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Mayor Deborah Cochran is shown with Judge Bud Oliver Thursday night shortly before she was administered the oath of office by Oliver for her new four-... Commissioner Jon Cawley, right, gets a handshake from Judge Oliver after he was sworn in with the help of City Manager Barbara Jones, who held the Bib... Commissioner Steve Yokeley raises his hand ... (more)
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Two county men are behind bars under a six-figure bond, and four others are facing charges after county law enforcement executed a search warrant in the Flat Rock community Thursday afternoon.
Creating Successful Learners Student Jill Kelley places crackers in a food bag for the annual Friends Feeding Friends food drive by Lowes Foods.
Firefighters survey the scene as they fight a fire Tuesday evening on South Main Street.
The group held its raffle in Surry's Sheriff Graham Atkinson's office after selling 219 tickets.The leather helmet was built by Phenix Technologies Inc. of California and given to the winner of the drawing - Tim Winters.
Thurmond Midkiff of Mount Airy displays a watch his mother sent him while he was serving in Italy during World War II.
The company provides energy solutions for more than 175 investor-owned, municipal and co-operative utilities.
On a cold windy day with slow flurries blowing, it would have been the easiest thing in the world for Maria Nash to stay in a nice warm house - especially since she is 99 years old.
Martha and Ted Johnson of Pilot Mountain recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
One of the many colorful floats in Saturday's Mount Airy Christmas Parade passes by the historic Trinity Episcopal Church on North Main Street.... A float approaches the intersection of North Main Street and Independence Boulevard with the North Surry High School Marching Band close behind.... An estimated 6,000 to 7,000 people of all ages lined ... (more)
Marching bands, elaborate floats and a special visitor from the North Pole will be part of the annual Mount Airy Christmas Parade Saturday morning.
If the true meaning of Thanksgiving lies in giving thanks for abundant blessings, then hearts were overflowing at the 17th annual Community Thanksgiving Feast at First Baptist Church in Mount Airy.