The Village Green moved one step closer to beginning a major improvement to its property last week, as it received approval for a conditional use permit to begin work on a multipurpose events facil
In their first month in office, new Jackson County Commissioners Mickey Luker and Ron Mau are working to get up to speed on several issues that may have a direct impact on southern Jackson County.
Plateau residents can expect to hear some sniffles throughout town in coming weeks, as flu season reaches its peak in North Carolina.
Progress on one of two bridge projects in southern Jackson County is not going smoothly, as delays stemming from a moratorium near trout streams have pushed completion back at least six months from
After experiencing substantial growth every year since it opened in 2014, the Cashiers ABC Store recently became debt free from the county more than three years ahead of schedule.
Changes are coming to the local board of elections if the passage of Senate Bill 4 by the North Carolina legislature late last month is upheld by a state court.
Just weeks after officials hired an engineer to find out what it would cost to fix the Sylva pool, another study, this time on the Cashiers pool, has been commissioned.
Employees at Cashiers’ Jackson County Permitting and Code Enforcement Office will not have to bundle up when going to work this winter.
The Smoky Mountain Home Builders Association recently recognized students from each high school in Jackson and Haywood County that offer a trades or vocational program.
A meeting to evaluate the future development framework for Jackson County yielded substantial community feedback on Dec.
Jackson County’s newest elected officials are getting settled into their seats on the Board of Commissioners as they hit the ground running on some of the issues their campaigns focused on earlier
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.
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
Jackson County has big plans for development, as its planning department continues a process of updating the county’s comprehensive plan.
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.