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Latest Buncombe County Trials News
3 men want to overturn conviction in NC death
North Carolina
Attorneys for three Buncombe County men have filed court papers to have their convictions in the 2000 death of a man overturned.
April 21 2014
3 want convictions overturned in 2000 NC death
North Carolina
Attorneys for three Buncombe County men have filed court papers to have their convictions in the 2000 death of a man overturned.
April 21 2014
Buncombe, Park Ridge to handle DWI testing
North Carolina
HENDERSONVILLE — The Buncombe County District Attorney’s Office and Park Ridge Health have agreed on a contract expected to alleviate a backlog of drunken driving cases in Buncombe County.
March 26 2014
Survey evaluates local judges; Clontz faces primary challenge
North Carolina
A new survey by the N.C. Bar Association rates the performance of local judges, shedding light on elected officials that are often hard for voters to evaluate. Judge Ed Clontz received the lowest scores of any Buncombe County District Court justice. And he’s the only incumbent facing a fight to keep his seat on the bench. The survey asked local attorneys to evaluate the District Court judges on ...
March 24 2014
Commission rejects Buncombe innocence claims
Asheville, North Carolina
The N.C. Innocence Inquiry Commission rejected claims by three Buncombe County men that they had nothing to do with a murder that two co-defendants were cleared of two years ago.
December 20 2013
Asheville sessions discuss ObamaCare insurance market
North Carolina
ASHEVILLE — For this week’s program of the Council on Aging of Buncombe County, only those age 64 and younger need attend. The 10 upcoming information sessions on the health insurance marketplace set up by the Affordable Care Act are targeted to adults ages 19-64.
November 04 2013
Confusion about federal health-care law persists in WNC
North Carolina
They came with notepads, folders and pamphlets, and many of the more than 100 people who attended the Council on Aging of Buncombe County's first information session about the Affordable Care Act came with questions on Oct. 17. “There's all sorts of wild, wild rumors out there,” said John Wingerter, director of Health Insurance Information Services for the local agency. “People are afraid they ...
November 04 2013
NC official: I will accept same-sex marriage licenses and push for approval
North Carolina
A Buncombe County official says he plans to be the "first government official in the South" to seek approval to grant same-sex marriage licenses since the U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down the Defense of Marriage Act.
October 25 2013
Some in WNC hit with higher insurance rates
Glenville, north carolina
John Wingerter, director of Health Insurance Information Services for the Council on Aging of Buncombe County, will present an informational program on the Affordable Care Act at 2 p.m. Thursday at UNC Asheville’s Reuter Center. The event is free and open to the public.
October 16 2013
Asheville area family friendly activities
Asheville, north carolina
Registration for Play and Learn is now open at all locations. Parents/caregivers and children ages 3-5 in Buncombe County who are not in regulated child care may attend a free 8-week series 45-minute classes, focusing on pre-literacy and school readiness skills.
September 10 2013
McHenry grilled at local town hall
North Carolina
Photo by Jake Frankel More than 200 people showed up Aug. 7 for Rep. Patrick McHenry’s first-ever Buncombe County town hall. Attendees asked pointed questions about his positions on health care and a variety of other issues. Residents packed the auditorium of Artspace Charter School in Swannanoa, with some cheering and booing each other’s remarks and the congressman’s responses. The Republican ...
August 21 2013
Candler adult-care home Canterbury Hills to close at the end of July
North Carolina
Canterbury Hills — a 99-bed adult-care home with a history of complaints, EMS calls and state violations — will close at the end of the month. The announcement came quietly through letters the Candler facility's director, Wittner Wright, sent on July 1 to the Buncombe County Health Department and N.C. Division of Health Care Regulation. Written 30-day notices of adult-care home closures of this ...
August 02 2013
Girl was first to die of Rocky Mountain spotted fever in NC since 2009
North Carolina
BLACK MOUNTAIN, N.C. — Federal health officials have confirmed a 6-year-old Buncombe County girl died as a result of Rocky...
August 02 2013
07.24.13: N.C. News Bits
North Carolina
Mission Foundation has been awarded a $400,000 grant from The Duke Endowment to support the Western Carolina Medical Society's Project Access charity care program. Project Access offers free health care services to residents of Buncombe County.
August 02 2013
DHHS approves management agreement between Western Highlands and Smoky Mountain
North Carolina
Four days after the board of Western Highlands Network unanimously adopted a management agreement with Smoky Mountain Center, the state approved the transition, too. Last summer, Western Highlands, the Asheville-based managed care organization provides mental health, substance abuse and developmental disability services in Buncombe, Henderson, Madison, Mitchell, Polk, Rutherford, Transylvania ...
June 01 2013
State tells Western Highlands Network its contract will end in July
North Carolina
On Friday, April 5, the North Carolina Division of Medical Assistance notified the Asheville-based Western Highlands Network that it’s terminating its contract, effective July 31. WHN coordinates mental-health, substance-abuse and developmental-disability services in in Madison, Mitchell, Yancey, Buncombe, Henderson, Transylvania, Polk and Rutherford counties. The announcement notes, “DMA will ...
