WNC Bakeries Provide Jobs and Community

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City Bakery Cafe, currently with two locations in Asheville and one in Waynesville, recently announced plans to open a 3,600-square-foot production facility in Fletcher. For business owners and pastry chefs in the area, it’s great to hear about a potential tripling of the bakery’s capacity and doubling of its staff. For City Bakery’s current staff,… Read more »

Agents Answer: Where is the Best Place to See Original WNC Art?

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Western North Carolina has a long and rich history of various arts and crafts. From traditional Cherokee rivercane baskets, made for thousands of years, to innovative multimedia art from the area’s newest residents, there is an overwhelming amount of art to experience. If you’re not sure where to start your journey of discovery, our Beverly-Hanks… Read more »


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WLOS Home of the Week: 455 Ox Creek Road

Welcome to 455 Ox Creek Road, Weaverville There’s room for everyone in this large arts and crafts Weaverville home on five level acres. This custom-built home features four bedrooms, four baths, and room for everyone on its five level and fenced acres with mature landscaping. Enjoy the vaulted ceiling and floor-to-ceiling fireplace in the gorgeous… Read more »

Western N.C.’s largest rooftop solar array completed in Weaverville

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Progress Energy Carolinas has signed an agreement to purchase the output of a new 250‐kilowatt (kW) solar photovoltaic (PV) array built by SunEnergy1 on the roof of Conrad Industries’ manufacturing facility in Weaverville, N.C. SunEnergy1 will own and operate the array, the largest of its kind in Western North Carolina. Progress Energy will purchase the… Read more »