Officials said Monday a man accused of fatally shooting his stepfather earlier this year in Cashiers will face unrelated charges in Georgia before standing trial in North Carolina.
Agents with North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement led a statewide raid earlier this month on more than 100 businesses — including two convenience stores in southern Jackson County — believed to be
After years of planning and months of preparations for crews, Lions Gate Media has finished filming at High Hampton Inn and Country Club for the upcoming “Dirty Dancing” TV movie.
Anyone who’s visited the overlook on Highway 64 between Cashiers and Highlands to see the “Shadow of the Bear” during the fall or the area’s mountains the rest of the year knows that traffic can ge
A bomb threat last Thursday had emergency crews and law enforcement agencies in three counties on high alert, as emergency response personnel searched multiple buildings for explosive devices.
Voters in Jackson County will potentially use electronic ballots for the last time this year, as the county looks to make a move back to paper ballots ahead of a 2018 deadline set by the state legi
The “Dirty Dancing” remake slated to film in Cashiers is underway after a number of stumbling blocks in the early stages of development.
Tourism officials are hopeful that two major productions currently being filmed in Jackson County will result in a positive cash infusion.
A family of bears investigate a dumpster on the plateau in late April at the Cullasaja Club. As bears make their way out of the woods this spring, many seek food in trash cans and dumpsters.
The Jackson County Public School system has completed its search for a new principal at Blue Ridge Early College, selecting a nearby county administrator for the position.
Cashiers’ favorite furry denizens are making their way back out of the woodwork after their annual winter dormancy, foraging for food and trash outside homes.
On May 14, the Tour de Cashiers Mountain Cycling Experience will hit the streets with its annual challenge that takes cyclists through the scenic byways of Jackson, Macon and Transylvania counties.
Travelers heading east on Highway 64 toward Cashiers will now be greeted by a newly installed welcome sign as part of a project intended to better put Cashiers on the map.
Local, state and federal organizations are claiming a farming operation near Lake Glenville has been causing major environmental damage over the last year to a waterway bordering the farm.
Cashiers is set to see some additional roadwork this spring, as the North Carolina Department of Transportation tackles resurfacing and drainage issues throughout the area ahead of summer’s crowds.