For Rotarian Rebecca Baker, a global pandemic is no reason not to continue serving her community.
Article Category: Giving Back in Highlands NC and Cashiers NC
Four local students have been recognized with scholarships for outstanding academic achievement by The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina.
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 is setting the stage for a dynamic community that benefits all of the village’s residents and visitors.
For Ross Landscape Architecture, moving into the Peggy Crosby Center was something of a homecoming.
The Literacy & Learning Center relies upon a committed community to help it deliver its vital services. For more information, call at
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.
A new family medical center opening this month presents a host of care options for residents of the Plateau.
Retired Dr. Michael Crowe is anything but retired, thanks to a full-slate of activities that benefit the community.
Well, it turns out that leading Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society really does bite. At least sometimes.