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Commonwealth Chorale Seeks Singers For Mozart Requiem

Commonwealth Chorale Seeks Singers For Mozart Requiem

Staff Report FARMVILLE – Interested singers are invited to join the Commonwealth Chorale in rehearsal for spring performances of Mozart’s Requiem.  Rehearsals begin February 7 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. at Farmville…

Getting to Know You

Getting to Know You

Lonnie Calhoun III speaks to the crowd at the Charlotte Adult Learning Center’s Open House, held last week at the center. Lonnie is the new director of the center, located…

Closure for Local Family

Closure for Local Family

Remains Confirmed as Virginia Edmonds, Missing Since 2013 LUNENBURG – Sheriff Arthur Townsend and the Lunenburg County Sheriff’s Office confirmed on Wednesday, January 25 that they had received confirmation from…

Lady Chargers Lose Tough Game To Prince Edward County Eagles

LUNENBURG – The Central Chargers Varsity Girls Basketball team ran into a player that was on fire in their recent game against Prince Edward. The huge game from Da’Mya Harris…

Lady Eagles Outlast R-H In Close JRD Game

FARMVILLE – The two JV girls basketball teams had a close game recently that was a defensive battle. The PE squad jumped out to an early 11-4 lead at the…

PE Eagles Beat R-H Statesmen Despite Big Game from Pugh

FARMVILLE – The Prince Edward Eagles pulled out a hard fought game on the hardwood against Randolph-Henry in a recent 55-49 JRD victory. Randolph-Henry, now 5-5 on the season got…

CFS CEO Speaks to Lunenburg Board

CFS CEO Speaks to Lunenburg Board

LUNENBURG – Container First Services (CFS) President and CEO Rob Guidry spoke to the Lunenburg County Board of Supervisors and citizens in attendance during the January board meeting. Mr. Guidry…

VPD Warns Grandparents To be Wary of Callers Posing as Grandchildren

VICTORIA – The Victoria Police Department noted that a local citizen was recently contacted in what has become known as the “Grandparents Scam.” In this most recent scam in the…

Monday Morning Break-In Hits Area Business

Monday Morning Break-In Hits Area Business

CREWE – Store owners throughout Southside Virginia have been dealing with break-ins that sadly seem to be an increasing issue. Location does not even stop the culprits as was seen…

Meherrin Volunteer Fire and Rescue Installs Officers

Meherrin Volunteer Fire and Rescue Installs Officers

MEHERRIN – The Meherrin Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department held their annual awards banquet for its members and their families last Saturday night.  President James Hurt welcomed those present and…