covid19

Haywood County Issues Restrictions On Movement

Mar 26, 2020
Cory Vaillancourt

Haywood County became the latest in Western North Carolina to impose restrictions on movement due to COVID19, with an order going into effect at 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Residents of Haywood County and all four of its municipalities can still go to grocery and convenience stores, seek medicines or medical care, order take-out, bike, hike and jog, care for loved ones in other households and tend to the needs of pets, among other things.

Distillers Begin Producing Hand Sanitizer

Mar 25, 2020
Elevated Mountain

As the impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic continues to ripple through North Carolina’s economy, businesses and manufacturers are doing whatever they can to stay afloat – and some of them are getting pretty creative.

Find  COVID-19 resources and the latest case count  in North Carolina here and testing information here.

(4/4 10:00 a.m.)  Starting Saturday, the city of Asheville will reduce ART bus service due to lower staffing levels because of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Routes 170 and S6 will be discontinued, while Route WE1 will only run once per hour, leaving the station at 40 minutes past the hour.