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Tower system discussed

By Karli Ratliff A representative from B2X Online discussed the possibility of upgrading broadband in Stuart at the June 19 meeting of the Stuart Town...

Learn to make Indigo Shibori Scarves at the Reynolds Homestead

Beautifully hand dyed, Indigo Shibori Scarves are truly works of art. Each scarf is individually dyed with a custom mixed navy color using a...

Military and first responders to be honored Saturday

A meet and greet with retired Lt. Gen. 'Jerry' Boykin will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 25 at...

Project underway for SVFD move and PHCC expansion

The Stuart Volunteer Fire Department is celebrating its 104 years of serving the community with an expanded service area, the move to a new...

Supervisors to hear proposed budget, tax hike Monday

By Debbie Hall The Patrick County Board of Supervisors will get a first glimpse of the proposed spending plan and proposed tax hike at their...

Team Robert: Mission from an angel

By Debbie Hall When Stephanie Allen and her family participate in the March of Dimes’ March for Babies Walk in May, they will do so...

Broadband expert says will and a WISP are needed

By Charles Vivier “The Patrick County community must have a Will and a WISP,” members of the Broadband Committee were told by Dr. Andrew M....

New urgent care to open

Dr. Richard Cole, owner of Patrick County Family Practice, announced a new urgent care facility will be opening in Patrick County. The Patrick Urgent Care...

March benefits adjusted for Virginia’s SNAP program

Change in issuance schedule means early access to benefits for some Virginians For the month of March only, all Virginia Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)...

Bridge to remain closed, work stalled

Work on a bridge located on Virginia 703 (Koger Mill Road), over the North Mayo River, is stalled and not expected to begin until June,...

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