To acknowledge their hard work and dedication throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the Greensville County Board of Supervisors adopted Resolution #21-67 by a vote of 4-0 which authorizes one-time… Read more
RICHMOND – The Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association (VHHA) and its VHHA Shared Services Corporation subsidiary has initiated a new professional relationship with Contact Harald, whic… Read more
Beginning the week of Nov. 16, Greensville County Public Schools librarians will be bringing books to students’ homes as part of their new program “The Reading Ride.” The vehicle will be posit… Read more
RICHMOND—Virginians will be able to feed their families a Thanksgiving meal for just over $6 per person this year, according to an informal price survey conducted by the Virginia Farm Bureau F… Read more
High school and middle school athletics are among the many casualties COVID-19 inflicted on Emporia-Greensville. The jury is out on a return date, but athletic opportunities remain available i…
The five-month postponement of the Family YMCA of Emporia-Greensville Golf Classic did not hamper the Emporia Country Club’s turnout. Sixteen teams of four players filled the course last week,…
On Friday, Oct. 9, the Family YMCA of Emporia-Greensville is hosting their 17th Annual Charity Golf Classic at the Emporia Country Club.
The TopHand Foundation hosts a Sept. 18 golf tournament at Emporia Country Club to support TopHand Foundation programs.
On Thursday, July 30, the Southside Piedmont Junior Golf Association (SPJGA) hosted its final championship tournament of the season at Tanglewood Shores Golf & Country Club in Bracey, Virg…
Students received a Halloween surprise while picking up their biweekly learning packets from Greensville Elementary School on Friday.
On Feb. 20, Jackson Field Behavioral Health Services was featured during the monthly Emporia-Greensville Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Before the March event happened, COVID-19 swept through Virginia, beginning a lockdown of businesses, schools, and community gatherings.
Last week Greensville County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Kim Evans received supplies from the County to assist in keeping the schools functioning during the pandemic.