A bill paving the way for the merger of Lake Junaluska with the town of Waynesville was blocked at the 11th hour this week in the N.C. General Assembly.
The dust has settled following a last-minute scramble of candidates signing up to run for the Waynesville town board last week, and voters now have their work cut out.
A new K9 skilled in bomb and explosive detection will soon be joining the ranks of the Waynesville Police Department.
Howell Mill Road won’t be an option for those planning to drive the length of the Waynesville route for the rest of the summer.
A dumpster war in Waynesville is heating up, and the town is firing back.
Work continues on repairs to a massive sinkhole that collapsed suddenly near Ingles grocery store in Waynesville several weeks ago.
A major expansion and renovation of the Ingles grocery store on Russ Avenue in Waynesville is finally imminent.
Main Street Realty, one of the oldest and last remaining independent real estate firms in Haywood County, is closing its doors this month. But it isn’t going far.
There’s a unifying theme among candidates in the Waynesville town board election: “maybe-ism.”
Business is booming for a Waynesville factory that mixes and packages Epsom salt. Giles Chemical has doubled its employees over the past decade to 150 and plans to build a 35,000-square-foot warehouse to accommodate its growing trade.