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Surry schools staying virtual until 2021

Most Surry County public school students will continue virtual learning until 2021. On a recommendation from Superintendent Sebrenia Sims, the school board decided that virtual ... Read more

3 days ago by Nate Delesline III.

Surry internet moves forward

Surry County residents are one step closer to better high speed internet access. Dominion Energy filed Oct. 1 for approval with the State Corporation Commission ... Read more

1 week ago by Nate Delesline III.

One bidder for Surry monument

Surry County received only one proposal during the 30-day window for museums and organizations to express interest in taking the county’s Confederate monument. On Sept. ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Stephen Faleski.

Surry approves new debt

Surry County’s Board of Supervisors approved issuing $6 million in new debt to support projects in the county’s capital improvement plan, including updating its mobile ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Nate Delesline III.

Surry schools eye reopening with concerns

All Surry County Public Schools students are being provided digital devices ahead of returning to class for 100% virtual learning on Sept. 8. But if ... Read more

2 months ago by Nate Delesline III.

Officials: Surry avoids virus surge

Although the Crater Health District, which includes Surry County, is experiencing an increase in COVID-19 community transmission, Surry is not an epicenter of a surge ... Read more

2 months ago by Nate Delesline III.

Crater Health District urges precautions as cases rise

The Crater Health District, which includes Surry County, is experiencing an increase in COVID-19 community transmission, and officials are urging residents to take precautions. Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

Surry celebrates river recognition

Grays Creek is now part of Virginia’s Scenic Rivers Program thanks to grassroots community efforts. Surry County and state leaders joined local residents on Aug. ... Read more

2 months ago by Nate Delesline III.

It’s gone

Surry Confederate monument removed The Surry County Confederate monument, formerly located in front of the county’s courthouse, is gone. The monument was removed from its ... Read more

2 months ago by Stephen Faleski.

Surry receives bids for Gray’s Creek trail

Surry County received five bids on Aug. 12 in response to its request for proposals for a 1,210-foot walking trail and park, which is to ... Read more

2 months ago by Stephen Faleski.

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