Campaign kicks off for Small Business Saturday

For the third year, the Martinsville-Henry County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) will be sponsoring the.

More than 130 indictments released in city

Grand jurors handed down 136 indictments on Nov. 2, according to records in the Martinsville.

New Balance Billing Law to take effect

Many Virginians will have protection from surprise medical bills beginning January 1, 2021. Individuals enrolled.

Workforce program expanded to help get Virginians back to work

Gov. Ralph Northam announced that Virginia will invest $1.7 million over the next two years.

Working capital loans available through SBA

The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to.

New Piedmont Arts exhibits to feature Appalachian crafts

  New exhibits featuring crafts by 16 Hands and works by Davis Choun will be on.

Piedmont Arts brings Brass 5’s “Why Music?” to local schools

Brass 5, one of America’s most successful educational ensembles, brought its high-energy style to programs at Mount.

Annual Job and Resource Fair slated

The fifth annual Job and Resource Fair will be held in Martinsville on Tuesday March.

Virginia schools close connectivity gap in 2019

Virtually all of Virginia’s 1.3 million public school students now attend schools that meet or.

OSIG names new Investigations Manager

The Virginia Office of the State Inspector General (OSIG) has named Richard J. Scholl Jr..