Highlands business owners and residents voiced their opposition to the proposed tree-planter addition to Main Street that would force motorists to parallel park to the left during the Nov.
For a twenty-something-year-old man, in many ways still a boy, Nov. 22, 1963, 55-years ago today, was life-changing.
Highlands Police Department Chief Bill Harrell said in an email statement on Sunday that a pair of suspects have been identified in the series of burglaries at the Highlands Biological Station and
The tree planter proposal discussed during the Highlands Board of Commissioners Oct.
The United States military never let a little rain or cold stand in the way of the performing of their duty, and Highlands’ veterans weren’t about to let that happen on Monday.