The James Allen Chapter of the DAR recently honored two of its members for a combined 80 years of membership and service.
Kenston Forest School’s 6th and 7th graders sponsored a food drive at school to help The Lunenburg Salvation Army Food Bank.
Someone will win this lap quilt at 6:00 p.m. Friday night during Grand Illumination in Blackstone’s Seay Park.
Artist Beth Zitta Coburn (center), owner of Heavenly Hues Specialty Interior Painting, has been busy outside.
Artwork by five Nottoway Public School students is on display in the Hull Building of Longwood University in Farmville. The 2017 Youth Art Exhibition Winners include
Lunenburg Historical Society tour group members are shown on the front steps of the lavish Maymont mansion in Richmond.
FARMVILLE---At Fuqua School’s 25th Homecoming on October 27th, Carmen Leigh Reynolds, daughter of Roger & Rena Reynolds of Crewe, represented the Sophomore Class as Homecoming Princess.
A 2014 High Honor graduate of Nottoway High School recently was elected student body Vice-President of Internal Affairs at North Carolina A&T State University in Raleigh, NC.
Blackstone Rotarians last Tuesday, Oct. 24th--World Polio Day--formally dedicated a $7,000 playset, which is located inside the Wrigglesworth Sports Complex.
On Sunday afternoon, October 22nd, District III of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) hosted a tea in honor of State Regent, Judy Surber, at the Ploughcroft Tea
Central of Lunenburg seniors Cary Parrish and Brittany Tomlinson were crowned Charger Homecoming King & Queen last Friday night during halftime of the Chargers’ 62-48 loss to visiting Amelia Co
2017 has been a very fine year for local newlyweds Benjamin and Madison Winn, who were among the estimated 200-250 area residents enjoying Saturday’s 5th Annual Blackstone Wine & Beer Festival.
As Blackstone officials continue to grapple over how best to renovate the Town-owned Harris Memorial Armory--or whether to even renovate it at all--Crewe Town Council has weighed-in.
These princesses and princes will represent Nottoway High School’s 9th and 10th grade classes during Homecoming this Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs.
Lt. Rachel Retallick, a 2002 graduate of Nottoway High School, is shown here in recent photo near Statue of Liberty in New York City.
Would you like to have your Lunenburg Christmas ornament on the tree at the Virginia Executive Mansion this year?
Former First Lady of Virginia, Jeannie Baliles (2nd from left) was the keynote speaker Thursday evening at Blackstone Herb Cottage for the Nottoway Literacy Program’s 30th anniversary. Ms.
The marriage of Ms. Lindley Elizabeth Estes, daughter of Richard T. Estes and Mary Ann H. Estes of Kenbridge, Virginia, to Mr. Matthew Edward Thomas, son of Mr. Robert Keith...
Constitution Week, which is Sept. 17th-23rd each year, is being formally recognized in Lunenburg County. Linda Bagley (left), Vice-Regent of the William Taylor Chapter, DAR, and Merny Erby (right), Chapter...