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Literacy & Learning

The Literacy & Learning Center relies upon a committed community to help it deliver its vital services. For more information, call at (828)

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Finding Each Other

A passion for a life lived off the Beaten Path brought Laura and Alastair Lamont together and, ultimately, to a life on the Plateau.

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Delicious Memories at On the Verandah

On the Verandah has earned its share of delicious memories over the course of 40 years. For menus and reservations, visit ontheverandah.com.

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Living it up at Lakeside Restaurant

Lakeside Restaurant is the perfect spot to reintroduce yourself to the splendid experience of fine dining. For more information or to make reservations

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Glen Falls - Worth the Hike!

Glen Falls generously rewards those who make the trek to her three cascades.

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Young Golf Ace

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Majestic Aesthetic of Mountain Art & Craft

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Drive Through Shrimp Boil

The Low Country Shrimp Boil, set for June 19 at Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park, is a ticket for an easy-going journey to the seashore. For tickets,

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Celebrate Art + Automobile: FreeWheeling

The Bascom’s staging an irresistible exhibition that celebrates the seductive power of automotive art.

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Community Driven: Highlands Motoring Festival

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At a Glance Waterfall Guide

Enjoy this sampling of area waterfalls, for a deep dive visit thelaurelmagazine.com/recreation.

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Dynamic Duo | Bombshell Hair Boutique

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.

The Highlands Bubble

Highlands emerges from Covid lockdown in a stronger financial position, thanks to a small but steady flow of visitors.

A Community Role | Cashiers Area Chamber of Commerce

As the Cashiers Chamber continues to grow stronger, we invite you to join in the journey.


Keeping Up with the Critters | Carpe Diem Farms

Sue provides us with updates on the beloved Battersea Tracy, a horse suffused with an astonishing tenacity; and sweet Jethro, the canine tornado who’s assumed the role of Carpe Diem Farms’ tail-wagging greeter.

Vision Cashiers

Vision Cashiers is setting the stage for a dynamic community that benefits all of the village’s residents and visitors.

Ross Landscape | Peggy Crosby Center

For Ross Landscape Architecture, moving into the Peggy Crosby Center was something of a homecoming.


Literacy & Learning

The Literacy & Learning Center relies upon a committed community to help it deliver its vital services. For more information, call at (828) 526-0863.

Bountiful Botany: Tours of the Brushy Face Preserve

The richness of the region’s natural heritage is revealed in Bountiful Botany: Medicinal Plants of the Plateau, a self-guided tour of the Brushy Face Preserve organized by the Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust.

Lifting Health and Well-Being, Together.

A new family medical center opening this month presents a host of care options for residents of the Plateau.


Joining Rotary’s Resolve

Retired Dr. Michael Crowe is anything but retired, thanks to a full-slate of activities that benefit the community.

Taking a Bite Out of Crime

Well, it turns out that leading Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society really does bite. At least sometimes.

Don’t Drop Junior

There was probably an Aunt Zona somewhere in your childhood. And you probably turned out pretty normal. Right?