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Longwood Hosts Noted Political Journalist – Jamelle Bouie to Speak on Race & Democracy Nov. 29

Longwood Hosts Noted Political Journalist – Jamelle Bouie to Speak on Race & Democracy Nov. 29

FARMVILLE – In sharp, daily columns and on network television news roundtables, Slate’s Jamelle Bouie has emerged as one of the few political journalists breaking through the hurried day-to-day and…

From Print Model to Pulpit – Farmville District Appoints First-Ever African American Woman to its District Conference

From Print Model to Pulpit – Farmville District Appoints First-Ever African American Woman to its District Conference

The Farmville District makes up well over 80+ churches and spans many counties including Charlotte, Lunenburg, Prince Edward and Nottoway. If you ask Kyla about all of the accolades her…

New Thrift Store Opens in Farmville

New Thrift Store Opens in Farmville

The Farmville Area Chamber of Commerce is so excited to welcome The Veteran’s Clothes Closet Thrift Store to Main Street in Farmville. The rain did not keep supporters away on…

Betty Elder St. John Obituary

Betty Elder St. John, 81, of Phenix passed away Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at home. She was the wife of the late Lemuel William St. John. Mrs. St. John was…

Judd Clarence “J.C.” Jackson, Jr. Obituary

 Judd Clarence “J.C.” Jackson, Jr., 69, passed away Monday, November 13th, surrounded by friends and family in his home in Wylliesburg. It would be difficult to find someone in Charlotte…

Alvin Benjamin Waitt Obituary

Alvin Benjamin Waitt, age 92, of Keysville, Virginia, passed away on Saturday, November 11, 2017, at his home.  He is survived by his son, Lealon Alvin Waitt; his daughter, Ellen…

Ivan Vincent Howard Obituary

Ivan Vincent Howard, 34, of Buckingham, Virginia, passed away suddenly on Thursday, November 9, 2017 in Lynchburg.  He was born July 22, 1983 to Karon W. Bailey and the late James…

Letter to the Editor

Success for Everyone Equally It seems like every time we turn on the news, read an article or watch something on television there is a recurring theme that more and…

NO Charlotte Taxes Due until After Christmas

The Charlotte County Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday to extend the real estate and personal property tax deadlines to January 5, 2018 due to computer software issues that have…

Louse Creek Bridge to Be Renamed – Resolution Designates Carter Thomas White Memorial Bridge

Louse Creek Bridge to Be Renamed – Resolution Designates Carter Thomas White Memorial Bridge

The Charlotte County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution on Tuesday requesting the new Louse Creek Bridge on Highway 40 be renamed the “Carter Thomas White Memorial Bridge.” The request…