Sweet harmonies bring passion back to the seasonal soundscape of Highlands evenings.
Article Author: Luke Osteen
Architect Jim Fox’s grandson is chronicling and restoring his intriguing buildings, which remain unmistakable landmarks across this corner of Western North Carolina.
The Highlands Chamber of Commerce is sharing the fruits of a busy 2021 with another pair of grant recipients.
The Highlands Performing Arts Center, located at 507 Chestnut Street, embarks upon a new project laden with promise and possibilities.
A new alpine coaster at Scaly Mountain Outdoor Center will add to the number of irresistible attractions to be found at Scaly Mountain, Sky Valley, and High Holly.
The new Blue Ridge Health-Highlands Cashiers office will offer comprehensive medical services to all local residents. For appointments or more information, call 828-482-6160. If you’d like to provide financial support, visit highlandscashiershealthfoundation.org.
Light Fracture by our own Deena Bouknight casts an unflinching spotlight upon a disaster of Biblical proportions and the people who struggled
For the ambitious Highlands Porchfest, set for Sunday, September 19, the entire downtown will serve as the musical venue. For more information, or to help (this’ll require a lot of hands), visit highlandsporchfest.com.
Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival packs an astonishing amount of events and performances into its 40th Anniversary Season.
Bombshell Hair Boutique adds another stylist to meet its burgeoning, out-the-door client list. To book an appointment or to learn more about the services offered,
call (828) 342-9623.