Budget yes, tank maintenance, not yet
Businesses sign Career Academy grads
‘Lunch with Leaders’ kicks off
Eat Mediterranean, eliminate medication
VFW hosts Family Freedom Festival
- Budget yes, tank maintenance, not yet - 6:35 am
- Spraying begins for gypsy moth disruption - 7:59 pm
- Pilot postpones public hearing - 6:20 pm
- White Plains top Sumdog - 5:00 pm
- Businesses sign Career Academy grads - 6:18 am
- Teen escapes brush with power line - 6:55 pm
- ‘Lunch with Leaders’ kicks off - 7:46 pm
- Students get hands-on visit to hospital - 11:59 am
- Chamber relaunching Lunch with Leaders - 8:05 pm
- Polot Mountain Police reports - 6:50 pm
- Howell funeral homes fined, licenses suspended - 9:45 pm
- Museum camps keep students learning - 9:53 pm
- Budget workshop nixes vehicle fee - 7:51 pm
- Heavy rains cause sewage spill in Pilot - 7:32 pm
- Early College graduates largest class yet - 9:46 pm
- May proclaimed Preservation Month - 9:10 am
- Mayfest offers hot time in Pilot Mountain - 7:36 pm
- SCC tech club holds computer repair day - 1:27 pm
- Disc golf tourney finally beats weather - 5:48 pm
- Thirteen steps to the office - 6:37 pm
- March for Babies comes to Veterans Park - 9:25 am
- Tharrington holds Innovation Day - 9:25 am
- View Story - 12:42 pm
- Kicking and punching at Senior Center - 6:55 am
- Popular cruise-in returns Saturday - 11:42 am
Polot Mountain Police reports
The following reports were filed by the Pilot Mountain Police Department in recent weeks:• A citation was issued to Marisa Jane Benton, King, on...
Howell funeral homes fined, licenses suspended
Howell Funeral Service and Howell Funeral Services of Pilot Mountain (doing business as Howell-Nelson Funeral Service and Crematory) have been charged...
Museum camps keep students learning
Mount Airy Museum of Regional History again has planned a full slate of youth camps for Summer 2018.“Students lose academic ground during summer...
Budget workshop nixes vehicle fee
The Pilot Mountain Board of Commissioners delved int the proposed 2018-19 fiscal year budget in detail at a budget workshop last Tuesday at The Pilot ...
Heavy rains cause sewage spill in Pilot
PILOT MOUNTAIN — A substantial amount of untreated wastewater was discharged by the Town of Pilot Mountain into Tom’s Creek on Friday.A ne...
Early College graduates largest class yet
DOBSON — Surry Early College celebrated the largest graduating class yet of its eight commencements Friday evening in the gym of Surry Community...
East turns the tables
RONDA — Some things are so nice they need to happen twice.The East Surry Cardinals and the East Wilkes Cardinals first met this season in week 1...
Three SCC spikers honored for ‘17 performance
DOBSON — Moving back to her natural position of outside hitter paid huge dividends in 2017 for Anika Thomas and Surry Community College’s ...
Cards pull it out with 33 seconds left
PILOT MOUNTAIN — East Surry sent Starmount packing for the second time this season with a 21-14 victory over the Rams in the first round of the ...
East Surry wins JROTC Raider Challenge
The East Surry Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) program seemed to enjoy being at home Saturday as it took on a large and impressi...
BURLINGTON — About 15 minutes after their season came to an end on a damp Saturday evening, one could notice many of the East Surry tennis playe...
PILOT MOUNTAIN — Rivalries tend to bring out the best in both Mount Airy and East Surry for a number of reasons.Whether their motivation was the...
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Eat Mediterranean, eliminate medication
“Med instead of Meds,” the catchy-named program intended to use the Mediterranean diet as a way of reducing the need for medication, got a...
Memorial Day is Monday, and the day is designed to honor the U.S. military veterans that have died in the line of duty. The wearing of poppies in hono...
• Lloyd and Jennie Joyce’s children got together for another weekend. That makes 40 years straight. Just the girls this time, and the girl...
Slow cookers, perfect for every course
Casseroles are not something to be messed with, in the opinion of Bob Ward, who both reads the News and works in its marketing department, after last ...
Not your Meemaw’s casserole
“We eat with our eyes,” says everyone from scientists in laboratories to the lady next door who puts a little marzipan carrot on each slic...
A ‘peony’ by any other name
A most delightful aroma was wafting out of my colleague Kim Cagle’s office on Thursday as I walked by. I looked inside, and she had a glorious b...
Reader stunned by city action
To the Editor,I was astounded to read the story about the Mount Airy Board of Commissioners refusing the rezoning request for the Shepherd’s Hou...
A red roadster: a dream that won’t die
A red roadster has been an object of desire for me since 1970. Ever since seeing the movie “Love Story,” I have wanted one with all my hea...
Balancing my TV diet, funny is funny
Like most people who live or work in Mount Airy, I’ve got a friend that can’t get enough of “The Andy Griffith Show.” He used ...
A road trip to a jail cell
Some days you put on a sports jacket and your good shoes, and you go up to Cross Creek to see who’s going to be Citizen of the Year. That’...
Zena was her name
To the person who hit and killed a dog on Shoals Road Friday night at 7:14 p.m. I just want you to know that Zena wasn’t a dog to me.Zena was an...