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  • Sunday's 6/30 local schedule (updated Friday PM)

    BASEBALL Coastal Plain League: Peninsula Pilots at Martinsville, 5:05 International League: Gwinnett at Norfolk, 1:05 Eastern League: Richmond at Erie, 1:35 American Legion: Junior: Williamsburg Post 39 Blue vs. Williamsburg Post 39 Green (doubleheader)...
  • Science scholars' exhibits on display

    Science scholars' exhibits on display
    More brilliant students to talk about. How brilliant? Big wattage brilliant. Three students from Penn High recently went to the INTEL International Science and Engineer Fair in Phoenix. Junior Sarah-Cate Baker and seniors Alex Mobashery and Sam...
  • Two school districts set to get new high school principals

    Two school districts set to get new high school principals
    Martinsville High School will have a new leader for the next school year. Current Assistant Principal Angie Weinerth will take over for Aji Dixon. The Martinsville School Board voted on the change last night. Dixon will oversee the school system's...
  • Raccoon tests positive for rabies in Pittsylvania County

    Raccoon tests positive for rabies in Pittsylvania County
    A raccoon has tested positive for rabies in Cascade. The raccoon was found near Martinsville Highway. The Virginia Department of Health asks pet owners to vaccinate their pets immediately. Rabies can be deadly to humans to animals and humans. Here...
  • Gray Gaulding returns to Langley as a 'man' looking for K&N victory

    HAMPTON — Gray Gaulding measured all of 4 feet, 5 inches in April 2010, the first time he raced to Victory Lane at Langley Speedway. He stood plenty tall, though, as he explained repeatedly bumping a rival before passing him for first in their class...
  • High number of cats causes low adoption costs

    High number of cats causes low adoption costs
    The SPCA of Martinsville and Henry County will offer inexpensive adoption deals on cats and kittens from now until the end of the summer. Usually the SPCA caps the number of cats at 60. Currently, the adoption center is holding 130 cats and kittens....
  • Teachers become the students in Roanoke County

    Teachers become the students in Roanoke County
    Some teachers are trading places with their students. School may be out for the summer, but that doesn't mean the learning has stopped. Thirty-science teachers from 10-different school districts, some as far away as Martinsville and Henry County, have...
  • State grant provides funding for school resource officers in Virginia schools

    State grant provides funding for school resource officers in Virginia schools
    Several school districts in our area will soon be getting some more on campus security. Governor Bob McDonnell announced Monday a new state grant is helping pay for more school resources officers' salaries and benefits. The officers will be placed...
  • Separate milestones for Virginia War Memorial and state community college system

    Virginia's community colleges eked out a new record for veteran enrollment during the 2012-13 academic year, serving 41,470 students with a military status. That's a 0.6 percent increase from the previous year, according to a release from the Virginia...
  • Cuccinelli rolls out Virginia workforce investment and jobs plan during visit to Martinsville, Danville

    Cuccinelli rolls out Virginia workforce investment and jobs plan during visit to Martinsville, Danville
    The campaign trail rolled through Southern Virginia Tuesday. Attorney General and current Republican candidate for Governor, Ken Cuccinelli started his day with a visit to Solid Stone Fabrics. Cuccinelli used the business as the site to roll out his...
  • LOCAL UPDATE: Results compiled Wednesday (tennis, golf)

    Tennis JACK BUTLER CLASSIC Results from the weekend clay-court tournament at Hampton Tennis Center. Rated divisions are based on National Tennis Rating Program's 7-point scale: Men's 4.5 singles Quarterfinals: David Loope d. Jimmy Hardee 7-6 (7-3), 7-5;...