The holidays are a time for giving and community, and many organizations in Cashiers have found their own way of giving back to the community they call home this year.
In recognition of the commitment and contribution of outstanding individuals to the community, the Cashiers Area Chamber of Commerce announced the 2016 Spirit of Our Community Award winners at its
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.
The trial of a Cullowhee man accused of killing his mother in August 2014 has been postponed indefinitely after a judge last week found he is currently incompetent to stand trial.
Come Dec. 5, Jackson County’s leadership will look substantially different following a Republican sweep in the county commissioner races on Nov. 8.
Election night proved to be a tumultuous ride for many in North Carolina, as the state’s gubernatorial race remains largely contested and Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump defied many
At a time when just about everyone stays connected to the web in some way or another at all times, a New York summer camp designed to pull young adults back to reality has seen registration skyrock
Crews from local emergency management organizations and the state and federal Forest Service are battling wildfires around the clock throughout Jackson County, as worsening drought conditions trans
Cashiers residents and commuters are continuing to struggle with poor cell service in businesses and residential areas near the crossroads, as the Crown Castle wireless communications tower constru
More than 16 million Americans served in the United States Armed Forces during World War II, the largest military force the country has ever employed.
Voters on the plateau and across the Tar Heel State showed a dissatisfaction Tuesday with the status quo and a desire for change.
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.