The movie “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” which will begin filming in downtown Sylva later this month, is looking for paid extras of all ages and ethnicities to work in the film, according to the Jackson County Tourism Development Authority.
The Crossroads Chronicle is pleased to present two exciting upgrades to its service: our brand new website and e-Edition, a digital version of our newspaper.
A special primary to determine the major party candidates for North Carolina’s delegates in the U.S. House of Representatives has been set for June 7.
Jackson County is enlisting the help of Appalachian Landslide Consultants, an Asheville-based company, to map existing landslide locations as well as identify new high-risk areas in order to assist developers and property owners throughout the county.
The search is on for Jackson County’s new manager, as current manager Chuck Wooten’s tenure with the county draws to a close on June 30.
Blue Ridge Early College students will see a new face at the helm next school year, as principal Adam Holt prepares to step away from the position to tackle a role at Jackson County Public Schools’ central office.
The Summit Charter School community gathered last Friday for their annual talent show, featuring children of all ages performing for friends and family.
The Cashiers Thrift Shop’s move across the parking lot into their new building is underway, after months of planning and logistical hurdles.
A teenager that left a group for high-risk youths camping in the Cashiers area last week was found safe across the state line hours after he was reported missing.
An attempted break-in at Cashiers Valley Pharmacy last Saturday is the latest in a string of crimes to surface recently in Cashiers, prompting increased security measures at many local businesses.