Carefully wording a sensitive report on a government scandal included an encouraging message. It is, however, a little too good.
If the idea of Church Watch sounds too “churchy” and throws a scare, consider child abuse and children in our neighborhoods.
Getting poked into preparation is positive. We advocate preparedness year around, be it hurricane season in the summer and fall or the wintry mix that comes between December and March.
Community activity has gradually been changing the last two weeks. Monday, it fully switches to school in session when the public schools finally get going. We might not have children in school or work on the campuses, but all around us, things change and impact how we interact.
Sustainability for half a century requires hard work, an ability to adapt and many willing hands and hearts. The Kittrell Job Corps celebration on Friday is deserving of the highest praise.
Opening night for high school football is special. And it has arrived.
Watching different areas of our community rally together strengthens belief for a bright future. In various areas, school children are getting assistance, security in residential areas has drawn attention, and our nonprofits are being remembered and aided. That’s just a little of a community that is binding together.
Many students have already, or will soon, be leaving us for college campuses. Several entities, including the Better Business Bureau and the state attorney general’s office, have issued tips in the past to help students avoid scammers. They are worth another mention.