VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital is in the process of implementing a new visitor badge program to improve patient, guest and team member safety. The new visitor badge program is set to … Read more
RICHMOND—Virginia’s Agriculture in the Classroom program is encouraging K-12 educators and organizations to apply for $30,000 in grants to help integrate agriculture into classroom curriculums… Read more
RICHMOND — The Virginia War Memorial in Richmond is seeking entries for the Virginia War Memorial 2020 Veterans Day Student Essay Contest. The contest is open to all Virginia middle and high s… Read more
LAWRENCEVILLE – Brunswick Dixie Youth League will sponsor 2020 Fall Ball Registration on Saturday, Aug. 8 and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sonny Wholey Memorial Park, 102 Tobacco Street for T…
At this stage of the calendar one year ago, Greensville County had its football schedule completed and waited for the first practice on Aug. 1. Everything changed this year with COVID-19.
Richard Bland College has announced it is suspending all intercollegiate athletics for the 2020-21 academic year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Since early March, Greensville County High School's spring athletes were itching to get on the field, track, and tennis courts for the 2020 campaign. It will not happen.
Greensville County’s Sanijah Robinson has been selected to the 2A Basketball Second Team All-State squad. It’s the second consecutive year Robinson was elected to the second team.
The William E. Richardson, Jr. Memorial Library in Emporia reopened Monday. There are restrictions in place to keep staff and visitors safe during the pandemic.
The Greensville Volunteer Rescue Squad received an appreciation dinner recently from Emporia State Farm Insurance Agent Peggy Malone.
COVID-19 has silenced staple community events for three months and counting. As municipalities throughout Virginia begin to awaken from a three-month hibernation, what will it mean for Emporia-Greensville’s annual celebrations and gatherings?