Macon County’s community clubs got together Tuesday to review the year’s accomplishments and honor some of their most dedicated members.
This Halloween, thousands of children will flock to Bidwell Street, the trick or treat capital of Macon County.
PumpkinFest, the pride of Franklin and one of Western North Carolina’s favorite fall festivals, rolls off on Saturday, Oct. 16.
Nothing in the business world stays the same for long, a fact supported by recent news in Macon County.
Franklin residents have begun casting their votes in the 2019 municipal elections to fill three seats on Franklin Town Council and elect a mayor.
East Franklin Elementary School principal Landon Holland will be leaving his position at the end of the month.
The newly established Freedom House on Love Street has stirred controversy in the neighborhood, and Paul Maynard took Tuesday night’s meeting of the Macon County Commissioners as an opportunity to
After years of frustration, much of Macon County may soon have access to high-speed internet, and the expansion could continue thanks to a $15 million grant from the state.
The Robert C. Carpenter Community was packed to the brim with veterans and volunteers on Thursday during the sixth annual Smoky Mountains Veteran Stand Down.
At a recent meeting of the Macon County Planning Board, residents of the Carson community had the chance to share their most pressing social concerns with the board members.