Few have filed for offices
Only a handful of candidates have filed for local offices in Henry and Patrick counties, according to registrars in both localities.
Wed May 15, 2013
Man dies at accident in Patrick
Martinsville Bulletin, Inc. P. O. Box 3711 204 Broad Street Martinsville, Virginia 24115 276-638-8801 Toll Free: 800-234-6575 A Patrick County man was pronounced dead at the scene of an automobile accident Wednesday morning, according to a news release from the Virginia State Police.
Mon May 13, 2013
Methamphetamine on the rise
Authorities dressed in protective gear and breathing apparatus clean up a meth lab in Patrick County in what Sheriff Dan Smith said is a "very costly operation" that uses "many resources" because of the hazardous chemicals mixed to manufacture the drug.
Fri May 10, 2013
PHCC to graduate 102 high schoolers
Through dual enrollment, 102 area high school students are eligible to graduate with an associate degree from Patrick Henry Community College on Saturday.
Mon May 06, 2013
Radford's latest CD encompasses a variety of topics
The musical talents of Ferrum's Bobby Radford may never have been showcased as they are in his latest CD release entitled "Jesus, Animals, Trains, Franklin County and Other Things." Radford said he is proud of a lot of things about the 17 selections he recorded for this CD in his studio on Old Craft Shop Road in Ferrum.
Ferrum College celebrates 97th commencement
Twenty-one Franklin County residents are among the 221 graduates who received their degrees as Ferrum College celebrated its 97th annual commencement Saturday.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Decal debate sticky
For Henry County Treasurer Scott Grindstaff, the county's vehicle decals are a time-consuming billing headache in his office.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Annual ride draws hundreds
The annual Jonathan Bowling Memorial Ride was held Saturday in Patrick County. According to Darrell Bowling, about $4,400 was raised at the event, not including additional money raised.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
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Mabry Mill to open next week, but not cabins
When Mabry Mill opens for the season Wednesday, water will still rush over the old water wheel, tourists will still take photographs and buckwheat pancakes will still be on the menu.