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.
Wednesday's rain didn't quell a forest fire burning in the Harmon Den area of Haywood County, which reached 700 acres by late Wednesday afternoon.
Property owners along the Pigeon River in Cruso, Bethel, Canton and Clyde who were ravaged by last year’s flood faced a difficult choice: rebuild or accept a federal buy-out of their property.
Haywood County’s landscape along the Pigeon River could change dramatically over the coming year as homes destroyed in last year’s flood are demolished and the parcels converted to a natural state.
The housing market continued to slow in Haywood County in October compared to last year’s unprecedented home sales.
Several wrecks occurred on the stretch of I-40 from Fines Creek to the Tennessee state line on Sunday, the heaviest travel day of the Thanksgiving holiday.
The November meeting of the Haywood County Board of Commissioners marked a sentimental time of bidding farewell to retiring Sheriff Greg Christopher, who served the county for a decade, and Commissioner Kirk Kirkpatrick, who lost his re-election bid after 20 years of service.
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.
A forest fire in the Harmon Den area of Haywood County had reached 500 acres by late Tuesday afternoon before rain finally rolled in, hopefully quelling the fire overnight.
The second annual All Lighted Jeep Parade will make its way down Soco Road in Maggie Valley at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3.
An opening reception for Small Works, an art exhibit featuring handmade ornaments and eclectic wall art sized under 12 inches, will be held from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, at the Haywood Handmade Gallery in downtown Waynesville.
Downtown Waynesville has added a new signature to its arsenal of Christmas decor this year: an official town tree.
Catch an epic 12 hours of music for $12 at a fundraiser for REACH of Haywood County from noon–11 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, at Frog Level Brewing in Waynesville.
The internationally acclaimed bluegrass band Balsam Range is back with the sixth year of the popular Art of Music Festival Dec. 1-3 at Lake Junaluska’s Stuart Auditorium.
Haywood County’s swim team, the Smoky Mountain Aquatic Club (SMAC), had a strong showing at the annual GCY Spooktacular meet at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.
The Blue Ridge Roller Derby team is hosting a Holiday Fight Show this Friday, Dec. 4 at the Smoky Mountain Event Center in Waynesville.
Pisgah’s wrestling team returns over 50 wrestlers this season.