A pair of plateau residents are breathing new life into a historic restaurant that laid dormant for nearly six years in Sapphire Valley.
Area emergency personnel discovered the body of a Cashiers resident shortly after their arrival at a fully-involved home fire last Thursday night in the Heady Mountain community.
Progress on one of two bridge projects in southern Jackson County is not going smoothly, as delays stemming from a moratorium near trout streams have pushed completion back at least six months from
A number of factors will soon lead to an increase in gas prices across the nation, with North Carolina expected to be among the states hardest hit by rising costs, according to Automobile Associati
The new year may hold a new beginning for Cashiers First Baptist Church of Love (La Primera Iglesia Bautista De Amor), as the group moves to put the finishing touches on the congregation’s first ho
After experiencing substantial growth every year since it opened in 2014, the Cashiers ABC Store recently became debt free from the county more than three years ahead of schedule.
Changes are coming to the local board of elections if the passage of Senate Bill 4 by the North Carolina legislature late last month is upheld by a state court.
Just weeks after officials hired an engineer to find out what it would cost to fix the Sylva pool, another study, this time on the Cashiers pool, has been commissioned.
Legislators in Raleigh failed to repeal House Bill 2, commonly known as the “bathroom bill,” during a Dec. 21 special session of the state legislature called to do just that.
The real estate market on the plateau showed signs of further improvement this year, as the industry continues to bounce back from a 2008 collapse that negatively affected many property owners and
Employees at Cashiers’ Jackson County Permitting and Code Enforcement Office will not have to bundle up when going to work this winter.
How much damage historic wildfires in the Nantahala National Forest left behind for the local U.S. Forest Service district to repair is coming into focus.
In the wake of fires that burned 55,531 acres throughout Western North Carolina, conservation and forestry experts are trying to apply what they’ve learned from years of studying the area’s ecology
The Smoky Mountain Home Builders Association recently recognized students from each high school in Jackson and Haywood County that offer a trades or vocational program.
A meeting to evaluate the future development framework for Jackson County yielded substantial community feedback on Dec.