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Chase City Officers called "heroes" after shooting

Two Chase City Police officers are being credited with saving the life of a shooting victim on Saturday night. Patrolman John Reese and N. Fitz were the first officers on the scene of the shooting at Green Acres Tailer Park outside of Chase City last Saturday night and their first aid efforts to kee

SOUTHHILLENTERPRISE.COM - 2017-12-15 18:26:00

Stolen Trucks, Practicing Evil and the In Crowd

The stories in this column are true. Averett lives a dull life in rural Southside Virginia with his wife Management, two children and a rotating assortment of goats, dogs, cats, snakes and other local fauna. Last month someone stole my little Dodge truck Sioux.I was upset for several reasons.The fir


Snow Doesn't Stop Santa or the Grinch

While the Friday night parade was cancelled, Victoria officials held their 6th Annual Small Town Christmas celebration. Some of the events that had been planned, including the Craft House and rides in the park, couldn't take place with snow still falling on Saturday morning, but everyone knows that


R-H Band Director to Perform at Longwood

FARMVILLE - The 23rd annual Longwood Honors Jazz Ensemble and the 27th annual Honors Concert Band performances will be held on Friday, January 12, at 7:30 p.m. in Jarman Auditorium at Longwood University. More than 120 outstanding musicians representing 13 area high schools will combine to form thes


Village Antiques is Charlotte County Chamber Business of the Month

With the Holiday shopping season upon us, what better gift to give than something interesting and unique. The Village Antiques & Collectibles shop was opened by Nancy Jefferson in 2010 and continues to get better with more diverse items all the time.The shop also has various Civil War memorabilia an


Ignorance, Stupidity and Grandstanding

Way back when I was a student at SVCC one of the professors, Tucker Keiser, told a student who didn't want to take a class because he knew nothing about the subject, "Well, I certainly wouldn't let ignorance keep me from getting an education." He went on to say, ignorance is lack of knowledge and is


Phenix Elementary School Spelling Bee

On Thursday, December 7, 2017, Phenix Elementary School held its annual Spelling Bee.After the homerooms held their class spelling bees, the winners from each participated in the school's competition.Representing first grade were Kinley Bryant and Ryan Williams.Second grade spellers were Jamarius Gr


Author holds book reading, discussion

Hudson Heritage Farms hosted a book reading, discussion and signing at Elmo Grocery on Monday evening. The book titled, "Oak House Within Dwells," was written and published by Andrea Palmer Woodward McKinney. McKinney was born in Wales, lived in Canada and later, while in her teens, immigrated to th

YOURGV.COM - 2017-12-15 05:00:00

Merrimack Valley High School to establish hall of fame

There’s no shortage of memorable athletes or coaches who’ve walked the halls of Merrimack Valley High School since its establishment in 1967. Now, there will finally be a place for the likes of Bob Tewksbury and Scott Drapeau to forever be immortalized in the corridors of their former school. In con

CONCORD MONITOR - 2017-12-15 08:00:00

Merrimack capital improvement plan includes proposal for new public safety complex

MERRIMACK - A proposal for a new public safety complex to house both the police and fire departments has been included in a new, six-year capital improvement plan (CIP) for the town. Paul Micali, the town's finance director, presented the recommended 2018-2024 capital improvement plan to the Town Co

UNION LEADER - 2017-12-15 08:11:00

Merrimack officials support toll plan, but voice concerns

MERRIMACK - Although town officials are supporting a proposed toll plan being considered by the Executive Council, at least two town councilors are expressing concerns. "I find that tolls are the most inefficient, archaic way of collecting revenue to fix your highways, so I think they should all be

UNION LEADER - 2017-12-15 08:10:00

Cook represents Middlesex League in fundraising wrestling match

BURLINGTON - Paxton Cook has already wrestled in many big matches during his high school career. He undoubtedly will wrestle in many more, as the Wilmington High senior stormed his way to the Middlesex League championship last season in the heavyweight division and will be looking to come back even

HOMENEWSHERE.COM - 2017-12-16 18:00:00

Air force veteran granted his dying wish: to see "The Last Jedi"

Last week, WMUR interviewed Ron Villemaire, a veteran in hospice care, who's dying wish was to see "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." Veteran in hospice care has one final wish: to see the new 'Star Wars' movie Now, that wish has been granted. It wasn't your typical Saturday for Villemaire. The 69-year-old

WMUR.COM - 2017-12-17 01:06:00

'Last Jedi' wish for dying Star Wars fan, granted

Ron Villamaire gets some weaponry pointers from Chewbacca before heading in to see "The Last Jedi," his dying wish. Photo/Jeffrey Hastings BEDFORD, NH - A dying man who's wish was see the new "Star Wars" movie had his wish come true with the hard work of some community volunteers. Ron Villemaire, 69

MANCHESTERINKLINK.COM - 2017-12-16 20:46:42

Keno 603 launch met with enthusiasm in NH

From right, Pat Mack, Kevin Abood and Dave Brenner buy Keno tickets at Billy's Sports Bar in Manchester on Friday. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER) The normal distractions at noontime watering holes - nonstop sports news, social media feeds, run-of-the-mill barstool banter - was widely ignored Friday as l

UNION LEADER - 2017-12-16 06:18:00

Hollis police arrest Maine fugitive from justice

A Manchester man was arrested by Hollis Police Thursday afternoon as a fugitive from justice from Maine. Erik Bradbury was arrested after an officer saw him driving on Ash Street around 1 p.m., police said. The officer ran Bradbury's license plate and found he was wanted by Maine authorities for a p

WMUR.COM - 2017-12-16 21:54:00

Local retailers compete with big box stores and online outlets

A steady stream of visitors kept downtown Perry retailers busy on Thursday but that's not always a sure thing. "A small business owner does chase an added challenge," said Darlene McLendon, president and CEO of the Perry Area Chamber of Commerce. That challenge is competing with big box stores and o

WMAZ - 2017-12-15 04:25:47

Perry Volunteer Outreach and Hayward's Hands partner for children's holiday toy drive

Perry Volunteer Outreach and Hayward's Hands have partnered for five years to make sure that children receive gifts on Christmas/Ronshad Berry (WGXA) PERRY, Ga. -- Perry Volunteer Outreach and Hayward's Hands partnered for the fifth year on a children's Christmas toy drive. Tresa Duncan with Haywar

WGXA.TV - 2017-12-15 18:19:26

Perry volunteers pass out more than 400 meals and toys for Christmas

Volunteers in Perry are helping families in their community. Yvonne Thomas spoke to community members that say they're giving back in the spirit and memory of people who gave to them. More than 400 boxes of food and 100 toys, dozens of volunteers are working together for an annual giveaway that's ev

WMAZ - 2017-12-15 23:46:18

Warmer And More Unsettled Weather On The Way

We have another chilly night in the forecast for tonight. Expect overnight lows generally in the low to mid 30s with some upper 30s possible south of Warner Robins. Tomorrow we warm up in to the 60s for the afternoon with a southeasterly breeze. The bulk of the day tomorrow is dry before some shower

WMAZ - 2017-12-17 00:30:51