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A bill is currently sitting on Gov. Pat McCrory's desk that would exempt some North Carolina charter schools from disclosing the salaries of employees.
One of Haywood County's most traveled bridges is among the state's most substandard, according to an annual study by AAA Carolinas.
Connie Mae Shook Patrick, 104, of the Dutch Cove community passed away Tuesday, July 29, 2014, at Silver Bluff Nursing Home.
Daryl Hennah shows Base Campers the inside of a container truck during a public works day event held last week at the Waynesville Parks and Recreation Department.
The Haywood County Tourism Development Authority Film Office is currently looking for extras for an R&B/upbeat club music video that will be produced in Waynesville mid-August.
The Shelton House, which houses the Museum of North Carolina Handicrafts will be featured on UNC-TV's "North Carolina Weekend" in August.
Dr. George Wallace Brown, beloved family physician of Waynesville, North Carolina, for more than 55 years, who would stop at nothing to treat patients in the more rural sections of his mountain community, even when that required traveling on horseback, died Saturday, July 19, at Martha's Vineyard Hospital from complications following open heart ... (more)
Haywood County had come accustomed to looking forward to the Town of Canton's annual Mater Fest, so when word got out that FOCUS would no longer be hosting the event the community was saddened.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. at Graveyard Fields at Milepost 419 on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
The Haywood County Fair will be Aug. 20-24, and preparations are being made now to ensure it is the best one yet.
You and all your friends are hereby invited to an incredible five long weekends in August.
Lt. Col. John Clinton Robbins Jr., U.S. Army ret., 82nd Airborne, passed away at his home June 26, 2014, after two years of failing health.
Janie Sinacore-Jaberg, who has been at the helm of MedWest-Haywood since December 2012, will leave the community to continue working with Carolinas HealthCare System.
The Waynesville Gallery Association is excited to present the August edition of Art After Dark, happening from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1, in downtown Waynesville.
The Haywood County Chamber of Commerce will begin a new year of monthly breakfast meetings - called Issues and Eggs - Aug. 6 with speaker Mayor Gavin Brown who will discuss the importance of community.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 01:36 pm
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