Heavy rainfall Sunday led to a number of roads being closed due to flooding in Surry County — but public safety officials were worried Monday that the worst might be yet to come.
The Surry Arts Council has scheduled its opening for the rock opera “Jesus Christ Superstar” for April 25 at the Andy Griffith Playhouse.
The following divorces were granted by the Surry County Clerk of Courts on April 7:
Marriage licenses issued in Surry County.
The 2015 “Show Us Your Best” Northwestern Regional Library Traveling Photography Exhibit will be on display at the Charles H. Stone Memorial Library in Pilot Mountain until the end of April. The contest was sponsored by all member...
DOBSON – Local 911 workers were recognized last week as part of National Telecommunicator Appreciation Week.
The Surry County Board of Commissioners is scheduled to consider a more than $200,000 project to renovate the historic Dobson courthouse.
It was as if two straight days of rain primed Saturday's Spring Art Walk into bloom.Main Street Coordinator Lizzie Morrison said the annual event had more than 80 local and regional artists participating.
The Surry County Community Corrections office is seeking information on the whereabouts of the following individuals:
PILOT — Participants and organizers of the Surry County Schools Educational Foundation Third Annual MAD Dash 5K and Fun Run are in an “out of the starting blocks” frame of mind with a little less than two weeks remaining before the...
DOBSON — Wednesday evening Dobson Town Commissioners cut the ribbon on the town's first park facility, officially opening it for public use.
The identity of the driver of a compact car involved in a Friday afternoon bus crash has been released by officials.
DOBSON — This year Dobson's fourth annual Spring Folly focused participants on the town's newest community resource, Dobson Square Park.
With the driving and distractions of proms looming in around a week for some local schools, North Surry and Surry Central students received a haunting message from the bereaved mother of East Surry Student Christian Gage Edwards.
After a lengthy, bureaucratic-minded quasi-judicial hearing process failed to produce a solution to a rezoning dispute in Mount Airy, the issue was resolved by “common sense.”
Nickie Hackler shed tears of joy when she saw her new home for the first time. Thursday night students from East Surry and North Surry high schools handed the Hackler family a toolbox and the keys to the Habitat for Humanity home on which they have...
The driver of a compact car was transported to a Winston-Salem hospital Friday afternoon after a collision with a school bus in Mount Airy.
A State Road man was killed Thursday night after attempting to force his way into a home, according to the Surry County Sheriff's Office.
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...
Organizers characterized the fourth Surry County Economic Development Partnership BizFest business expo Thursday at Cross Creek Country Club more like a generator than a thermostat.
• The investigation of a suspicious-person call on London Lane this week led to the arrests of three people on various charges, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. After the Monday night incident, which included Emily Nicole...
No injuries were reported in connection with a Yadkin Valley Economic Development District Incorporated (YVEDDI) mini bus and a white Ford Ranger this morning at around 7:16 a.m. in Mount Airy.
Downtown Mount Airy's face soon will have a different look due to the city board of commissioners unanimously approving ordinance changes Thursday night to permit outdoor dining.
Surry Community College is looking to the county for an additional $242,000 in local funding in the upcoming fiscal year.
Affected Mount Airy voters apparently are OK with a proposal that could involve closing two precincts in the northern area of the city as a cost-saving measure.
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