A group of high profile musicians will once again convene in Cashiers on Sept. 10 for the 11th annual Nashville Songwriters’ Round.
For the second year in a row, Summit Charter School students’ hard work of spending their summer selling lemonade has paid off.
The Fly Fishing Museum of the Southern Appalachians will be moving from Cherokee to Main Street in Bryson City.
The gray cell tower that has been a fixture at the crossroads for years was taken down last week to make way for a smaller wireless communications structure.
When a fire alarm activation call comes into the Cashiers-Glenville Volunteer Fire Department, a flurry of activity erupts as full-time and volunteer firefighters rush for their gear and hop in a t
Holding up a piece of plywood with his left hand, Kyle Pursel carefully uses his right to place the mannequin’s boot-covered foot on the rattlesnake hiding underneath.
For seven years, a group of dedicated Glenville residents have been striving to preserve the rich history found in the communities that surround Lake Glenville, coming together to form the Glenvill
A $50-million mortgage fraud scheme that sent seven Big Ridge developers to federal prison will be featured next week on “American Greed,” a television program that specializes in reporting on busi
The United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals’ recent decision to overturn the 2013 Voter Information Verification Act may have major ramifications for how Jackson County conducts its Nov.
Motorists coming to or from Cashiers can encounter precarious roadways in southern Jackson County, making driving the curvy mountain roads ill-suited to the faint of heart.
Teachers are busily assembling their classrooms, parents are double-checking supply lists and students are counting down the remaining days of summer vacation as the first day of school approaches.
The first day of classes in Jackson County Public Schools is fast approaching, and already teachers and staff at Blue Ridge School and Blue Ridge Early College are making preparations for students’
Students at Summit Charter School will welcome the new school year alongside a crew of fresh faces, as enrollment has reached an all-time high for the school’s 19-year history.
Wildfires are burning through the U.S. Forest Service budget, and the effects are showing up locally with project delays and fewer staff to manage local resources.
Jackson County is still feeling the effects of a drought, as rainfall totals continue to plunge below average levels for the year.