Trying to find a company willing to bond Haywood County’s newly elected, 21-year-old tax collector turned out to be a challenge.
Improvements to the Waynesville dog park that were supposed to take a couple of weeks have been delayed due to a bad batch of mulch.
For nearly a decade, two individuals have worked side-by-side to keep Haywood citizens safe and lead major changes at the Haywood County Sheriff’s Office.
CLYDE — Haywood Community College cut the ribbon on its $7.8 million Health Sciences building in front of a large crowd Tuesday, Nov. 29.
CANTON — A new annual tradition started in Canton on Nov. 30 — the first annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
Wednesday’s rain didn’t quell a forest fire burning in the Harmon Den area of Haywood County, which had burned 700 acres by late Thursday afternoon.
Growing food and tending livestock come naturally for the Smart brothers, twin 21-year-olds who have dedicated their lives to carrying on their family’s farming legacy.
Economic indicators show that Haywood County is on a growth spurt — one that shows no signs of slowing down.
Law enforcement officers will come together with victims of DWIs and their families for the annual Evening of Remembrance at 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4, in Maggie Valley.
Double the holiday cheer with two magical evenings in downtown Waynesville during “A Night Before Christmas,” held from 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10 and 17.
Experience the magic of Christmas at Lake Junaluska with carriage rides offered noon-3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11.
Candlelight tours of the historic Shelton House in Waynesville will be held Friday and Saturday, Dec. 9-10 and 16-17.
• Strand of Lights Drive-Thru Christmas Light Show: Through Dec. 30, with timed entries at 6, 7 and 8 p.m. Wind through the campus of the Smoky Mountain Event Center and be wowed by the spectacular light displays. 758 Crabtree Road, Waynesville. www.38main.com
The countdown to Christmas is on, and the Winter Wonderland Market will help you knock out your shopping list from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday Dec. 10, at the Smoky Mountain Event Center.
The 2022 Pisgah Bears finished the year with a 4-7 record, but the win-loss columns don’t tell the entire story of its season. Tasked with another all-road game season after flooding rendered their home stadium unusable, the Bears overcame a slow start and earned a playoff berth.
Tuscola’s boys basketball team took its game against the Owen Warhorses right down to the final seconds but ultimately fell 59-54 at home on Tuesday, Nov. 29.
The Lady Mountaineers basketball team dropped a home game to the Owen Warhorses 57-35 on Tuesday, Nov. 29, in Waynesville.