Budget season can be a stressful time for many small-town government departments, as projects face intense scrutiny and cuts are made on virtually anything beyond the absolute highest priorities fo
As the strains of the bagpipe music died down, students awaited the moment when they would be handed their high school diploma and move on to the next chapter in their lives.
Highlands’ biggest culinary event of the year might see major changes this fall if the plans presented to the Highlands Town Board of Commissioners on May 26 are implemented.
The water level on Mirror Lake may be restored, but the Highlands Town Board of Commissioners is still trying to determine how to respond to the decision by the Mirror Lake Improvement Association
As black bears continue to raid downtown dumpsters, merchants and town officials seek a solution.