In a story in the Oct. 24 issue titled “Maggie election could hinge on Ghost Town dream,” it was stated Maggie Valley Alderwoman Twinkle Patel was supportive of Ghost Town, LLC Managing Member Frankie Wood and has backed measures pushed by the developer relating to annexation and zoning issues.
MAGGIE VALLEY — Storyland Studios, a company run by Disney Imagineers with a successful 20-year history in the themed entertainment industry, has been selected to redesign the long-closed Ghost Town in The Sky.
About 100 party loyalists gathered at Lake Junaluska’s Nanci Weldon gym Saturday for the fall Democratic rally.
Even though Waynesville’s oldest country club is deep into a renovation process that’s poised to transform the property while maintaining its historic character, now could be a great time to join the club.
There's good news on the COVID front with cases across the nation clearly down from the mid-September peak.
The up-and-coming village of Hazelwood is getting in on the trick-or-treat action this Halloween by hosting its first ever “Hazelween” event from 5-7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 30.
MAGGIE VALLEY — When Frankie Wood came to Maggie Valley in 2019 with promises of returning Ghost Town in the Sky to its former splendor, his ideas quickly caught the attention of those nostalgic about the past and hopeful for a prosperous future.
In mid-June, the COVID caseload in Haywood was in the green zone, averaging just a couple cases per week. Since then, the numbers — and deaths — reached new highs, but are now solidly on a downward trend.
WAYNESVILLE — The American Legion is hosting a benefit for community member Melodie Moore on Sunday, Oct. 24, at 1 p.m.
The Haywood County Public Library is developing a Strategic Plan to be implemented in 2022.
Most readers will recognize the title of this article as coming from the famous story of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” by English author Lewis Carroll.
Those who have been to The Swag in Waynesville know it’s a gem of a mountain-top hideaway, with breathtaking views.
Pisgah High School has claimed yet another conference championship and playoff berth, this time in the newly formed 3A Mountain Seven, with a 28-14 victory over East Henderson.
Back in action for the first time since the heartbreaking 21-20 loss in last week’s Haywood County Clash, Tuscola struggled out of the gate and never fully recovered, eventually falling at Smoky Mountain 35-14 Friday night in Sylva.
Haywood Christian Academy hosted the Western Piedmont Athletic Conference volleyball tournament on Oct. 15 and 16. The tournament was the first time HCA opened the doors of its new gym to the public.