On Saturday, a historical marker about the 1951 team will be unveiled.
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The French baron who tried to start a colony in Southwest Virginia comes to life on stage
A play staged this weekend in St. Paul will tell the story of Pierre Francois du Tubeuf, who tried to create a French colony on the Clinch River.
Lost documents from 1912 Carroll County courthouse shoot-out found
The documents were found in the basement of the Wythe County Courthouse and have now been returned to Carroll County.
Virginia Racing College keeps Martinsville’s motorsports economy on track
The program at Patrick & Henry Community College is now 20 years old.
Vaccine mandate prompts Bedford County to consider selling county nursing home
Bedford is just one of five Virginia localities with a municipally-owned nursing home.
Mary Anne Hall and other public healthcare nurses work to save their communities
Carroll County has the lowest COVID vaccination rate in Virginia. The health department is trying to change that.
Roanoke museum wants to become a state agency
State Sen. John Edwards’ bill would convert Virginia Museum of Transportation from non-profit to state agency.