This year’s presidential election is still a few weeks away, but Jackson County residents will be able to start casting their votes for the nation’s chief executive as well as a slew of local and r
The Cashiers Area Community Planning Council will hold a public hearing on proposed changes to the signage section of the Cashiers Unified Development Ordinance at their monthly meeting on Monday.
The two frontrunners for the North Carolina House of Representatives District 119 seat faced off on Oct.
The former director/owner of Blue Ridge Public Safety in Sapphire and his son found themselves behind bars last week after deputies say they tried to kill each other at their family business in Cul
Leaf season is underway in Cashiers, and as visitors and locals alike take to area roadways in search of fall’s vibrant display of colors, the forecast for this year’s leaves remain somewhat up in
Jackson County saw a major influx of visitors last weekend, as leaf season visitors were joined by a swarm of evacuees fleeing the devastation of Hurricane Matthew.
As concerns caused by a temporary gas shortage on the East Coast ease, Steve Morse, economist and director of Western Carolina University’s Hospitality and Tourism Program, is predicting a possible
A pair of rescue operations in recent weeks has brought a crowd of new faces to the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society, and shelter staff are encouraging plateau residents to visit with new and old
The candidates for Jackson County’s Board of Commissioners openings met last Thursday as incumbent Democrats Mark Jones and Vicki Greene sat down with Republicans Mickey Luker and Ron Mau to tackle
Changes are in store for the Cashiers Area Community Planning Council, as the board will soon need to appoint a new member and select a new chairperson from their ranks.
Against the backdrop of the plateau’s emerging fall color, Cashiers and Glenville will usher in autumn this week.
If you haven’t seen a mountain lion in the woods around Cashiers, or heard its cry one evening on your front porch, you may have heard stories from someone who has.
Candidates for District 11’s U.S. Congressional seat squared off last Friday in the first of a series of political debates hosted by Western Carolina University’s Public Policy Institute and Department of Political Science and Public Affairs.
Water and sewer allocation problems have plagued Cashiers for years, but new developments with the Tuckaseigee Water and Sewer Authority may soon help alleviate some of those concerns.
For Tom Fatigati, the idea of an outdoor revival in Cashiers has been a dream for many years.