The drought affecting the Cashiers area has worsened in recent months, as rainfall totals plummet well below annual averages.
Film crews have become commonplace in Jackson County over the past year, as numerous feature films and television shows use the area’s mountains as a backdrop for a broad array of projects and enli
Ed Morse, who adopted Cashiers as his second home and spent years working to enhance the quality of life for its residents, lost his fight against a sudden illness last Thursday night.
With less than a week to go before the general election, campaigns for public offices big and small are seeing a flurry of activity as final preparations are made to get out the vote.
A missing woman’s remains were discovered Monday about two hours away from where she was last seen and after nearly two months of search efforts, according to the Monroe County (Tennessee) Sheriff’
Less than a month after former Chairman Rick Robson’s departure from the board, the Cashiers Area Community Planning Council is back at capacity with new leadership in place.
Three local authors have seen their books gaining traction in recent months, as their tales draw inspiration from, and occasionally focus on, the mountains they call home find eager readers across
This year’s presidential election is still a few weeks away, but Jackson County residents will be able to start casting their votes for the nation’s chief executive as well as a slew of local and r
The Cashiers Area Community Planning Council will hold a public hearing on proposed changes to the signage section of the Cashiers Unified Development Ordinance at their monthly meeting on Monday.
The two frontrunners for the North Carolina House of Representatives District 119 seat faced off on Oct.
The former director/owner of Blue Ridge Public Safety in Sapphire and his son found themselves behind bars last week after deputies say they tried to kill each other at their family business in Cul
Leaf season is underway in Cashiers, and as visitors and locals alike take to area roadways in search of fall’s vibrant display of colors, the forecast for this year’s leaves remain somewhat up in
Jackson County saw a major influx of visitors last weekend, as leaf season visitors were joined by a swarm of evacuees fleeing the devastation of Hurricane Matthew.
As concerns caused by a temporary gas shortage on the East Coast ease, Steve Morse, economist and director of Western Carolina University’s Hospitality and Tourism Program, is predicting a possible
A pair of rescue operations in recent weeks has brought a crowd of new faces to the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society, and shelter staff are encouraging plateau residents to visit with new and old