Residents and visitors pack The Village Green Commons on the Fourth of July. To accommodate more people and events, the park is planning an expansion that will add a 6,400 square foot community building near the existing stage and commons area.  (Photo by Mike Henry/Staff)

News Stories

Glenville based Flip ’N Whip is featured in this season’s Cashiers area “Anglers & Appetites” television show, airing this week. Above, Lindsey Reynolds shows Anglers and Appetites’ Phil Proctor how they make glazed donuts in their food truck. (Photo by Nick Breedlove/Jackson County Tourism)

Anglers can enjoy watching Jackson County on national television this month with a third season of “Anglers & Appetites.”

The newest member of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office still has a lot of training left to do, but in about a year’s time he should be ready to hit the streets to take a bite out of crime.

Summit Charter School’s “lemon-aid” stand is looking to build on the success of one student’s entrepreneurial spirit after last year’s fundraiser brought in more than $100,000 for the school.


The summer Highlands Hurricanes Swim Team finished its regular season at home on July 14 with a loss to the perennial Mountain Swim League summer champions FAST (Franklin Amateur Swim Team) at the

When Western Carolina University alumnus Greg Boothroyd of Haywood County issued a call for donations of soccer equipment for an upcoming church mission trip to Jamaica, the women’s soccer program

The second annual Cashiers Valley Croquet Tournament, which benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters, was held on June 21 simultaneously at Cedar Creek Racquet Club and Country Club of Sapphire Valley. 

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