Sapphire resident Raina Trent wants to be an actress when she grows up. Or a writer. Or, even if she just volunteers for a community theater in her spare time, that would be okay too.
Hundreds of bicyclists are set to pedal their way in and around Cashiers this Saturday, April 29 as they participate in the silver anniversary celebration of the Tour de Cashiers.
Hemlock trees are a welcome addition to home landscapes in the Cashiers, Franklin and Highlands areas.
Rotary Club of Cashiers Valley members came out in force recently to pick up trash and litter along N.C. Highway 107 South.
The green salamander’s down-listing from “endangered” to “threatened” on North Carolina’s list of vulnerable species doesn’t necessarily mean their numbers are increasing, and researchers are remai
The man Jackson County authorities say shot and killed his stepfather in Cashiers more than a year ago is still awaiting the scheduling of his murder trial date in Jackson.
The Cashiers Historical Society recently welcomed new Executive Director Tonya Hensley, and she said she’s ready to take Cashiers history into the 21st century as the organization launch
If you’ve ever wondered what your dog does while you’re at work all day, or how bears, deer and raccoons roam around without being interrupted by human presence, you’ll be able to explore the secre
The Jackson County Public Schools Board of Education has laid the groundwork to reinstate the pre-kindergarten program at Blue Ridge School, after state funding was cut and the program was halted i
After 37 years, a longtime landmark Cashiers convenience store changed hands last week. It and its sister store across town now have new owners.
When the Cashiers-Glenville community gathers to worship at area churches during Holy Week, April 10-14, and for the Community Easter Sunrise Service on April 16, it will have the chance to help an
Panthertown Valley looks on track to get a parking area and road revamp at its entrance nearest to Cashiers. It now appears that the preliminary work could be completed as soon as sometime in May.
A revision of Cashiers’ zoning ordinance could result in tighter regulations around development and approved use while eliminating a requirement for certain public hearings.
Easter will be a little brighter for at least 60 families in the Cashiers area this year, thanks to the work of the volunteers who organize the Fishes and Loaves holiday dinner program each Christm
They’re as cute as they are powerful, and the staff at Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library are hoping these toys, which are more sophisticated than they appear, will get youngsters excited ab