Asheville Citizen-Times (NC)


Major daily newspaper of Asheville, NC. Owned by Gannett.
Organization website

Primary geographic focus: North Carolina
Organization type(s): Media
Acronym or short name: AC-T


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Feature

Evictions remain stubbornly high in Buncombe County despite booming economy

John Boyle
Asheville Citizen-Times (NC)
March 1, 2019
"The whole point of this is to be here for the people who don’t know about Pisgah Legal Services, and they don’t know they have rights (as tenants) under North Carolina law,” said David Bartholomew, an attorney with PLS.

News Story

‘I am surviving cancer’ with help from Affordable Care Act, Etowah woman says

Mark Barrett
Asheville Citizen-Times (NC)
November 2, 2018
Pfeiffer spoke at a press conference held by Pisgah Legal Services to bring attention to that and to outline help available to navigate the enrollment process.

News Story

Pisgah Legal launches program to protect those deep in debt

Paul Eggers
Asheville Citizen-Times (NC)
February 12, 2018
A new Madison County Debtor Rights Project intends to help 100 local clients in the months ahead.

Op-Ed

State cuts mean less help for our low-income neighbors

Lee Anne Mangone
Asheville Citizen-Times (NC)
August 22, 2017
As a former prosecutor of child abuse cases, I’m familiar with the courtroom, and know that our legal system is not meant to be navigated by lay people, especially those in the midst of crisis.

News Story

Asheville ACA advocates stress ‘coverage matters’

Julie Ball
Asheville Citizen-Times (NC)
January 17, 2017
Advocates and those who have benefited from the Affordable Care Act took part in a news conference Tuesday to urge members of Congress not to repeal the health care law.

Column

Guest columnist: Five good reasons to sign up for health insurance by Jan. 31

Shannon Cornelius
Asheville Citizen-Times (NC)
January 22, 2016
More than one half of a million North Carolinians have signed up for coverage since Nov. 1, and here are five reasons you should too.

Feature

Pisgah Legal’s Merrell fights for affordable housing

Dave Neal
Asheville Citizen-Times (NC)
December 24, 2015
Robin Merrell, a self-proclaimed poor girl from Brushy Creek in Madison County, was the first in her family to graduate from college. She went on to law school, but her homegrown values would shape her choice of career.



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