Though it’s fallen victim to the Covid crisis, the Highlands Twilight 5k and 10K Run, originally set for November 28 and now postponed until May, is still the goal for intense training regimens.
Article Author: Deena Bouknight
A host of resources available through Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library and Hudson Library can help you master the challenges of 21st century technology, the complications of Covid living, and even give you a head start on your Christmas List.
Vas Sanchez’s desire for the spotlight, shaped by his childhood in Highlands, led him to a hit series on Netlfix and a good place in life.
CPA Stephen Lucas started his accounting firm in Highlands in January 1979; that same year he was invited to a Rotary Club of Highlands meeting and has been a Rotarian […]
Fishes & Loaves Food Pantry in Cashiers, an emergency food pantry, works year-round to help meet some of the dietary requirements of individuals and families in need throughout the community. […]
Author talks scheduled throughout the summer at local libraries were sidelined because of the pandemic, but a few are scheduled for the fall due to easing restrictions. One of those […]
Highlands Mayor Patrick Taylor has been a competitor in the annual Highlands Twilight Race since its inception eight years ago. Mayor Taylor pointed out that although the race has had […]
Author John Cribb, who introduced his September 15 published Old Abe historical novel at Hudson Library, said the idea for the book was “born in a library.” George Santayana, a […]
On October 4, a special event takes place in Highlands: Empty Bowls. Hosted by International Friendship Center’s Highlands Food Pantry as well as First Presbyterian Church of Highlands, Empty Bowls […]
Highlands Architect Dennis DeWolf, semi-retired for about 12 years from his private architectural firm, has been a member of the Rotary Club of Highlands since 1974, taking a position of […]