The Kenbridge-based 5 O’Clock Women’s Club recently donated toiletries and other supplies to Madeline’s House, a regional shelter for victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault.
The Lunenburg-Nottoway Retired Teachers Association (LNRTA) recently presented “Welcome Back” gift bags to teachers and staff at Lunenburg County Public Schools’ Opening Convocation.
Central Café in Victoria celebrated its recent opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, August 9th.
Robert & Lillie Mae Edmonds of Blackstone will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Thursday, August 23rd. They were wed August 23, 1958 in Wilsons (photo at right).
The Blackstone Friends of the Library Literary Guild invite the public to “An Evening with Ralf Friedrichs” next Tuesday, August 21st, at 7:00 p.m. at Gilmore Environmental Consultants (108 N.
Dinwiddie County has received another Achievement Award from the Virginia Association of Counties (VACo) for its Robert & Betty Ragsdale Community Center in McKenney.
The Nottoway County Public Library System’s mascot, “Butterscotch,” is spending another Summer exploring the county.
When JoAnn Jones of Blackstone retired recently after 29 years of service at Reiss Manufacturing, her family arranged to have a stretch limousine pick her up.
A 1945 graduate of Blackstone High School was recently featured in a front page article in The Daily Progress in Charlottesville.
Margie Powers celebrated her 102nd birthday on Sunday, July 22nd! A native of Zuni, VA, she’s lived in Kenbridge for more than 70 years.
Nottoway High School’s Classes of 1988 and 1989 held a joint reunion over the week-end, including a Saturday night gathering at Mitchell’s Restaurant.
Mr. and Mrs. William B. York are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jessica Ashley York, to William Nathaniel James III (B.J.)
Lisa M. Hargrave would like to announce the engagement of her daughter, Kristin Renea Richardson, to Johnny Samuel Long, son of Joan and Michael Gentry, and Randy Long.
Last week’s July 4th Motorless Parade, sponsored by the Rotary Club, attracted a number of children on bicycles, tricycles, and other fun rides.
Charles Simpson carried the flag and was among those leading the pedestrian procession in Blackstone Rotary Club’s 6th Annual Motorless Parade.
Steve Israel (in top hat), President of the Lunenburg County Historical Society, portrayed Dr.
Capitol Hill was among the venues visited June 10th-14th by Southside Electric Cooperative (SEC) Youth Tour delegates.
Crewe Councilwoman-elect Wendy Bowen, a longtime Democrat, and Crewe Mayor Greg Eanes, a Republican, were among those talking politics, in a civil manner, at Friday’s Crewe Chicken Festival.
A good time seemed to be had by all Friday at the annual Chicken Festival in Crewe.