Murphy – Before participating in the “Calling The Train Home” event in downtown Murphy, people gathered around vendors and watched live demonstrations during the Art walk on Fr
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Murphy – The Cherokee County Department of Social Services has a way to go until it has all the answers to abate its recent crisis.
Murphy – Mayor Rick Ramsey reminds everyone to congregate downtown Friday to break the world record for the most people whistling simultaneously at a single venue.
Murphy – Timothy Jeffery McCoy is facing a slew of new charges in his alleged year-long spree of serial car theft.
Murphy – Five years ago, Jacky Jones Chevrolet on U.S. 64 West was robbed of $28,000 worth of merchandise and never got it back.
Marble – Noticing the lack of places in the area to purchase caps or scarves for those undergoing chemotherapy, Mary May of Andrews felt compelled to launch Cherokee County’s f
Murphy – The spotting of an elk didn’t last long on Sept. 25, when it was hit by a Ford F-150 along U.S. 19.
Franklin – The ongoing debate over whether or not a candidate for Macon County sheriff can be called as a credible witness in court proceedings took another turn Thursday, when
Murphy – The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners voted Monday night to increase fees for Emergency Medical Services to match surrounding counties.
Murphy – Constructing a roundabout downtown could be in the works.
Murphy – Friday is a busy night downtown, with the Art Walk and the attempt at breaking a world record, but local residents also will take the time to recognize victims of dome
Murphy – Against the advice of everyone who spoke at a public hearing Thursday night, the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners dissolved the Department of Social Services boa
Murphy – The last thing Cherokee County needs is another blow from the state that limits the local tax base.
Murphy – Appalachian Angels will hold its second annual Spaghetti Dinner to support local children in foster care Saturday.
Peachtree – Cherokee County created a resolution of its own in the ongoing battle over funding at Tri-County Community College.