Highlands Chamber of Commerce’s third-quarter grants, derived from the local Occupancy Tax, are filtering through the entire community.
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Highlands Playhouse welcomes back its audiences with a spruced-up setting courtesy of a grounds crew from Highlands Falls Country Club. There are exciting changes inside as well.
Local fields and gardens are abuzz with a bit of good news emanating from Lake Toxaway and Killer Bees Honey.
A ribbon cutting ceremony for the Cashiers Greenway Ramble StoryWalk is planned for Friday, April 2, at 11:00 A.M. at the Village Green picnic area.
The Bascom welcomes Dr. Karin Peterson as its New Executive Director.
Just in time for home decorating projects big and small, Platt Home opens an expansive showroom at 214 Broad Street in downtown Brevard.
Bear Shadow, slated for April 23-25, is showing the love for its Macon, Jackson, Transylvania, and Rabun residents with a ticket discount.
Pastor Steve Kerhoulas and His Wife Candi return to the Community Bible Church Family as he assumes leadership of the CBC Sky Valley-Scaly Mountain Church.
Best-Selling Novelist-Poet-Appalachian Storyteller Ron Rash will take center stage at Highlander Mountain House’s first Salon Event, 4:00 to 6:00 P.M. Wednesday, March 24. Highlander Mountain House is located at 270 Main Street.
An ambitious paving project will resurface state roads within Highlands, beginning March 15, with completion date set for Memorial Day Weekend.