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A week after announcing it would relocate to Martinsville from Henry County, Stone Dynamics has moved about 75 percent of its operations and is "up and running," its owner said.
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A summer camp similar to Minds in Motion - Dance EspaA ol - is coming soon through a collaboration between Piedmont Arts, Southwest Virginia Ballet and The Harvest Foundation.
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The Southern Area Agency on Aging will receive roughly 4 to 5 percent less federal funding for home-delivered meals, congregate meals and transportation for in-home services in the upcoming fiscal year.
After nearly three years of raising money, renovating and relocating, the Fayette Area Historical Initiative will hold a grand opening of its African-American Museum and Multi-Cultural Center on Wednesday.
Mo, the Martinsville Mustangs' mascot lies on a picnic table Monday night after playing with children who were on hand for the Mustangs' doubleheader against Forest City.
Martinsville is among 24 Virginia localities that will receive state funds for a new School Resource Officer position, thanks to a grant approved last week by the Criminal Justice Services Board.
Men take the positive fatherhood pledge Saturday as part of the Community Fun Day in uptown Martinsville.
More than 200 people attended a job fair/open house at Monogram Snacks on Saturday, the day after the company announced it is creating 100 jobs in Henry County.
An economic development announcement will be held at 9 a.m. today at Monogram Food Solutions, according to a release from the Martinsville-Henry County Economic Development Corp. George Roden, vice president of finance for Monogram, said the announcement and an open house at the Monogram plant on Saturday are "somewhat related."
"The issue was between INVISTA," a private company located on about three acres of the DuPont property in Henry County, and DuPont, he said.
The Rev. Thurman Echols Jr. holds a photograph of his arrest on June 10, 1963, on the morning of 'Bloody Monday' in Danville.
Two Alamance County Tax Department employees have been fired within a week as the Alamance County Sheriff's Office investigates funds were misappropriated, the Burlington Times-News reports .
Stone Dynamics Inc. is relocating from Henry County into a larger facility in Martinsville, creating 44 new jobs and investing $1.0 million in new equipment over the next three years.