State & Local News:
Published Every Monday Evening In Stokesdale, NC
Summerfield paid tribute to the memory of those lost in the September 11th attacks that occurred in 2001.
The new print edition of the newspaper has been delivered to around 80 locations in NW Guilford Co.
From WFMYTV-2: No one was injured in a blaze at the Lowe's warehouse facility on Highway 158 in Stokesdale.
A Sheriff's deputy said he saw a man carrying some items under their shirt out of the supermarket.
Stokesdale Council member John Flynt addressed reports his residency had changed in the last two weeks.
You can watch Stokesdale Council member John Flynt in a video as he addresses the Stokesdale Council.
From Yes Weekly: Guilford County recently approved the rezoning of a 569-acre tract on Hwy 150.
Since only three people filed to run for three council seats in Oak Ridge, they should win easily.
The Stokesdale Town Council voted to give $3000 to a new youth football program for kids in Stokesdale.
From Reidsville Review: A young woman was killed in a DUI wreck involving a Summerfield man, says HP.
According to the Sheriff's deputies, a man said he was the victim of road rage on Hwy 68 and was assaulted.
The Summerfield Town Council has voted on half of the expenditures for a building and engineering.
The park pool will be open through Monday on Labor Day and also throughout the entire weekend.
This week in the second of our video series, we get a tour of the Summerfield Fire Station and its fire engines.
Windows were shot out with a gun in downtown Stokesdale at two businesses, police say.
A Sheriff's deputy says he drove by the home and saw marijuana plants growing in the yard.
Sheriff's deputies say a man's wallet was stolen while he was cooking hot dogs at a church hot dog sale.
Eight people have filed for three seats on the Stokesdale Town Council, which have four year terms.
An Oak Ridge resident chased off a burglar and found out four days later someone had tried to break in again.
According to the Guilford Co. Board of Elections, the race for Mayor will consist of only two candidates.
The race for only three seats on the Summerfield Town Council will consist of eleven candidates.
Two storefronts closed in Oak Ridge, but the businesses that occupied them still have other locations open.
A public hearing on the referendum in November about the Town Manager form of government will be held.
We enjoyed the great Clear Soup, which is similar to that served at the more expensive Japanese restaurants.
Several thefts have occurred at area homes in northwest Greensboro, Colfax, and Summerfield recently.
Paving in Stokesdale on the busy highway was done between the Bi-Rite and Athony Road.
From News14.com: The Rockingham Co. Sheriff says that someone is throwing rocks onto cars below.
From The Madison Messenger: Fires next to the fire station arise suspicion about a possible repeat arson.
From WXII TV12: Sheriff Barnes said the release of an inmate was a "mistake" saying changes will be made.
The Stokesdale News is the first local newspaper to start featuring regular videos on its newspaper website.
We talk with new Summerfield Fire Department Chief Chris Johnson who will start working on September 1st.
A new gas station and 24 hour diner are open on Highway 220 north between Stokesdale and Madison.
In a letter to the editor, a reader says the source of the confusion in Summerfield over the election is clear.
A project with a sign that said "coming soon" for over a decade is finally underway in downtown Stokesdale.
Kayaks are big at Lake Higgins and the city has purchased another big order of the boats.
After painting over the grafitti from before, the vandals struck again and sprayed more work on the wall again.
A large new bookstore and coffee shop has opened in Oak Ridge with a wide selection of kids and adult books.
Police say that several carts have been broken into and iPods and cash stolen in the thefts.
A new sports bar is opening up in Oak Ridge in the shopping center at the Highway 150 and 68 intersection.
The small rental house on Hamburg Mill Road was a complete loss but no one was injured in the blaze.
The new ER Pearce Elementary will open on Pleasant Ridge Road near the airport for K-5 students in the fall.
Police found marijuana growing in Stokesdale and also say they found cocaine during several traffic stops.
Evidently, a man risked jail to steal two cases of beer from a local gas station, say police.
In April, a man caught a huge fish and others have caught 5 to 6 pound fish this summer as well.
Local owners of two lost dogs in town are trying to find their furry family friends with your help.
Hunting, especially for deer, will have some new twists across North Carolina starting this fall.
The Stokesdale News is looking for new writers, sales people, and delivery personnel for its newspaper.
A local dog owner was reunited with her dog in downtown Stokesdale after it was scared by a storm.
You can now get on the internet for free with your own laptop at several northwest Guilford area businesses.
A manager at the Stokesdale Bi-Rite rode his motorcycle all the way to the Arctic Circle in northern Canada.
The new free clinic offers dental services for children as well as indigent clients in northwest Greensboro.