Additional help responding to a devastating season of drought and Western North Carolina wildfires could be on the way as lawmakers return to Raleigh this week for a special session originally call
The winter weather outlook for the Cashiers area shows some signs of relief from the drought plaguing the region, but overall dry conditions may persist for some time.
Under sunny skies and crisp temperatures Saturday, the 42nd annual Cashiers Christmas Parade marched up Highway 107 to the delight of hundreds of spectators, both along the road and also viewing a
The Cashiers Area Community Planning Council is considering big plans for the year ahead, as they discuss major changes to the way zoning and planning are handled in Cashiers.
With less than a month to go before Santa Claus visits households throughout Jackson County, a number of his local helpers are coming together to make sure the holidays are a special time for every
2016 has been a difficult year for emergency services in Jackson County — numerous harrowing rescues, missing residents and the recent wildfires torching the mountainsides near Sylva and Cashiers h
Floats, horses, dogs and more are scheduled to roll through town Saturday for the 42nd annual Cashiers Christmas Parade.
Cashiers residents and visitors will have to wait a little longer for reliable cellphone service.
Jackson County has big plans for development, as its planning department continues a process of updating the county’s comprehensive plan.
Results of the delayed vote count in some North Carolina elections won’t be determined until well after Thanksgiving leftovers are gone, due to official protests and several races that are close en
Sapphire Valley Resort is once again expanding their winter sports offerings this year, as the multi-year expansion to their ski area moves forward and new snowmaking equipment dots their slope.
The holidays are a time for giving and community, and many organizations in Cashiers have found their own way of giving back to the community they call home this year.
In recognition of the commitment and contribution of outstanding individuals to the community, the Cashiers Area Chamber of Commerce announced the 2016 Spirit of Our Community Award winners at its
The drought in Western North Carolina shows no sign of slowing, and wildfires throughout the region have grown at an alarming rate as low humidity and high winds make for a dangerous combination.
The trial of a Cullowhee man accused of killing his mother in August 2014 has been postponed indefinitely after a judge last week found he is currently incompetent to stand trial.