Community and Business

Now in its second half-century, Blowing Rock’s Art in the Park, a monthly May through October Saturday event, showcases craftspeople and artisans from all over the Southeast. More than 35,000 people will attend the shows this year, choosing from handcrafted jewelry, pottery, fiber, glass,

Watauga High School students Nick Caudill and Ryan Austin took 1st place in the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills state competition at the Charlotte Motor Speedway May 1st. In addition to receiving free tools from the Snap-on tool company, each student was offered $40,000 in scholarships

Boone's heritage radio station AM-1450 WATA and Clark Tire New Market Center are proud to present the Teacher of the Month award to Bethel School's Adrienne Stumb.

The stunning and rare pink-shell azalea is now in bloom on Grandfather Mountain, offering visitors unparalleled access to the shrub native to only a few western North Carolina counties. The delicate pink blossoms typically appear in late April or early May, arriving even before leaves appear on the hardy branches.

F.A.R.M. Cafe at 617 West King Street in Boone will begin its third year of “feeding all regardless of means” with a celebration at the Cafe on Saturday May 3 from 11 AM until 2 PM.   The celebration will feature a special menu, live music, a raffle for the F.A.R.M. Cafe Garden Spot, and recognition