood damage... [Read More]
Black Mountain resident Tommy Finton to appear on episode of Comedy Central's Tosh.0 on Sept. 18... [Read More]
Asheville and Western North Carolina News | Local Matters - Arts, Food, Music and Movies... [Read More]
A few weeks from now, members of the Chair City Cyclists will travel to Black Mountain to begin a 450-mile journey across North Carolina as... [Read More]
Black Mountain camp spends first summer in new McDowell County location... [Read More]
Music listings in restaurants and listening rooms in Black Mountain and Swannanoa Valley Sept. 5-11... [Read More]
Matthew Settlemeyer was named the new town manager of Mocksville on Tuesday by the Mocksville Board of Commissioners. [Read More]
Black Mountain Center for the Arts to feature work of local photographer... [Read More]
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