RICHMOND – On Tuesday, Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares launched his new “One Pill Can Kill” public awareness initiative, to help generate open, honest conversations amongst families ab… Read moreVirginia AG Miyares launches‘One Pill Can Kill’ Public Awareness Initiative
ETTRICK - VSU’s Dr. Adnan Yousuf of the Agricultural Research Station was awarded a $371,000 grant by the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program, or SARE. With this grant, Dr. … Read moreVSU professor Dr. Adnan Yousuf awarded SARE Program Grant
It’s been said that small businesses are the backbone of the American economy. Since 2010 Small Business Saturday has been the national effort to support those small businesses two days after … Read moreSmall Businesses Saturday coming to Emporia
RICHMOND, VA – The Virginia healthcare community is encouraging Virginians who haven’t done so to get vaccinated against the flu, get vaccinated or boosted against COVID-19, and to take person… Read moreVirginia Health Care Community Offers Safety Tips Amid Surge in Flu, Respiratory Virus Cases and Hospitalizations
All the turkey-time trappings of the Thanksgiving holiday tend to numb our sincere reflection. But this is a perfect time to consider whether we are thanks-giving or ungrateful people. Being g… Read moreThe Self-Absorbed Nine and the One Who was Grateful
Beating a bitter district rival in high school football is sweet enough. Beating them for a second straight week -- and in a state playoff game, no less -- is twice as sweet.
DINWIDDIE — The top-seeded Brunswick Academy varsity football team put the exclamation point on an outstanding season by topping second-seeded Blessed Sacrament-Huguenot 35-20 in the Virginia …
WILLIAMSBURG —Greensville County’s Lloyd Carter finished 37th in the 2A Region A cross country meet at Bruton High School Wednesday afternoon. Carter crossed the finish line with a time of 20:…
For the first time since 2018, the Greensville County Eagles have defeated their bitter rivals from Brunswick County High School. In the regular season finale, the Eagles held off the Bulldogs…
The Greensville County Eagles held on to the No. 4 spot in the 2A Region-A rankings following a 50-8 win over Franklin last week.
As of Thursday, Nov. 17, a total of $100 had been added to the Christmas Happiness Fund as we continue our march to our goal of $13,000 to bring Christmas joy to approximately 300 Emporia-Greensville children that might not otherwise have a present to open on Christmas day.
Amanda Posey, LPN, works in the Behavioral Health Unit at Southern Virginia Medical Center. She’s been working at Southern Virginia for more than 30 years and was just recently recognized with Bon Secours’ Core Culture Award, which celebrates those who embody Bon Secours’ Core Culture Behaviors.
It was only a few years ago that Brian Morris decided to join the Emporia Jaycees. In his brief time with the organization’s Emporia chapter, Morris has already made history.