A Wilsons couple continues to transform their grief from four years ago into acts of compassion for others.
Currently, all seven members of Council and the Mayor come up for re-election every two years.
Nottoway Supervisors were chastised Thursday night by citizen Thomas Crews, who apologized at the end of his remarks, admitting they were “harsh” but adding, “I assure the Board they were the nices
Steve Bowen quoted George Washington at Thursday night’s Board of Supervisors meeting.
Helen Simmons’ alleged refusal to share the County Administrator’s planned retirement date with all of her colleagues “concerns me as a citizen.”
Conflicting analysis -- to determine whether or not there’s mold in the Commissioner of Revenue’s office -- have the County awaiting results of a third test.
The Town of Crewe is preparing to spend upwards of $800,000 on a project to restore capacity at the Town’s sewer treatment plant.
A candidate for the Board of Supervisors says Nottoway County could achieve savings at its landfill with a phased-in recycling program.
BOARD HEARS FROM LANDFILL SUPERVISOR
Nottoway County should be very careful if it ever considers selling its landfill to a private company.
Nottoway County soon may be able to receive federal grants from the Economic Development Administration (EDA) because it’s now a member of the Commonwealth Regional Council (CRC).
The Lunenburg County Historical Society this week announced the winning entries in its annual photo contest. This year’s theme was “Lunenburg’s Yesterday.”
Bilal Z. Raychouni’s photo of the remains of Nash’s Mill (left) won first place in the Color division of the Lunenburg Historical Society’s photo contest.
Sailor’s Creek Battlefield State Park, located at 6541 Saylers Creek Road, Rice, invites the public to a free program, “Technologies of Terror,” this Saturday, Oct. 24th, from 1-3 p.m.
Across America, the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) stress chapter participation in a National Day of Service each Fall.
According to news accounts, Nottoway County Administrator Ronnie Roark is preparing to retire.
ECONOMIC VISION EFFORT UNDERWAY
How should Nottoway County promote and market itself to prospective new industry?
This was the scene Monday morning in the 700 block of Brunswick Avenue, where two Trump-Pence campaign signs were spray-painted.
An experienced prosecutor who was raised in Lunenburg County is now the Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney there.
NEW JERSEY VISITOR SAYS SHE’S GRATEFUL FOR KINDNESS
Nottoway County’s two animal control officers are receiving praise for their help with a county woman’s goats and the overall manner in which they care for animals.