In a county already not known for fast internet, the Board of Supervisors has been “frozen” for two months on how best to upgrade the County’s website.
Here are the latest reported COVID-19 case numbers for our area, as of 10:00 a.m. yesterday morning (Tuesday, Oct. 20th), according to the Virginia Dept. of Health.
Nottoway County soon may be able to receive federal grants from the Economic Development Administration (EDA) because it’s now a member of the Commonwealth Regional Council (CRC).
Over the objections of District Two rep John Roark, the Nottoway Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 Thursday to evenly distribute $270,000 in additional County money between the emergency squad and thr
Nottoway County will host a course for Incident Command training, thanks to the efforts of Burkeville’s Assistant Fire Chief.
A plan to bring the Nottoway Voter Registrar’s Office back to the courthouse complex has been derailed and possibly ‘demolished’ by District Two Supervisor John Roark, who says the estimated $115,0
Long-time Nottoway poll worker Sharon Caldwell was among those attending Thursday night’s Board of Supervisors meeting.
A woman leading an effort to rename the old high school building -- now Nottoway Intermediate School -- in memory of the late Dr. Luther H. Foster says her request is gaining positive momentum.
Bruce Brandon, a well-known Democrat and contributor to the Courier-Record Opinion page, emailed us this photo showing his Biden-Warner-Webb signs that were run over one night last week on his prop
For the second time this month, Nottoway County has a suspicious fire at an unoccupied house. No one was injured.
Halting a Halloween tradition, at least for this year, Blackstone Police will NOT block-off a section of Brunswick Avenue for safer trick-or-treating, due to COVID-19 and CDC recommendations to avo
Commonwealth’s Attorney Leanne Watrous confirms reports that her office is looking into complaints that one of three men running for Mayor of Burkeville doesn’t meet legal residency requirements.
The third week-end of bow season ended tragically in Nottoway County, where a hunter was found dead Sunday night after falling from the platform of his tree stand.
I wish Supervisor John Roark had given me a headsup that he was on his way to the courthouse Thursday night.
SUPPORTERS SAY CRITICS SHOW LACK OF RESPECT
Ronald E. Roark, Nottoway’s long-time County Administrator, received an early birthday present of sorts Thursday night.
While Blackstone Town Council awaits results of a contentious referendum to help settle its 18-year saga with the old armory, the Town of Crewe is finalizing a deal to buy the Crewe Community Cente
Supervisor John Roark wasn’t supposed to attend Thursday’s Board meeting.
If Blackstone’s Town Manager received a slap on the wrist behind closed doors, Council didn’t leave any visible marks.
County Administrator Ronnie Roark is due in General District Court at 1:30 p.m. today (Wednesday) for a hearing to determine whether or not he violated Virginia’s Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA).
PARENTS WILL STILL HAVE OPTION OF ALL-VIRTUAL