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.
The 13th annual Cashiers Historical Society Founders Day celebration took area third and fourth grade students back in time last Thursday, offering them a snapshot of what life was like for Cashier
The Cashiers area has seen a rash of break-ins and thefts go unsolved this year, leaving little in the way of answers or closure for business owners and victims.
Jackson County educators are reviewing the grades their schools received on the most recent round of North Carolina’s School Report Cards.
The Cashiers Area Community Planning Council will hold a public hearing at 5 p.m. Monday to hear comments on the plans for a new Glenville-Cashiers Rescue Squad station near the crossroads.
Blue Ridge Early College’s varsity fall sports teams are off to a strong start this season, as the volleyball and soccer teams both set their sights on the playoffs this year.
Mission Health officials are on the hunt for a new head of Highlands-Cashiers Hospital, following former President and Chief Nursing Officer Jackie Ring’s resignation, which was effective last mont
The United States Supreme Court recently voted to uphold the decision by the Fourth U.S.
A partnership between the Cashiers Senior Center and The Bascom Center for the Visual Arts will soon have residents expressing themselves with a diverse palette of creative media, from painting to
A group of high profile musicians brought their talents to Cashiers last Saturday for the 11th annual Nashville Songwriters’ Round.
The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina recently approved three focus area grants totaling $135,000 to support regional projects in food and farming and natural and cultural resources.
Emergency management and law enforcement personnel across Jackson County are engaged in a search for a woman who has been missing since last month.
Pedestrian needs are growing in Cashiers, and increased foot traffic has raised concerns in recent years over safety and ease of access in the commercial district near the crossroads.