Blackstone’s unprecedented 2018 elections, which included a record 15 declared candidates last Tuesday, May 1st, is about to make more local history with an anticipated recount.
Kenston Forest 7th graders Hanna Bridgforth Mahaney and Peyton Vaught were crowned Queen and King of May, respectively, during the school’s May Day celebration Saturday.
Last Friday morning was a ride these 20 Kenston Forest students likely won’t forget. All escaped injury when their driver swerved off the road to avoid an oncoming big rig.
Muscle cars were no match for the elegance of Dinwiddie High School senior Tashantae Gee, who dropped by Saturday’s Blackstone Cruise-In in her prom dress.
A total of 2,110 voters are registered to cast ballots next Tuesday, May 1st in what could be one of Blackstone’s most historic Town elections.