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It’s not every day the kids in Pilot Point High School get to see their teachers and staff members get a bit silly, but Halloween morning was an exception. 

Multiple Marios and Luigis raced down the hallways of the school that were lined with students taking pictures an...

The city of Pilot Point and the Harris family gained traction on finding a solution to the question of what to do about the house at 522 East Burks Street. 

Since 2014, the structure at that address has been considered by the city staff to be substandard and thus a haza...

Faces both familiar and new filtered through the crowd in the Summit Church parking lot Saturday, showing their support of Ariel Porter, a Providence Village girl who was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer this year. 

Proceeds raised among the smo...

The Farmers and Merchant Bank was struck again by the infamous Bonnie and Clyde duo Saturday. 

Pilot Point celebrated the 10th annual Bonnie and Clyde Days at The Square on a cool, clear day. 

In 1966, Pilot Point hosted Hollywood filmmakers and actors as they filmed a b...

Bruce having breakthrough season for Bearcats

Injuries prevented Javon Bruce from tapping into his potential in 2018, but so far this year, he’s having a breakthrough season, putting the Bearcats in the thick of the race for the district championship. 

The Pilot Point se...

Drumlines from area schools compete at first PPHS invitational at Massey Stadium

Students from six different high schools braved the heat Saturday morning as they showcased their talents in front of a small but joyful crowd at the first Pilot Point Drumline Invitational...

The newest member of the Northeast Police department is a bit furry.

Jax, a 4-year-old bridle-colored Dutch shepherd will be the official K9 Police dog and Officer Nathan Johnson’s partner. Jax will help the NEPD fight drug crime along the 380 and 377 corridors in the a...

Sometimes in life, there is nothing like a friend. 

A pair of Lady Cat teammates feel that way when they are on the volleyball court—and off it, too. 

“We are best friends,” Shelby Malone said of Alyssa David. 

“On the court and off it,” David added with a smile.

Malone an...

College reps make pitches to students at Pilot Point High

Recruiters from over 100 universities, institutions and trade schools flooded Pilot Point High School Tuesday afternoon, beckoning students to come and learn about a multitude of programs with colorful banners, i...

Pilot Point volunteer working with city on plan to restore Bloomfield Schoolhouse

Chris Aquinaldo climbed a ladder to check out how the roof of the Bloomfield Schoolhouse is supported. 

At some point in its 130-year history, the one-room schoolhouse was moved, and the to...

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