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July 19, 2014 - 10:00am
September 27, 2014 - 7:00pm

Sharing a Meal: Building relationships one bite at a time

While some have things to be thankful for every day, there are others who have to search a little harder for the special things in their lives. A safe and secure environment seems second nature, but sometimes even those seemingly simple interests can be clotted with challenges.

Supervisors OK one-time payments for employees

In a 4-1 vote last week, the Board of Supervisors approved using part of a roughly $28 million surplus from fiscal 2010 for one-time payments to qualifying county employees.

BOS sends tattoo parlor back to Planning Commission

After hearing passionate pleas from residents, the Board of Supervisors sent the case of a proposed tattoo parlor on Iron Bridge Road back to the Planning Commission.

Thomas Dale loses a Knight in shining armor

Questions about the health of former football coach Vic Williams have been whirling around the area for months. Many Thomas Dale alumni and fans have shown their concern. Coach Williams died on Saturday, Nov. 20, after a drawn out battle with cancer.

Restructuring of Meadowbrook High approved

With a unanimous vote, the School Board recently cleared the way for the implementation of small learning communities at Meadowbrook High School.

Warriors make unforgettable visit to CQL Super Bowl

Saturday, Nov. 20, marked the first time in more than 15 years that a Wells football team had made it to the Super Bowl.

Johnson to play D-I basketball for Duke

Thomas Dale High School senior Ka’lia Johnson was 2 years old when she first began bouncing a basketball. Recently, her love and passion for the game, along with her focus on academics, Ka’lia Johnson after she signed the letter of intent with Duke.gave her reason to celebrate, as, surrounded by family, friends and mentors, she signed a letter of intent to play Division-I basketball for Duke University next winter.

Skyhawks remain perfect by crushing the Springers

Despite all of L.C. Bird High School’s success in football, there was one thing none of its team had accomplished: No Bird football team with a perfect 10-0 regular season record has been able to win a playoff game.