Taking the leap: Food truck celebrates lineage, the independent spirit
It was just about four years ago when Jeremiah Chatham decided to put down the hammer and pick up a spatula.
Maggie board approves food trucks
After months of contentious back and forth over the subject of food trucks, an ordinance allowing the mobile vendors in Maggie Valley not only passed — it passed unanimously.
Holy Cow! Pathways’ food truck is back – with a major twist
Haywood Pathways Center’s Holy Cow Food Truck returned to action earlier this week, but customers may notice something slightly different about the boxy trailer nicknamed “Elise” – they’re no longer charging a set price for meals.
Controversy over food trucks continues in Maggie
The issue of Food Trucks has come up once again for the Maggie Valley Board of Aldermen. This latest discussion may lead to a final decision about food trucks in the valley.
Maggie Valley board walks back food truck decision
The Maggie Valley Board of Aldermen walked back a decision it made Jan. 11 denying Harvest Moon Crepes food truck a special event permit necessary to operate in the parking lot of Tony’s Tube World.
Maggie Valley to give food trucks a try
Maggie Valley has decided on the details for its Food Truck Pilot Program, slated for approval Oct. 4.
Holy Cow! Haywood Pathways to launch food truck
By Boyd Allsbrook • Contributing writer | Since its opening in 2014, the Haywood Pathways Center has become a life-changing place for people in Haywood County. Originally founded as a shelter for people experiencing homelessness or getting out of jail, it is now a holistic care and rehabilitation program. Residents are given warm beds, good food, and most importantly, resources for returning to the workforce.
Cherokee, Sylva pass food truck ordinances
The landscape got a bit brighter for food truck owners following a pair of decisions in Cherokee and Sylva this month.
Sylva to revisit food truck rules
With two years elapsed since Sylva passed its first-ever food truck ordinance in July 2017, the town board is circling back to discuss what’s working, what’s not and what could be better.
Sylva passes food truck rules
Sylva’s proposed food truck ordinance passed unanimously at the town meeting July 13, one year after the town board began researching the topic in the wake of Waynesville’s food truck woes.