Walk-in clients accepted as Grace Network resumes regular hours of operation

  Grace Network will accept walk-in clients or those with appointments as it resumes its.

More than 100 indictments released in the city

Grand jurors handed down 116 indictments on May 3, according to records in the Martinsville.

Council members disagree on city’s newest solar agreement 

By Brandon Martin  As solar proliferation begins to take hold in Virginia, Martinsville City Council.

Former mayor Oakes to leave Martinsville, will remain a proud bulldog

By Brandon Martin Bulldogs are often characterized as sweet, devoted and easygoing. If this description.

Martin family honored on Arbor Day

By Brandon Martin Several community members gathered in Uptown Martinsville on April 30 for the.

The Ground Floor plans to become the ‘living room’ of Martinsville

  By Brandon Martin Coffee connoisseurs have a new hip spot to mainline their caffeine.

Beaver Hills Golf Course under new management

By Brandon Martin Local and state representatives gathered at Beaver Hills Golf Course on April.

Governor’s race draws $11 million total in first-quarter fundraising

By Noah Fleischman Capital News Service The 13 candidates running for the Virginia executive mansion.

American Rescue Plan funds tapped to expand nutrition assistance for seniors 

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is increasing food assistance to low-income seniors – a.

City juniors, seniors to be inducted into National Honor Society

Five seniors and 23 juniors at Martinsville High School will be inducted this Friday into.