Following is a list of titles recently received at the Mt. Airy Public Library that are available for checkout:The Liar by Nora Roberts, fictionEvery Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline, fiction
In 2009, shortly after Mount Airy attorney Sarah Stevens was first seated in the North Carolina House of Representatives, she made what we considered an interesting proposal regarding the upcoming state budget process.
To the Editor,
Following is a list of titles recently received at the Mount Airy Public Library that are available for checkout:Chasing Sunsets by Karen Kingsbury, fictionMiracle at Augusta by James Patterson, fiction
Last week we looked at some very unpleasant signs from Jesus' prophecy of end-times events — wars, famines, disease, earthquakes, persecution, and an abundance of sin. Today we will look at some very positive signs our Lord gave us, which...
Following is a list of titles recently received at the Mount Airy Public Library that are available for checkout:Tortured Souls by Clive Barker, fictionGirls of Mischief Bay by Susan Mallery, large print fiction
As state legislators, and specifically our state senators, continue to decide the fate of a valuable economic development tool that has benefited much of North Carolina – the historic preservation tax credit – they would do well to...
As I was sharing with you last Friday, Jesus gave His followers signs to recognize when the season of his return was getting near. Join me in Matthew 24 of God's Word, as we examine the next sign He gave us.
If you thought that Jesus would return within a year's time from today how would you live the rest of your life up until He did? Would you try to quickly pen down and then rush out to accomplish your bucket list while you had time to? Would you...
To the editor,Sales taxes paid at home should stay at home.
One of the more controversial proposals to surface in this year's General Assembly session is Senate Bill 369, which would radically alter how sales taxes are collected and then distributed in North Carolina.
Today is the final day Mayor Deborah Cochran will serve in that capacity for Mount Airy.