NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – Virginia voters rank themselves moderate, leaning slightly conservative, but support Democrats’ proposals on health care, immigration, environmental policy and economic fai… Read more
WASHINGTON—Legislation that would help farmers participate in carbon markets has been reintroduced to the U.S. Senate for consideration after clearing the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutr… Read more
VIRGINIA BEACH VA – May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, a reminder to motorists to share the road. Motorcyclists are considered vulnerable road users because of the lack of protection th… Read more
Richmond, VA – Virginia’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) will again release emergency allotments of benefits to eligible households this month. Benefits will be automatically… Read more
LAWRENCEVILLE – The 2021 Taste of Brunswick Festival will be held on Saturday, Oct. 9, at the Brunswick County Airport. The Taste of Brunswick Festival Planning Committee met in April and vote… Read more
The year-long wait is over.
The Greensville Education Foundation has received a $5,000 Social Justice Grant from the National Football League Foundation. Former NFL player and Emporia native Willie Gillus gifted the grant.
Christian Buffaloe, an Instructor of local Kyokushin Karate classes was recently promoted to Shodan, 1st Degree Black Belt, by the International Kyokushin Karate Organization in Tokyo, Japan.
Greensville County High School students will have a spring sports season, following a 4-1 vote by the Greensville County School Board during their meeting on Monday. There was one Board member…
Greensville County teen Brett Allen is pretty handy with his 12 gauge Browning Citori Over and Under shotgun.
Saturday marked the kick-off of the two-week annual City of Emporia Spring Cleanup. Citizens, City leaders, and government officials were on hand to walk the streets and assist the Emporia Sanitation Department in picking up litter throughout the day.
Aside from frontline healthcare workers, perhaps no profession has been asked to do more during the COVID-19 pandemic than our teachers. Even the most experienced of educators had to adapt on the fly on a daily basis to the challenges presented by the pandemic. Mary Lou Phelps, a teacher at …
Bidders came from North Carolina, Smithfield, Virginia, and many were from right here in Emporia Greensville. It was similar to an atmosphere of a major sporting event, and excitement was in the air.