For years, people living near the contaminated former CTS of Asheville site have asked to be placed on city water. Extremely high levels of trichloroethylene, a known carcinogen, have repeatedly been found in some Mills Gap residents’ wells. On Sept. 25, Asheville City Council unanimously approved extending water lines to all 129 households within a mile of the site.
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HUGE Multi-Family Yard Sale
Company hosting an employee yard sale offering tons of items including toys, tools, yard equip, furniture, computers, office supplies and…
PT Regional Director-Junior Achievement
Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas is hiring a PT-Regional Director for their Asheville location. This position is responsible for the…
Child/Adolescent Mental Health positions in Jackson, Haywood, Macon & Swain Counties
Jackson County: Licensed/Provisional Therapists to provide Outpatient Services and Intensive In-Home Therapist to serve 2 counties. Haywood County: Intensive In-Home…
Advertising and Promotions Analyst
Metroclk, an exciting new marketing solutions provider is seeking qualified candidates for our new Advertising and Promotions Analyst position. Primary…
Licensed Acupuncturists and Others
I am opening the Asheville Veteran’s Acupuncture Community Clinic – AWB Supporting Clinic. The clinic will offer FREE acupuncture to…