Derek A. Thackston graduated in May from Virginia Commonwealth University’s Medical College of Virginia Health Sciences Division with a degree of Doctor of Medicine.
The William Taylor Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) held its last meeting prior to its summer recess at Watersview Restaurant in Littleton, NC, on Lake Gas
The Delta Alpha Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International recently installed its officers who will assume their positions on July 1st and serve two-year terms.
Lt. Col. Dennis Daniel (right) of Kenbridge was recognized Thursday (May 31st) by the local Civil Air Patrol (VA142) for his 45 years of service to the CAP.
Elizabeth Janet Dunn, daughter of Rick & Mary Dunn of Kenbridge, graduated Summa Cum Laude from Virginia Tech on May 11th, ranking first in her class of 26 students.
During Class Day exercises Thursday in the Kavalier gym, Kenston Forest School announced its Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and Historian for the Class of 2018.
Julia Davis (left), Regent of James Allen Chapter of the Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution, recently presented the DAR Good Citizenship Award to Taylor Katherine Berkley.
Eight students from Amelia High School and four students from Nottoway High School attended the Nurse Aide Pinning Ceremony at SVCC’s Alberta Campus on Wednesday, May 2nd.
Billy Boswell Scholarship recipients for 2018 were announced at Nottoway High School’s Class Night on May 17th.
Candice Lively and Andrew Alvis were married on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at the Lively home in Blackstone, VA. Kenneth Aune of Cary, NC officiated the ceremony.
A surprise entry -- and a refreshing one at that -- captured Downtown Blackstone’s Sandwich Sampler competition in the Town Square last Tuesday night (May 8th).
Logan Wilkerson (left) of Kenbridge and LJ Watson of Victoria were crowned Queen & King of prom respectively, when Central of Lunenburg High School held its annual junior-senior prom on April 2
Ryann Vermillion of Blackstone and DaJuan Walton were crowned Queen & King of prom, respectively, during Nottoway High School’s junior-senior prom held Saturday night, May 5th, at the Pickett O
The “Good Ship Lollipop” was the place to be Saturday during Kenston Forest School’s annual May Day program.
Kenston Forest Headmaster Paul Zanowski has announced the school’s top three honor students in 7th grade.
The Lunenburg County Historical Society and the Lunenburg County Public Libraries jointly hosted a program and book signing on Sunday, April 22nd, to celebrate the publication of Shirley Robertson
Kenston Forest seniors Robert Motley, Jr. (left) and Indigo Dougherty were crowned King & Queen of prom Saturday at the Camp Pickett Officers Club.
Ten Nottoway High School students won awards at the recent Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Longwood Region Spring Conference.
The Lunenburg County Historical Society and Lunenburg Historical Society invite the public to a presentation and book signing by Shirley Robertson Lee this coming Sunday, Apr. 22nd, at 2:00 p.m.
Thirty-two seniors, juniors, and sophomores from Kenston Forest School returned recently after spending three days at the State Capitol attending the YMCA’s Model General Assembly (MGA).