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10 hrs ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company
However you chose to spend your holiday, I hope everyone had an amazing Thanksgiving.
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14 hrs ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company
Shops, restaurants and galleries are dressed to the nines, and stay open late to provide festivities and entertainment.
19 hrs ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company
Haywood County's own IBMA-award-winning bluegrass-and-more band Balsam Range blasts off with a bang Saturday night at Canton's historic Colonial Theater with their fourth annual "Winter Concert" series.
21 hrs ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company
Amy Bennington of Mountain Favors makes a good case for buying local, artisan gifts for Christmas.
The Board of County Commissioners is seeking applicants to fill three vacancies on the Haywood County Agriculture Advisory Board and three vacancies on the Tourism Development Authority Board.
Subject to Freddie Mac First Look Initiative until 8/1/13 . Home qualifies for Homesteps Financing.
She had made her home in Haywood County since 1979. Janet was a former employee of the North Carolina Fish and Wildlife Service.
The upcoming Christmas parades are not only a time to get in the holiday mood, but to donate canned or boxed food items to help restock the Haywood Christian Ministry food pantry.
Becky Jarrell, Julia Hoyle and Terri Schrot from Long's Chapel United Methodist Church help gather shoe boxes for distribution.
Elegantly comfortable home with open floor plan. Over 635 SF deck to entertain & enjoy the beautiful year round long range views.
An animal rescue group is caring for more than a dozen dogs after the owner relinquished them to Haywood County Animal Services last month.
Co-Grand Marshals for this year's Waynesville Christmas Parade are Waynesville Police Chief Bill Hollingsed and Haywood County Sheriff Greg Christopher.
Thanksgiving dinner has barely been cleared off the table yet, but Haywood County is already basking in the joys of Christmas with thousands of lights and decorations.
Haywood County Recreation & Parks and Happy Wanderers Senior Program will be showing a free movie at the Waynesville Library Auditorium at 1:30 p.m. Popcorn and drinks provided.