Sunday May 12
Longwood University Increases Tuition
Longwood University's Board of Visitors approved a 4.1 percent increase in tuition and mandatory fees for the 2013-14 school year, bringing that cost for in-state students to $11,340. Room and board will increase 5 percent to $8,876, bringing the total cost for a Virginia resident living on campus to $20,216. The overall increase for tuition, fees, ... (more)
Sunday May 12
Criminal Report Daily
Are Moms' Brains Bigger?
Just in time for Mother's Day, a biology professor at Longwood University has some good news for moms: having kids might make women smarter.
Longwood Holds Saturday Commencement
Farmville, Va.- A Longwood University alumnus who is a Hollywood actor spoke to graduates at his alma mater's undergraduate commencement Saturday.
Fluvanna County Public Schools Announces Teacher of the Year
Fluvanna County Public Schools is pleased to announce Ms. Lori Hoffman has been named 2012-13 Division Teacher of the Year.
Let\'s Play for Child\'s Play II
A year later, starting on May 6th, 2013, Matt, Will, Jeanne, and Dan return to take on new Guinness World Records for their chance for redemption.
Post and Courier
April Burgess has joined First Citizens as assistant vice president and retail sales manager based in the bank's North Main Street office in Summerville.
The Mountaineer Publishing Company
Civil War roundtable on Custer to be May 13
The Western North Carolina Civil War Round Table presents Daniel T. Davis, of Vienna, Virginia.
NCI recognizes graduates, honors faculty member
Earning her bachelor's degree in business administration through the New College Institute deepened Joyce Barton's sense of self-worth. Barton, whose degree was conferred by Averett University of Danville, was one of 34 students honored by NCI during a graduate recognition ceremony Tuesday night at the former Henry County courthouse uptown.
Four Longwood University College of Business and Economics Students...
This summer, four Longwood University College of Business and Economics students will travel to Pittsburg, Pa., to participate in the inaugural ITLAB: Junior Summer Internship at Carnegie Mellon University.
Maya excavations at Ceibal
The oldest ancient Maya ceremonial compound ever discovered in the Central American lowlands dates back 200 years before similar sites pop up elsewhere in the region, archaeologists announced today .