The Surry County Board of Commissioners made its annual trip to Elkin High School for the regularly scheduled meeting Monday. According to County Manager Chris Knopf a March meeting is held at the school once a year.
Ever since Mount Airy launched a successful effort to become a certified retirement community in 2012, there's been concern for equally reaching out to younger would-be residents.
Project Lazarus Surry, in partnership with area schools and law enforcement, is sponsoring several medicine take-back drop-off locations this week.
The annual Northwestern Regional Library Quiz Bowl is scheduled for Saturday, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Andy Griffith Playhouse in Mount Airy.
The Northwestern Regional Library has extended the deadline for accepting entries to its annual traveling photography contest to Friday, March 20.
On Monday the Surry County Board of Commissioners will hold its regularly scheduled meeting at Elkin High School.
Terry Marshall built his home in Shoals 30 years ago. Marshall's home, which sits in the shadow of Pilot Mountain, is nestled on a small hill set back into the woods.
On Saturday, North Carolina Humanities Council Road Scholar Alex McCauly presented “It's Not Just a Game: Sports and Society in North Carolina.”
The Surry County Community Corrections office is seeking information on the whereabouts of the following individuals:
Research Triangle Park — The Surry County School system is looking to improve on its biotechnology components of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) with a $5,000 grant from the Biogen Idec Foundation Ignite the Power of STEM...
Millennium Charter Academy (MCA) is opening up its second fundraising event, the “Green & White Ball” to the community this year. The ball is slated for March 21 at Cross Creek Country Club.
DOBSON — On Friday night, an inmate committed suicide at the Surry County Detention Center in Dobson.
Surry County has been chosen to receive $33,166 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county
Anna Wood, an actress from Mount Airy who is building a following with recent roles on prime-time network television shows, will add to that Monday night when she appears in an episode of “The Following.”
• A Mount Airy man was arrested on felony drug violations Tuesday night while also in possession of two concealed handguns, according to city police department reports. Marcus Jesus Carreon, 22, of 413 Woodruff St., was encountered by officers...
PILOT MOUNTAIN — Pilot Mountain Middle School (PMMS) topped the field at the annual Surry County Schools Middle School Battle of the Books Friday morning.
The names of the drivers involved in a three-car crash Thursday afternoon in Surry County where Interstate 77 North and Interstate 74 merge have been released.
Cameron Clabo was a bundle of energy Thursday during an event at Cross Creek Country Club, frequently spotted running around a large dining room that was serving as a temporary playground for the 3-year-old.
Being stuck at the far end of the Emily B. Taylor Greenway near West Lebanon Street can present problems if nature calls.
The Bible, which reveals the perfect will of God, says that God's will for man is that he live in good health. 3 John verse 2 says, “Beloved, I wish above all things that you prosper and be in health, even as your soul prospers.”...
HILLSVILLE, VA — On the 103rd anniversary of the infamous Carroll County Courthouse Tragedy, The Friends of the Allen House will have a benefit fundraiser for the restoration of the Sidna Allen House in Fancy Gap.
A three-vehicle accident Thursday in Surry County where Interstate 77 North and Interstate 74 merge sent two individuals to Northern Hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries. The incident, which occurred around 11:15 a.m., was still under...
A three-vehicle accident in Surry County where Interstate 77 North and Interstate 74 merge sent two individuals to Northern Hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries.
The Mount Airy school system is looking for money to finance $21.3 million in improvements over the next ten years, the Surry County Board of Commissioners learned during its recent board retreat held last week.
When the Surry County Board of Commissioners met on March 4, one of the many goals presented by the board was investment in recreation and the protection of natural resources.