“Remember our fallen U.S. veterans. Honor those who serve. Teach your children the value of freedom.”
The residential real estate market on the plateau shows signs of further improvement this year, as the industry continues to bounce back from the 2008 collapse that negatively affected so many prop
Legislators in Raleigh failed to repeal House Bill 2, commonly known as the “bathroom bill,” during a Dec. 21 special session of the state legislature called to do just that.
Unannounced removal of vegetation along roadways in Highlands this week drew the ire of numerous local organizations and landowners who claim their property was damaged by state contractors.
The University of North Carolina’s Institute for the Environment at the Highlands Biological Station recently completed its 16th year of research, with students from UNC presenting their findings a