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Fund balance tapped to cover FY ’21-22 budget

By Brandon Martin Henry County Administrator Tim Hall presented the nearly $168 million proposed budget.

City schools address concerns about reopening options

By Brandon Martin As schools nationwide begin to offer more in-person instruction options, Martinsville school.

Warner sees room for broad-ranging legislative agenda

By Brandon Martin After a multi-day trip through the Shenandoah and Roanoke valleys, U.S. Sen..

Kimberly Osbourne Wingfield

Kimberly Osbourne Wingfield, 66, of Martinsville, Virginia passed away Saturday, April 10, 2021, at SOVAH.

Governor’s goal is to double Virginia’s farm exports

Virginia’s largest industry is poised to play a big role in growing America’s brand globally..

Federal help offered for access to broadband internet services

The Virginia Legal Aid Society is notifying Virginians that low-income individuals and families in Virginia.

Vaccine workforce expands as eligibility opens to more age groups 

    In advance of last week’s announcement that all adults in Virginia age 16.

Dig with care when planting

April is National Safe Digging Month, and the State Corporation Commission’s Division of Utility and.

Vaccine eligibility expands to all adults by April 18 

All individuals in Virginia age 16 and older will be eligible to get the COVID-19.

County students earn high marks

Some Henry County Schools have released their honor rolls for the 3rd nine-weeks grading period..