Man, oh man! 500 hotel rooms on Rt. 40! How many hotels are we going to get? 500 rooms has got to mean three or four. And which brands?
A developer planning to buy land from Nottoway County on Rt.
A Nottoway County woman was hospitalized for two nights after being struck by a copperhead while sitting on the steps to her home.
Negotiations between a prospective buyer and the Board of the former Virginia United Methodist Assembly Center in Blackstone reportedly are continuing this week.
A crowd estimated at between 200-300 persons from at least nine different local churches enjoyed an hour-long worship service 10 a.m. Sunday morning in Blackstone’s Seay Park.
A Nottoway County woman has been reunited with her pet cat after a two-hour hearing in General District Court.
Supervisor Steve Bowen said he wanted to “make a statement” to the School Board last Thursday.
But speakers urge officials to withhold new money
Authorities in Crewe are investigating their second armed robbery of the year at 24/7, also known as C-Mart convenience store.
An eight-year-old Nottoway County girl is undergoing a series of rabies vaccinations after being bitten by a raccoon that tested positive for the fatal disease.
About 100 people turned out Saturday on the lawn of Schwartz Tavern for a children’s Easter Egg hunt organized by supporters of renovating the Harris Memorial Armory, which is shown in background.
A Nottoway taxpayer, who for several years has been critical of school spending, says he will ask the Board of Supervisors to give the Division more money so it can keep Burkeville Elementary Schoo
Holy Week ‘sacrifice’ for School Board
Blackstone Baptist Church is among several local houses of worship displaying crosses in anticipation of Easter, which is this coming Sunday, April 16th.
Mike Shreck was driving along this stretch of Piney Green Road last Tuesday morning, around 10:15 a.m., when he says a mountain lion crossed the road in front of him.
In an episode that aired nationally last week, a former Kenston Forest teacher was a winner on the television game show, “Jeopardy!”
Hundreds of bidders and curious onlookers turned-out Saturday for an auction of contents at the former Virginia United Methodist Assembly Center. This photo was taken around 11 a.m.
The circus “came to town” the hard way this week.