If you’re looking to start (or expand) your own summer reading list, check out five of the novels I’ll be diving into this season.
The Scott County Board of Supervisors on Monday approved a letter of support agreement for a grant application being submitted by the county’s Economic Development Authority. If awarded, the funds would be used to make trail improvements at the Devil’s Bathtub.
The board approved its budget and tax rates for fiscal year 2020-21 at a meeting Monday afternoon.
While some local churches have already resumed in-person services, others are still holding off for a future return. The Times News spoke with leaders at four local churches to get their plans for reopening
To make up for lost funds, the organization has launched a “drive for $5” fundraiser, encouraging donors to give $5 or more online or by mail.
Founder Kristina Dulaney has worked with a number of new mothers over the last two years, but the global pandemic has created many new challenges.
Scott County’s tax collection rate was a lengthy topic of discussion during last week’s Board of Supervisors meeting.
Scott County Sheriff Jeff Edds and Maj. Jason Jenkins presented a vehicle-replacement plan to the board. The plan would allow the sheriff’s office to finance 13 new vehicles — 11 Dodge Durangos and two Dodge Ram pickup trucks.
The novel, called “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes,” was released May 19. I finally had time to finish reading it last week, and surprisingly enough, it lived up to my expectations.
The board held a public hearing on its draft budget at its meeting on Wednesday. The board will vote to adopt its budget at another meeting later this month.