BREAKING: County Administrator Ronnie Roark to appear in court tomorrow morning (Friday) on Writ of Mandamus complaint that he didn't comply with state Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA).
Several more Nottoway County residents have been ‘greeted’ by very real-looking artificial black snakes, which had been placed overnight by a prankster or pranksters inside parked vehicles.
Two Nottoway County teenagers are temporarily confined to house arrest -- on condition that their parents limit their computer access -- after allegedly hacking into a auto manufacturer’s operational network.
Hoping to build on success of the Pickett Officers’ Club, the Nottoway Board of Supervisors is putting some of the County’s millions to work.
The main character in “Tiger King,” a Netflix documentary that’s the binge-watching talk of this nation during the COVID-19 pandemic, has ties to this area. Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage, aka “Joe Exotic,” lived several years with relatives in Lunenburg County as a young boy in the 1970s. The animal lover, who owned as many as 287 tigers at his Oklahoma zoo, also returned to this area in the early 2000s with four of his pet tigers as part of a traveling circus that performed at the old Blackstone High School property as a fundraiser for the Chamber of Commerce. “Tiger King” tells the story of Joe Exotic and an alleged murder-for-hire plot and is winning rave reviews.