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Unbridled Grace to Hold Horse Show

Unbridled Grace, a ministry of Patrick Henry Family Services (PHFS), is gearing up for its upcoming Autumn Classic Horse Show. The event will take place on the weekend of October…

Farmville Walk To End Alzheimer’s® Raises Over $9,000

More than 225 participated in the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Farmville and united in a movement to reclaim the future for millions at Longwood University.  Participants raised…

Muniz, Himes, Long, Thomas Plead Guilty in Charlotte Circuit Court

There were two indictments handed down in Charlotte County Circuit Court on Wednesday, October 9, 2013. Donna Henderson Franklin was charged with the possession of schedule I and schedule II…

Join the LCVA for a Free Family Workshop: Mexico’s Celebration of Life

Join the LCVA for a Free Family Workshop: Mexico’s Celebration of Life

Join the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts for a quick trip to Mexico! Children and their families are invited to create festive bundles of paper marigolds and papel picado…

PEC Officer Dies

PEC Officer Dies

Major David Eppes died at his home on Monday, October 7, 2013 of natural causes. He was 50 years old. Eppes has served the Prince Edward County Sheriff’s Office for…

Fatal Motorcycle Accident in Cullen

Virginia State Police Trooper J.V. Bavely is investigating a fatal crash involving three motorcycles in Charlotte County. The crash occurred on Oct. 5, 2013, at 11:17 a.m. on Route 47,…

Fire Prevention Muster in Farmville

Members of the seven fire companies in Prince Edward County will gather in the parking lot of the Southgate Shopping Center (that formerly housed Roses and Kroger) on Main Street…

Keysville Depot Receives $81,000 VDOT Grant

Keysville Depot Receives $81,000 VDOT Grant

Doris Thompson, President of the Friends of the Fort Mitchell and Keysville Depots, announced today that the Keysville Depot has received a VDOT Transportation Enhancement grant to aid in the…

Peeking into their Future: Teachers for Tomorrow Spend a Day Observing at Phenix Elementary

Peeking into their Future: Teachers for Tomorrow Spend a Day Observing at Phenix Elementary

On Wednesday, September 25, fifteen students from the Teachers for Tomorrow class at R-HHS spent the day at Phenix Elementary observing and assisting in the classrooms. This class, comprised of…

HOPE Community Services Announces Name Change

HOPE Community Services Announces Name Change

In the below press release, HOPE Community Services announced today that they’ve changed their name to “New Horizons Community Action Partnership.” Keep an eye on the Messenger for more news…