Anglers can enjoy watching Jackson County on national television this month with a third season of “Anglers & Appetites.”
The newest member of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office still has a lot of training left to do, but in about a year’s time he should be ready to hit the streets to take a bite out of crime.
Summit Charter School’s “lemon-aid” stand is looking to build on the success of one student’s entrepreneurial spirit after last year’s fundraiser brought in more than $100,000 for the school.
Two men in disguises tried to rip a safe out of Carolina Smokehouse Monday morning, but left empty-handed.
A proposed Dollar General store just outside the entrance of Burlingame Country Club in Sapphire is drawing mixed reviews from the surrounding community as the lot is prepared for development.
The revision of the Nantahala-Pisgah National Forest Plan is moving forward slowly but surely, as National Forest Service employees and stakeholders hash out a plan that will suit the wants and nee
Tennis players in Cashiers can now have their day in court, thanks to the combined efforts of numerous local organizations and a few dedicated individuals.
Residents who purchased a Frosty or any other number of items from Wendy’s in the last year may also want to order a credit report.
Blue Ridge Public Safety and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office are searching for a man who took a cash safe on Sunday from Mica’s Restaurant and Pub in Sapphire.
The Cashiers Area Community Planning Council is moving forward with their discussion of changes to signage regulation in Cashiers, seeking input from the community and local realty experts as they
The Jackson County Board of Commissioners has named an interim manager to fill the void left by Chuck Wooten, who retired June 30.
The Village Green complex might soon see a major improvement project, as plans to build a 6,400 square foot community building near the existing stage and commons area move ahead.
A black bear bit the leg of an Appalachian Trail hiker last month while he was sleeping in a tent near the Spence Field Shelter in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Changes to the federal work requirement for recipients of the food and nutrition services (FNS) program, also known as food stamps, in North Carolina will mean additional hurdles to clear before a
While singing the old hymn “I’ll Fly Away,” family and friends of Timothy Norris stood in the backyard of his daughter’s home in Franklin on June 28 and released birthday balloons into the blue of