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Hippity Hoppin’ Toward Easter!

Here comes Peter Cottontail! Get ready to load up on the chocolates, marshmallow-shaped bunnies and eggs!  April 5, 2015 marks Easter Sunday in the United States. While Easter can be…

Subscription for Freshness: CSA Programs Deliver Local Produce to Your Door

Flowers are blooming, birds are singing and the days are getting longer! Spring is upon us and the beauty of nature is even more evident this time of year. For…

Unlikely Partners Give Each Other Second Chances

Unlikely Partners Give Each Other Second Chances

The challenging task of creating programs that will help inmates once they reenter society continues to be high on the list of priorities for our correctional system. Consequently, many prisoners…

Small Town Christmas Brings Joy and Fun to the Community

Small Town Christmas Brings Joy and Fun to the Community

The small town of Victoria celebrated Christmas in a big way this past Saturday as they hosted their third Annual Small Town Christmas Celebration. The day started early at Uptown…

MacCallum More holds The Grand Illumination

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Pamplin Area Library Supporters Host 5th Annual Art Show, Bake Sale and Chili Cook-Off

Pamplin Area Library Supporters Host 5th Annual Art Show, Bake Sale and Chili Cook-Off

On Saturday, November 15 the Pamplin Area Library Supporters held their 5th annual art show, bake sale and chili cook-off at the Pamplin Depot.  According to Betsy Lookofsky, “The chili…

Christmas Craft Show Benefits Steps

Christmas Craft Show Benefits Steps

The holiday season is upon us. Thanksgiving is only one week away and then in three short weeks Christmas is will be here. The short time until Christmas for many…

Birthday Bash at Scuffletown

Birthday Bash at Scuffletown

Scuffletown residents put on their dancing shoes last Saturday afternoon. Lisa Dickerson Daniels, owner of Scuffletown Grocery, turned ??, (never give a lady’s age, I was taught). To celebrate, Lisa…

18th Annual “Taste of Charlotte” Event Raises Nearly $4,000  

18th Annual “Taste of Charlotte” Event Raises Nearly $4,000  

The Central Middle School Cafeteria was full of good food and fellowship on Thursday, October 23rd as county residents filed into the building to experience the 18th annual “Taste of…

Literacy Then and Now: Charlotte Adult Learning Center Holds Literacy Day 

On Saturday, November 1, the Charlotte Adult Learning Center sponsored their 2014 Literacy Day titled “Literacy Then and Now.” The event will began at 10 a.m. and featured a special…