The hospice recently received the largest grant ever given by the Community Foundation Serving Western Virginia.
One county supervisor proposed cutting the June Bug’s $4,500 appropriation after the board discussed their drag show. A second supervisor agreed, but cited the center’s informational booth at a local Juneteenth celebration as her reason.
A Tennessee restaurant chain has the same name, so Buddy’s BBQ in Franklin County is holding a contest to pick a new name.
The professors will work with community groups across Virginia’s Appalachia region to commemorate the stories of peoples who haven’t received historical recognition. Six to 10 monuments will be erected by the end of 2025.
The legendary Montgomery County physician died Saturday at age 96.
Only three members of the famed World War II unit of Black pilots remains alive. Gordon Smith has taken it upon himself to carry their story forward. He will speak Friday at the Harrison Museum of African American Culture.
Mountain Gateway hopes to partner with Amazon to create a program for high school students from Alleghany County to Buena Vista to study computer technology.
In just its first six years, Film Lab students have been accepted into some of the country’s most prestigious film schools, as well as earning three National Student Production Award nominations from the organization that hands out the Emmys and entry into more than 30 national and international film festivals.
The Branch Group and Carter Machinery partnered with Kids Square to plan, design and build The Construction Zone as part of the museum in Center in the Square.
Salem mayor says it’s the most transformative economic development project in city’s recent history.