April 24 2013
Domestic homicides spike in WNC
North Carolina
A look at the suspected domestic homicides in Buncombe County in 2012: • April Hope Moore shot and killed estranged husband Jeffrey Phillip Moore after he broke into her apartment and assaulted her daughter on April 30. Moore acted in self-defense, authorities concluded, and she was not charged.
April 24 2013
New Brevard coach eager to rebuild
North Carolina
North Buncombe's Haley Higgins scored her 1,000th career point earlier this week. / John Coutlakis/jcoutlakis@citizen-times.com BREVARD — Jason Lippard likes a challenge.
January 30 2013
Buncombe County Residents to Save on Prescriptions Using Coast2Coast Rx Card
North Carolina
Discount card serves as a source of revenue for county programs while improving access to prescriptions and health care services.Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (PRWEB) January 14, 2013 The providers of the Coast2Coast Rx card today announced that residents of North Carolina’s Buncombe County have saved more than $4 million on prescription drug costs since March 2010 by using its free prescription ...
January 15 2013
CarePartners plans facility for aging adults
North Carolina
The new PACE facility on Overlook Road will serve 150 people from Buncombe and Henderson counties. / Special to the Citizen-Times ASHEVILLE — CarePartners Health Services is building a new facility designed to allow aging adults in need of skilled care to stay in their homes rather than going into a nursing home.
December 08 2012
Foster/Adopt Fall Festival coming Saturday
North Carolina
What: WNC Foster/Adopt Fall Festival, sponsored by Buncombe County DSS and WNC foster care and adoption agencies. When: 1-4 p.m. Saturday. Where: Asheville-Biltmore DoubleTree Hotel, 115 Hendersonville Road.
December 08 2012
Buncombe schools contamination testing comes up clean
North Carolina
ASHEVILLE — After months of fierce debate, thousands of dollars and countless staff hours from Buncombe County Schools workers, a recent environmental study performed around the system’s administrative offices shows a definitive absence of any health hazards in the area.
November 09 2012
Flu vaccine clinics planned in Buncombe
North Carolina
Vickie Wilson watches as her son, Jacob, get a flu shot during a flu vaccine clinic last year at Owen Middle School. The health department will again offer a series of flu vaccine clinics starting Oct. 1. / John Fletcher/jfletcher@citizen-times.com
September 28 2012
Asheville nurses, moms team up for children
North Carolina
Jennings Garry looks on as Flor Martinez and her child, Alizee Yanni Martinez, arrive at The Health Adventure for the Buncombe County Nurse-Family Partnership program graduation.
July 23 2012
This Hour: Latest North Carolina news, sports, business and entertainment
Jackson, North Carolina
A North Carolina appeals court says the anonymous tip identifying a man as a Buncombe County drug dealer was inadequate to justify the arrest that led to his conviction.
July 06 2012
Special judge picked to oversee Asheville church molestation lawsuit
North Carolina
ASHEVILLE — The chief justice of the N.C. Supreme Court has appointed a special judge to oversee a Buncombe County lawsuit alleging the Catholic church’s practice of protecting sexual predators allowed a local parish music minister to repeatedly molest a girl.
June 28 2012
Family wants answers in Weaverville woman's slaying - Asheville Citizen-Times
Edward, North Carolina
Just days after the crime, Buncombe County deputies charged her husband of nearly 45 years, Ray Edward White, with the slaying. But the alleged assailant has never been brought to trial ... charge to second-degree murder, and White was released ...
June 15 2012
Brubaker instrumental in WakeMed, UNC Health Care System agreement
Raleigh, north carolina
RALEIGH — With the support of N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis and Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger, N.C. Rep. Harold Brubaker, R-Randolph, and N.C. Sen. Tom Apodaca, R-Buncombe, worked with WakeMed Health & Hospitals and UNC Health Care to develop partnerships in important areas of medical education and health care delivery.
June 04 2012
Nowhere to go
Stanley, north carolina
Commissioner Bill Stanley listens as county officials give a presentation about the fiscal and human ramifications of adult-care homes in Buncombe County. (photo by Caitlin Byrd) A familiar yet distressing tale unwound at the April 17 Buncombe County commissioners meeting — one involving too many mentally ill people living in adult-care homes that cannot meet the needs of their residents. “It’s ...
May 17 2012
NEWS SCAN: Tempeh outbreak link confirmed, dog food recall expands, healthcare-associated infection
Gaston, north carolina
Tests confirm Salmonella outbreak strain in tempeh Tests conducted at North Carolina's public health laboratory have confirmed that a Salmonella strain that prompted a recent tempeh recall matches a strain of Salmonella Paratyphi B that has so far sickened 46 people, according a May 4 statement from the Buncombe County Department of Health (BCDH). The BCDH said even though the food source has ...
May 13 2012
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