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  • Hear that noise? Cicadas start singing in Martinsville

    Hear that noise? Cicadas start singing in Martinsville
    Thousands of cicadas are making their presence known in southern Virginia.  Martinsville in particular is starting to get noisy. This time last week the critters were just coming out of the ground. Now they've climbed up in the trees and are singing...
  • Cuccinelli acceptance speech for GOP nomination for governor

    Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli gave the following remarks in accepting the Republican nomination for governor at the Republican Party of Virginia nominating convention in Richmond Saturday: "I think you now have a better sense of why I’m one of...
  • UPDATED: Republican statewide candidates crisscross Virginia

    UPDATED: Republican statewide candidates crisscross Virginia
    Fresh off last weekend's Republican convention, the party's statewide ticket is crisscrossing Virginia. Gubernatorial candidate and current Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli led the candidates at a stop at the Roanoke Regional Airport Monday morning. ...
  • Indiana baseball sectional pairings announced

    Indiana baseball sectional pairings announced
    Pairings for the Indiana State Baseball Tournament were drawn this morning. Sectional competition begins Wednesday, May 22, and continues through Monday, May 27 (Memorial Day), with the 64 champions advancing to a four-team regional on Saturday, June 1....
  • Indiana state softball pairings released

    Indiana state softball pairings released
    The IHSAA released the pairings for the 2013 state softball tournament on Thursday.  Three hundred seventy-one teams will battle for the state crown in four classes. Sectional action runs May 20-25 with the 64 survivors moving into a one-game regional...
  • Local health centers receive funding

    Local health centers receive funding
    More than $2 million is waiting for about two dozen health centers in Virginia. The Martinsville, Henry County Coalition for Health and Wellness is one of them. It provides tips on getting and staying fit and healthy. Health leaders work throughout...
  • Martinsville is about to get very loud as cicadas emerge

    Martinsville is about to get very loud as cicadas emerge
    Martinsville is about to get very loud. Cicadas are showing up in the city, more in some places than people had hoped. One Martinsville woman says she can't keep them away from her yard. Hundreds of cicadas are hatching out on Mrs. Burnett's tree in...
  • Two Richard Childress crew members arrested after Nationwide Series postrace fight at Richmond

      Two members of the Richard Childress Racing team of driver Brian Scott were arrested Friday and charged with assault following the Nationwide Series Toyotacare 250 at Richmond International Raceway. The crew members were involved in an altercation...
  • Martinsville dog that nearly starved to death adopted by new family

    Martinsville dog that nearly starved to death adopted by new family
    Just two months ago we told you about a dog named Rumor that was rescued by Henry County Animal Control. The good news is she's finally adopted. When the Martinsville SPCA received her, Rumor weighed only 34 pounds, and was just days away from...
  • Cameras are part of the uniform for Martinsville police officers

    Cameras are part of the uniform for Martinsville police officers
    As the saying goes, the camera doesn't lie. Police officers in Martinsville discovered it speaks volumes in the court room, too. All 38 patrol officers are required to wear cameras when they are on duty. It's small and clips on the officers vest....
  • UPDATED: Martinsville City Council decides to display a controversial quilt

    UPDATED: Martinsville City Council decides to display a controversial quilt
    Martinsville City Council will display a quilt that's been the center of a heated racial debate. Tuesday night's meeting was the city's first full council meeting since this whole thing started. More than a dozen people spoke either for or against...