Cashiers Historical Society’s Heritage Apple Day drew about 200 people to the Cashiers Valley Community Center Saturday. It is about the eighth year the CHS has presented the event.
The Crossroads Chronicle received 13 state press association awards this month, including four first place wins.
Jackson County is equipped to receive emergency 911 calls from Cashiers-area mobile devices, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you should rely on it when you need help fast, the county’s top emerge
As the Cashiers-Glenville Volunteer Fire Department nears its 50th anniversary this summer, its chief is reflecting on 2016 -- a banner year for the department.
Lightning hit the landmark Marlboro cabin high atop Snowbird Mountain in southern Jackson County, sparking a fire that burned the former commercial backdrop to the ground.
Expect longer than usual drive times on N.C. 107 north of Glenville beginning this week and continuing for the next three years.
Join the Highlands Cashiers Players group for its dinner-and-a-play event this week or next, March 2-4 or March 9-11, Thursdays through Saturdays. There will be no Sunday matinees this time.
The Shadow of the Bear is back! It appears each fall and in mid-February through early March at the Whiteside Mountain overlook. This photo was taken last Friday, about 5:30 p.m.
A competitor crashes (above) during the 11th annual Great Sapphire Valley Outhouse Race Saturday at Sapphire Valley Ski Resort.
A body found dead from a gunshot wound in Jackson County 33 years ago has been identified as that of James Allen Reymer, a teenager who went missing in 1983 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Jackson County Schools had the eighth-highest rate of reportable crimes in North Carolina for grades 9-13, according to 2015-16 data from the state Department of Public Instruction.
They were all lies.
The fatal disease. The cartel’s revenge. The messages from spies.
Local health officials will participate in the Western North Carolina Substance Use Alliance, organized by the regional agency Vaya Health.
New legislative measures have Jackson County’s public schools’ administrators on edge, as the ramifications of a bill modifying the required average class size for elementary students begin to unfo