What is the local newspaper in Asheville NC?

What is the local newspaper in Asheville NC?

The Citizen-Times
The Citizen-Times, Asheville.

Does Asheville have a news station?

Asheville News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News. WLOS.

How white is Asheville?

Asheville Demographics White: 84.03% Black or African American: 11.23% Two or more races: 1.89%

How do I contact Asheville Citizen-Times?

Customer Service Hotline: 800-672-2472.

Who owns the Asheville Citizen-Times?

the Gannett Company
In 1991 the Citizen and the Times merged into one newspaper, the Asheville Citizen-Times, and four years later Multimedia, Inc., was purchased by the giant communications corporation, the Gannett Company.

Does Asheville NC have a TV station?

WLOS, virtual and VHF digital channel 13, is a dual ABC/MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station licensed to Asheville, North Carolina, United States, serving Western North Carolina and Upstate South Carolina.

What channel is Fox in Asheville NC?


Greenville/Spartanburg/ Anderson, South Carolina/ Asheville, North Carolina United States
Channels Digital: 17 (UHF) Virtual: 21
Branding Fox Carolina (general) Fox Carolina News (newscasts)
Affiliations 21.1: Fox (1988–present) 21.2: Cozi TV 21.3: Court TV Mystery 21.4: Bounce TV 21.5: Grit

Is there a Costco in Asheville NC?

Why is there no Costco in Asheville? The closest Costcos are in Greenville and Spartanburg, SC (about an hour away).

Who owns the Asheville Citizen Times?

How do I cancel my Citizen Times Asheville?

If you decide to cancel your subscription, contact customer service at 1-800-672-2472.

Where is the Asheville Citizen Times printed?

Now the Citizen-Times is printed in Greenville, South Carolina, alongside The Greenville News and shipped to a distribution center.


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