Monday will have two meetings related to the recent State Supreme Court decision concerning Boone's ETJ.

The cooperative work of community stakeholders has led to the possibility of the Town of Boone offering public Wi-Fi service downtown.

High Country Crime Stoppers and Boone Police seek the public’s assistance in solving the following crime:

Ashe County has filed a petition of judicial review against the county’s planning board and Appalachian Materials.

The Civitas Institute has sent letters to the NC State Board of Elections and boards in six counties, including Watauga, requesting a thorough examination of voter rolls and full compliance with section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act.

There are several town and county meetings coming up that you may want to attend.

As the Holidays wind down, it's time to dispose of your Christmas trees and greenery.

The Boone Board of Adjustment will meet Thursday at 5:30 in Council Chambers, 1500 Blowing Rock Road in Boone.

The Town of Boone is excited to announce that it will soon be moving into the construction drawings phase for the Howard Street project.

Can you remember your first teenage job interview? For most of us, we can recall the "permission to borrow the family car" discussion with dad followed by unsolicited wardrobe advice from mom, before backing down the driveway to apply for that all-important freedom-granting summer job.

The Watauga County Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 to schedule a public hearing on a possible moratorium in the wake of the State Supreme Court decision that abolished the Boone ETJ. Commissioner Perry Yates was the dissenting vote.