Homes along a well-traveled Mount Airy street should be a little safer after a campaign this week to check smoke alarms and provide the lifesaving devices to those in need.
Marriage licenses issued in Surry County.
B.H. Tharrington Elementary's Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is hoping to build on last year's spring fling success with a second event slated for May 1 at the school. According to PTO spokesperson Reagan Tidd, the event will be held...
The Surry County Community Corrections office is seeking information on the whereabouts of the following individuals:
Rockford Elementary volunteer Bridgett Norman received top honors at the Surry County Schools annual Volunteer of the Year (VOY) Reception at the Shelton-Badgett Center for Viticulture and Enology Thursday night.
MOUNT AIRY — Cheers rang out from a group of volunteers at Riverside Park when Bridget Soots was informed that this year's Autism Walk had raised more than $40,000.
Mount Airy Parks and Recreation was breaking new ground with an Earth Day event, but it made up for lost time in an impressive way thanks to the enthusiasm of about 60 local children who participated.
PILOT MOUNTAIN — Surry County Child Protection Team's first Child Abuse Awareness Day Friday at the Edward M. Armfield Civic and Recreation Center wanted children to know there are lots of heroes, including themselves.
MOUNT AIRY — On Friday Mount Airy High School played host to the county's Special Olympics Spring Games for its second year.
DOBSON — The Dobson Town Commission on Thursday night passed a resolution opposing a state senate bill that would restructure the state's sales tax, spreading more of the money to rural counties and hurting metro areas and smaller...
The cause of a Thursday night apartment fire in Mount Airy which displaced 35 residents has been ruled accidental.
• A series of incidents was reported this week in which a debit card stolen from a local man was used for unauthorized transactions, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. Police were told Monday that the card of Curtis Ackers Clark...
Thursday, amidst a sea of Franklin Elementary School students, children who are participating in today's Special Olympics were introduced.
Public hearings held in Mount Airy on certain rezoning issues no longer will resemble court trials due to a decision to quash a “quasi-judicial” process.
MOUNT AIRY — Thirty-five people were displaced tonight when a fire broke out in a Mount Airy apartment building 35.
DOBSON — On Thursday Surry Community College held a student appreciation spring fling in the courtyard outside the Knight's Grill.
Author Larry C. York of Pinnacle will be holding a book signing Saturday at The Living Room Coffeehouse and Winebar, at 215 East Main Street in Pilot Mountain from 1 to 3 p.m.
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Friday night a series of summer concerts will kick off at the Blackmon Amphitheatre in Mount Airy.The concert will be a country music performance by Tim Elliott and CCB. That show begins at 7:30 p.m.
The Mount Airy City Schools honored the support of Aero-Care and Eagle Carports at its April 21 business meeting at B.H. Tharrington Elementary School. BHT students also presented their “commercials” supporting summer...
Greater Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce Administrative Professional of the Year honors were awarded to Cecania Branch on Wednesday afternoon during the annual Administrative Professionals Day Luncheon at Cross Creek Country Club.
DOBSON — On Wednesday county officials opened the sealed bids of nine contractors who hope to be awarded the N.C. 89 sewer project.
Usually a visit from the Environmental Protection Agency is not a good thing — but such an appearance this week at the Spencer's property in Mount Airy turned up few problems, according to a local official.
• A Mount Airy woman was jailed under a $6,500 secured bond on multiple offenses Monday after officers answered a trespassing call at Mayberry Mall and found her hiding in Libby Hill Seafood, according to city police reports. Kaylene Elizabeth...
DOBSON — Local elections personnel got a glimpse Tuesday of what voting might be like in the future when new paper-ballot equipment was demonstrated.
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