11 hrs ago
Slippery Sunday forecast
Wayne Eanes of Fieldale leaves the Heritage Home Center in Stanleytown on Saturday with two bags of ice melt and extra batteries in preparation for today's icy forecast.
12 hrs ago
Pearl Harbor attack survivors' memories vivid
Even now, 72 years later, Herbert Gibbs can recall the sound and the sight of Japanese fighters overhead and into the distance, aiming to destroy American planes and ships - seemingly all but the one he was on.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Assistant city manager interviews planned
City officials intend to conduct interviews for Martinsville's assistant city manager's job before they meet with applicants for police chief.
Adkins seeks support for stalled project
Martinsville Mayor Kim Adkins stands with Danville Mayor Sherman Saunders at the White House Mayors Manufacturing Summit in Washington.
Citizens urged to take precautions against flu
If you have the flu, you probably think this flu season is worse than usual. But so far, that's not the case.
Kudzu bug is making presence known
Winter may be just around the corner, but that hasn't stopped the kudzu bug from appearing in and around area homes.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Local crews ready to tackle winter weather conditions
Eddie Frazier, city public works field superintendent, stands with two city trucks ready to take to the roads to treat snow and ice.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
NCI building on track for completion in May
The New College Institute building on the Baldwin Block in Martinsville is about 50 percent complete, according to NCI Executive Director William Wampler.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Reversion referendum is at issue
A Martinsville City Council member's request that a state senator introduce legislation that would require the city to put the reversion proposal to a vote is being resisted by Mayor Kim Adkins.
Fire damages house in city; one displaced
Unattended cooking caused a fire that did about $12,000 in damage to a house at 117 Village St., but no one was injured, said Wesley Brooks, captain with the Martinsville Fire Department.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Evaluation: CHILL has helped area
The CHILL youth task force has contributed to a decline in the use of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs among area teenagers over the past decade, according to a recent evaluation of the group, other data and CHILL officials.
SPCA looks to new, old methods for fundraising
A puppy that is up for adoption peers out from one of the Presents for Pets donation boxes at SPCA of Martinsville-Henry County.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Applications for NCI internships accepted
A New College Institute summer internship program designed to help the Henry County-Martinsville area retain its young professionals and attract new ones is entering its seventh year.
Businesses encouraged by start of big weekend
Sue Damron , Brad Damron and Jacob Damron, 9 , shop for gifts Friday at Roses in Martinsville.
Marshall may seek input on reversion
Del. Danny Marshall said Friday he may ask for state input on the issue of Martinsville reverting to town status.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Magna Vista loses
Martinsville Bulletin, Inc. P. O. Box 3711 204 Broad Street Martinsville, Virginia 24115 276-638-8801 Toll Free: 800-234-6575 The Warriors fell in the 3A West Regional finals, before the brackets cross with the eastern half for the state semifinals.
More than a meal
Pastor Lorenzo Hall of Reach Out Apostolic Tabernacle and Anthea Barbour, who was in charge of Thursday's Thanksgiving meal at the Sportsman's Club, look over the serving line.
Turkey Day 5K draws hundreds
Runners finish the Turkey Day 5K and Family Fun Run in uptown Martinsville on Thursday.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Bikes for Tykes goal is 1,170 bicycles this year
File Photo by Stacey Hairston: The first collection stop for this year's 15th annual Bikes for Tykes campaign will take place Saturday at Walmart in Rocky Mount.