The Surry County Community Corrections office is seeking information on the whereabouts of the following individuals:
Mount Airy Vision Center recently celebrated the retirement of Robin Atkins, who has served with the company for 17 years. They held the retirement dinner at Old North State Winery. Pictured here are, from left, Gale Saunders, Ashley Leonard, Jane...
Food Lion recently presented the staff at St. Paul's School in Cana, Va., and the staff at Meadowview Middle School in Mount Airy, cakes bearing the words “Thanks for all you do” in recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week. Pictured...
Web designer Boomer Sassmann will be leading the seminar Bridging the Digital Divide: Understanding Internet Marketing in 2015 on Tuesday, May 12.
The annual PFC Adam Lee Marion Memorial Golf Tournament was held on Thursday at Cedarbrook Country Club. The tournament is held in memory of Marion, who was from Dobson, who lost his life while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces in Iraq in...
This year's 64th annual National Day of Prayer local ceremony will be observed on Thursday at 11:30 a.m. on the front lawn of the Mount Airy Municipal Building.
Any critics or connoisseurs who might have had doubts about the health of the local winery industry — or craft beer for that matter — simply needed to be in Mount Airy Saturday afternoon.
The following marriage licenses were issued in Surry County.• Cesario Munoz-Martinez and Esther Martinez-Chavez, both of Dobson. Issued April 23.
Monday's Surry County Board of Commissioners meeting will include an update from the county's contracted engineer Kevin Heath outlining the bids for the NC 89 sewer project.
In recording deeds, the state of North Carolina does not require that the amount paid for a parcel be stated on the deed. However, a tax stamp at the rate of $2 for every $1,000 in value is affixed to each deed.
DOBSON — Surry County Schools Superintendent Dr. Travis Reeves described the “Visual Arts Wow” student art show as part of the process of producing well-rounded students. This year, organizers decided to divide the popular...
Bobby Montgomery, unit director for Bojangles' in Dobson, has been ranked among the 16 finalists for the Bojangles' ShowBo Awards.
DOBSON — Although the Civil War ended 150 years ago, the significance of that bloody four-year conflict and the sacrifices it demanded of soldiers and families still resonate in Surry County, as evidenced by a ceremony...
A recent raid on a video gaming operation by city and county authorities has caused a domino effect with the voluntary closure of another business — at least temporarily.
Ten new public art fiddle crawl sculptures were unveiled Friday night at the historic Earle Theatre in downtown Mount Airy as the Mount Airy Downtown's Second Annual Public Art Fiddle Crawl's reveal got off to a rousing start.
A spokesman for the North Carolina Department of Public Safety said that no progress has been made in the search for an inmate who escaped in Surry County four days ago.
DOBSON —Five of the county's 21 volunteer fire departments took part in a meeting Thursday night with Commissioner Larry Phillips and County Manager Chris Knopf, all asking for a common thing — more money.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation will shut down a portion of N.C. 89 in Surry County for nearly two weeks beginning Wednesday, May 27 as crews work there to remove what the department considers a “dangerous” curve between...
DOBSON — A ceremony to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War will be held Saturday morning on the historic Surry County Courthouse Square in Dobson.
The Salvation Army in Mount Airy is taking bids on a painting of Pilot Mountain donated by artist Doug Cave. The proceeds will be used to help defray expenses for a trip by ten local Salvation Army members to a conference in England to celebrate the...
“Yet give attention to your servant's prayer and his plea for mercy, O Lord my God. Hear the cry and the prayer that your servant is praying in your presence today.” (1 Kings 8:28, NIV)
Mount Airy City Schools and Surry County Schools have been invited by the State Department of Instruction to participate in a program to see how cumulative student growth testing compares to end of grade tests.
• A Mount Airy teen was jailed under a $50,000 secured bond early Thursday on burglary and other offenses, according to city police department reports. Tyler Blake Daughenbaugh, 16, of 909 Hunter Drive, was arrested at his residence on...
Five local youths recently picked up awards at statewide competition held by the Tar Heel Junior Historian Association in Raleigh.
Facing a possible tight budget year, some Mount Airy officials don't want to increase city funding regularly provided to outside entities such as the rescue squad and museum.
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