Thursday Dec 5
Pittsylvania County Mother Plans Candle Lighting After the Loss of Her Son
Lucas Wayne was your typical little boy - who loved playing, laughing and being the focus of his mother's attention.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Tobacco Producers Across the Region Will Face Federal Cuts
Pittsylvania Co., VA - Thanks to sequestration, many tobacco growers across the country will be missing out on big bucks at the beginning of the year.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
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Life Saving Crew considered for Line of Duty Act benefits [Danville Register & Bee, Va.]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dec. 02--The Danville Life Saving Crew's 125 active members may soon have what its executive director, Tommy Pruett, calls an important incentive: Line of Duty Act benefits.
Riverside Produce and Plants Gives Tips On Choosing a Perfect Christmas Tree
Danville, VA- It is officially December and lots of people have started their holiday shopping.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Institute of Advanced Learning and Research Asking for School Supplies for Teacher Angel Tree Project
Educators are getting a help hand this holiday season all thanks to the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research in Danville.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Tobacco Commission Tabled Request For Barry Hill Mega Site
The Tobacco Commission considered an application requesting almost $2 million to go towards the Berry Hill mega park in Pittsylvania County.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Holiday Meal More Expensive
The Virginia Farm Bureau is reporting that a traditional Thanksgiving feast for ten people will cost $50.01.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Terry McAuliffe's Transition Committee may be more of the same or just a fluke
While I would like nothing more than to believe that Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe is unequivocal in his opposition to uranium mining in Virginia until the science proves such an endeavor safe for Virginians , we are dealing in politics, a world where positions can change with the blink of an eye.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Danville- Pittsylvania County Habitat For Humanity Reaches Major Milestone
Pittsylvania Co., VA-- They've been building homes for those who are in need for more than 20 years, and on Saturday the Danville-Pittsylvania County Habitat for Humanity reached a major milestone.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Benefit Dinner, Memorial Scholarship Planned in Honor of Slain Teenager
It's been a nightmare for a family on the Southside after the August death of a 19-year-old man in Pittsylvania County.
Documentary About Nuclear Power To Be Screened at Gretna Little Theatre
Pittsylvania Co., VA-- Two local groups aimed at bringing uranium mining to Pittsylvania County will be showing a movie this weekend to inform the public of its benefits.
Wife of man killed by Va. hunter sues shooter
The lawsuit naming Harry Hale Jr. was filed by the wife of Richie M. Pope, the man he shot in 2011.
Ending, for now, uranium debate
Where we stand Gov.-elect McAuliffe has made the right call, and said he'll oppose lifting the mining ban.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Fire Crews Fight 10 Acre Brush Fire in Pittsylvania County
Pittsylvania Co., VA-- A brush fire broke out in a wooded area behind a farm in the 400 block of Dry Fork Road in Pittsylvania County on Thursday.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
McAuliffe's Opposition to Uranium Mining Surprises Some on the Southside
According to a Hampton Roads media outlet, Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe announced this week he will stand behind the ban on uranium mining, but Virginia Uranium officials say that's a big change from a more neutral approach McAuliffe had taken in the last few weeks.
GED test changing
The GED test is changing, and officials who administer it locally want to make sure those who are nearly finished getting their high school equivalency do so before the changes take effect Jan. 1. The new GED test will be taken on a computer instead of using paper and pencil.