A family of bears investigate a dumpster on the plateau in late April at the Cullasaja Club. As bears make their way out of the woods this spring, many seek food in trash cans and dumpsters.
The Jackson County Public School system has completed its search for a new principal at Blue Ridge Early College, selecting a nearby county administrator for the position.
Cashiers’ favorite furry denizens are making their way back out of the woodwork after their annual winter dormancy, foraging for food and trash outside homes.
On May 14, the Tour de Cashiers Mountain Cycling Experience will hit the streets with its annual challenge that takes cyclists through the scenic byways of Jackson, Macon and Transylvania counties.
Travelers heading east on Highway 64 toward Cashiers will now be greeted by a newly installed welcome sign as part of a project intended to better put Cashiers on the map.
Local, state and federal organizations are claiming a farming operation near Lake Glenville has been causing major environmental damage over the last year to a waterway bordering the farm.
Cashiers is set to see some additional roadwork this spring, as the North Carolina Department of Transportation tackles resurfacing and drainage issues throughout the area ahead of summer’s crowds.
The Village Green will soon have an established administrative presence in the heart of Cashiers after nearly 25 years of service to the community.
Blue Ridge School and Blue Ridge Early College students will take a trip back in time during the yearly Curriculum Fair and open house events this year as they celebrate Blue Ridge’s 40th anniversa
Residents at Monday’s Cashiers Area Community Planning Council meeting may experience déjà vu, as the council again holds a public hearing and vote on the proposed James Park subdivision on Crystal
As Highlands-Cashiers Hospital continues to adapt to life under the Mission Health umbrella two years after its merger with the Asheville-based hospital system, patients now have access to new phys
Recent legislation at the state level has polarized North Carolina residents, as supporters of the controversial House Bill 2 celebrate its passing as a necessary safety measure and its opponents d
Jackson County is set to take out a substantial loan to plug some holes in Jackson County Public Schools’ maintenance budget, providing extensive repairs to failing roofs on several buildings.
The Glenville Community Center has come a long way from its days as a cabbage sorting facility, housing the fire department for a number of years before adapting to become a thrift store and commun
Pre-trial work is underway as a Georgia man faces a murder charge in connection with the Feb. 3 shooting death of Timothy Vincent Norris in Cashiers.