Kevin Jones was hauling his daughter’s car last Wednesday morning (Sept. 13th) when it began smoking and burst into flames. Blackstone firefighters responded to the 11:35 a.m. call on Taylor...
Nottoway High School senior James Cox recently placed 3rd in the state on the American Chemical Society “Olympiad” exam in the small school category. He’s the son of Jim &...
A large number of friends and family members gathered Sunday at the Lunenburg Courts Complex for the unveiling of an official portrait of the late W. Roy Moore that will...
On Sunday, September 3rd, Mrs. Shirley R. Lee (2nd from right) presented a 1935 photo of the old Unity School to Unity Baptist Church in Kenbridge. She also shared a...
When Cynthia Irby returned to work from her lunch break, she was crying.
Her boss was concerned and asked what was wrong.
Dwight & Pat Wray of Wilsons celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, August 26 at the Fort Pickett Officer’s Club.
Anita White of Lunenburg County recently received recognition from the Commonwealth of Virginia for 45 years of service at Southside Virginia Community College.
Chelsea Rae Mayton and Christopher Thomas Shelton are happy to announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.
Leadership in Nottoway County Public Schools this year includes these buildinglevel administrators.
Dinwiddie County native Helen Byrd Watkins turned 100-years-old on August 1st.
There’s a special bond between mothers who have lost a child.
And those deep ties--both painful and comforting--were on display recently at Grace United Methodist Church in Wilsons.
Leaders of the National Daughters of the American Revolution, James Allen Chapter, attended the District III DAR meeting held Saturday, Aug. 5th at Fuqua School in Farmville.
Five generations of descendants of the late Ira & Irene Edmonds, all of Blackstone and ranging in age from one to 85, gathered for a recent family photo.
The transition process for foster kids can be tough.
The inaugural Powers Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Hannah Warren at the Virginia Tech Southern Piedmont Agricultural Research and Extension Center (AREC) Tobacco Field Day on July 27, 2017.
A rising sophomore at Kenston Forest School returned recently from the University of Virginia’s Young Writer’s Workshop, held at Sweet Briar College in Amherst.
At the annual business meeting of the Lunenburg County Historical Society, President Steve Israel (right) read comments of appreciation for services provided to the Society by Jacqueline B.
“Places in the Heart,” an exhibition featuring the works of Lunenburg artist Eldridge Bagley, opened this week at Ripberger Public Library in Kenbridge and will run through Tuesday, September 5th.
Marjorie B. Powers of Kenbridge will turn 101-years-old this coming Saturday, July 22nd. Mrs. Powers is the oldest member of Kenbridge United Methodist Church.
Staff and residents of Heritage Hall in Blackstone paused Thursday afternoon to remember RN Tammy Luck, 49, of North Dinwiddie, who died Sunday, July 2nd, in an automobile accident on U. S.