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Central High School Hosts ‘Color Run’ Charity Event

Central High School Hosts ‘Color Run’ Charity Event

LUNENBURG – Central High School held their first ever “Color Run” last week and the fun event brought out a big crowd of participants and supporters. The CHS Color Run…

Senator Mason to Deliver Fuqua Commencement Address

Senator Mason to Deliver Fuqua Commencement Address

FARMVILLE – Fuqua School will hold commencement exercises for the Class of 2017 on Friday, May 26 at 6 o’clock on the front lawn of the upper school campus.  Keeping…

Fuqua Tradition Continues

Fuqua Tradition Continues

Fuqua School’s Class of 2017 continued the tradition, “Retracing Their Steps.”  After commencement practice, the soon-to-be graduates took a trip back down to the lower school.  Each senior took a…

217 lbs. of Drugs Surrendered

217 lbs. of Drugs Surrendered

On April 29, 2017, officers from the Longwood University Police  Department and Farmville Police Department participated in the DEA’s twelfth National Drug Take Back Initiative. This initiative is designed to…

Light, What Is It?

Light, What Is It?

We carry flashlights, we flick on the lights in our living rooms, we enjoy the safety that our auto headlights provide when we want to drive at night, but how…

Thanks to Local Businesses

Thanks to Local Businesses

This past Sunday a few of the local American Heritage Girls braved the rainy weather to thank some of the Charlotte Court House businesses for their support. AHG planted pots…

New Homework Network Brings Thousands of Students Online in Rural Virginia

New Homework Network Brings Thousands of Students Online in Rural Virginia

United States’ Largest TV White Space Project Will Deliver Critical, At-Home Wi-Fi Access and Educational Content To K–12 Students in Charlotte and Halifax Counties SOUTH BOSTON – Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities…

Nurse Aide Program Grads at SVCC

Nurse Aide Program Grads at SVCC

Southside Virginia Community College recently celebrated a Nurse Aide Program completion ceremony on the John H. Daniel Campus.  These students attended the class as Dual Enrollment students from Central of…

Letters to the Editor

Attacks on Civil War Monuments “Ignorant” American Civil War history is being rewritten. Although most couldn’t guess within a decade when the Civil War began and ended (much less on the details…

Bernard William Lloyd Obituary

Drakes Branch, Va. Bernard William Lloyd went to be with the Lord on April 28, 2017.  He was born on November 23, 1949, to Nannie Mae and Everett Lloyd.  He…

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