Pilot Police Dept. has new flag, memorial
Pilot elects new mayor, 2 commissioners
Rotary grants, reads at Tharrington
Women’s Club holds candidate meet, greet
Burned building’s fate still unclear
- Scouts commemorate Armistice Day - 3:57 pm
- Pilot Police Dept. has new flag, memorial - 3:41 pm
- ‘Prodigy’ gives SCC talk - 12:49 pm
- Community night a showcase event - 10:36 am
- Pilot elects new mayor, 2 commissioners - 11:50 pm
- SCC instructors win paramedic competition - 3:47 pm
- Finally — election day is here - 12:34 am
- North Surry cadets visit planetarium - 5:29 pm
- Election day nears, with local races - 9:35 pm
- Local leaders recognized nationally - 12:52 pm
- View Story - 8:24 pm
- Rotary grants, reads at Tharrington - 6:22 pm
- Memorial 5K registration underway - 5:15 pm
- Credit union ribbon cutting set - 12:12 pm
- Pilot funds initial greenway work - 11:45 am
- Women’s Club holds candidate meet, greet - 8:12 pm
- Burned building’s fate still unclear - 7:38 am
- East Surry teams place in top 5 - 3:56 am
- Runners take to the trail Saturday - 10:39 pm
- Board overhauls zoning plan - 5:26 pm
- East Surry cadets fair well at drill meet - 3:51 am
- Pilot Mountain Police Reports - 1:57 am
- East Surry JROTC cadets go spelunking - 11:35 pm
- Final cruise-in of the year Saturday - 10:53 pm
- Runners invited to enjoy outdoors at Saturday 5K - 5:35 pm
Local leaders recognized nationally
With almost 40 years of experience helping area students with educational opportunities, career paths, and connecting students to job opportunities, W...
These Pilot Mountain Middle students show off their pink, doing their part during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They are, from left, eighth-graders M...
Rotary grants, reads at Tharrington
Mount Airy Rotary Club members met with their reading buddies at Tharrington Primary School for the first of four reading sessions this school year on...
Memorial 5K registration underway
Registration is underway for the fifth annual Jacob Pettitt Memorial 5K, scheduled to take place Nov, 3 at Fairview United Methodist Church.The annual...
Credit union ribbon cutting set
The Pilot Mountain branch of State Employees’ Credit Union will be holding a ribbon cutting and open house on Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 4:30 p.m. i...
Pilot funds initial greenway work
The Pilot Mountain Board of Commissioners approved funding to move forward with a plan to build a greenway linking the town to the nearby state park.T...
East Surry names new fieldhouse for Coach Downs
PILOT MOUNTAIN — Long-time coach Barry Hall started out as an assistant to Downs, only to have Downs reverse the tables a bit when he told Hall ...
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...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
• Philip Michael Stone, son of Thaddeus Stone and grandson of Penny Joyce Stone, arrived in the USA on Sept. 5. This was his first visit to the ...
Final cruise-in of the year Saturday
The “Hot Nights and Hot Cars” summer cruise-in series will draw to a close for this year on Saturday, leaving the sponsoring Mount Pilot N...
When in Florence, eat pizza
When in Rome, do as the Romans do, as the old saying goes, but more pertinent to this week’s situation: when in Florence, do as the Florentines ...
Gillespie’s Celebrate 50th Anniversary.
Pete and Mildred Gillespie celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday August 10, with a dinner party including their family and friends. They...
Anyone can turn 80, but very few people can turn 80-plus with grace like you. Happy Birthday Aunt Mycleta Burwell!Trinity Baptist Church would like to...
The internet is indeed a world wide web
Have you noticed your inbox being flooded with permission requests from just about everybody that has your email address? From the internet giants to ...
Who is America’s greatest living novelist?
Is it too soon to ask who is now America’s greatest living novelist? Philip Roth has been dead since Tuesday, and I’m a little curious as ...
Celebrities are just like us, they die
It is really annoying the way celebrities whom one has never met are constantly dropping dead and inflicting unwanted reminders of mortality on all of...
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...