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Shook Wants to Keep Charlotte Co. BOS Seat

Shook Wants to Keep Charlotte Co. BOS Seat

KEYSVILLE – R.L. “Butch” Shook, Jr. has announced that he will seek re-election to the Keysville District seat on the Charlotte County Board of Supervisors in November 2017. Butch is…

R-HHS Celebrates the Arts

R-HHS Celebrates the Arts

CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – The Randolph-Henry High School literary arts club is proud to announce its third publication of “The Writer’s Block.” This 32-page magazine contains poetry, short stories, photographs,…

William T. White Named Master Agent

William T. White Named Master Agent

Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Recognizes Top Agents CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE –  Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance named William T. White, LUTCF, AFIS as a 2017 Master Agent during its annual sales…

County Rescue Squad on Call Since 1970 – Fund Drive in Progress

CHARLOTTE COUNTY – May 2017 will mark the 47th year the residents of Charlotte County have been able to count on the volunteers who give of their time and training…

Southside School of Dance Concert May 6

Southside School of Dance Concert May 6

CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – Southside School of Dance and Performing Arts will present a dance concert, “Gotta Dance,” on Saturday, May 6, at 3:00 p.m. in the Randolph-Henry High School auditorium. The dance…

New Charlotte Co. Courthouse UPDATE

New Charlotte Co. Courthouse UPDATE

Project Administration: Skanska was on site this week to observe work in progress and review drawings, specifications, and submittals. Glave & Holmes on site for OAC meeting and review progress…

After-Prom Party Wild and Wonderful

After-Prom Party Wild and Wonderful

CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – The Randolph-Henry After-Prom committee would like to extend their gratitude to the R-H staff, the community, and to the school board for the tremendous support of…

STEPS Head Start Programs Involve Entire Community

CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – STEPS Head Start operates in eight counties and holds community/male involvement events at each site throughout the year to express the importance of male involvement in…

Eureka Students Meet the Governor

Eureka Students Meet the Governor

The Eureka Elementary School Ecology Club took a school holiday fieldtrip to Staunton River Battlefield State Park on Monday, April 17, 2017 as part of their watershed study.  To their…

Heavy Duty Donation to Meals on Wheels

Heavy Duty Donation to Meals on Wheels

At the Keysville Building Supply anniversary special Stewmaster Clark “Heavy Duty” Woodson provided stew for the quests. The surplus was sold to benefit Meals on Wheels. In the above picture…