More than 100 participate in SHS’s inaugural 5K

More than 100 participate in SHS’s inaugural 5K

Approximately 122 people suited up on Saturday to take over the streets of Courtland, or at least 3.11 miles of the town for Southampton High ... Read more | Add your comment

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Southampton man robbed at Forest Pine

An 18-year-old Southampton County man was robbed at knife point while he was with friends at Forest Pine Apartments Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., said Captain ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Superintendent pursues QZAB funds  | Add your comment
  2. Georgie D. Tyler Middle School dedicated as ‘a jewel’ for Isle of Wight  | Add your comment
  3. SMS student presents $2,600 check to Graz’n Acres  | Add your comment

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Burglary suspects arrested

Four suspects have been arrested in the burglary of the Windsor Athletic Association at 10333 Five Forks Road, Windsor, said Lisa Martin, spokeswoman for the ... Read more | Add your comment

FCPS has public hearing on Corrective Action Plan

While there were many community and business leaders in attendance for Thursday’s Corrective Action Plan Public Hearing, no one had any questions for the Franklin ... Read more | Add your comment

Lifesavers for Reading dedicated to their mission

Lifesavers for Reading dedicated to their mission

Lifesavers for Reading in Southampton County Public Schools is intended to do more than just rescue K-3 level students from their individual struggles to read ... Read more | Add your comment

Pretlow Street home improved

Pretlow Street home improved

Gladys Barham is the latest recipient of the City of Franklin/Western Tidewater Home Consortium program funds. Typically, the funds are used to renovate homes, said ... Read more | Add your comment

Paul Conco to retire as PDCCC leader

Dr. Paul Wm. Conco, president of Paul D. Camp Community College, has announced his intention to retire, effective June 30, 2015. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Highground Services outgrows Franklin Incubator  | Add your comment
  2. Man arrested for allegedly shooting dog [Updated]  | Add your comment
  3. FPD seeks info on Forest Pine gun shots  | Add your comment
  4. United Way, Cover 3 to have info session  | Add your comment
  5. School volunteers help make difference  | Add your comment
  6. Suspect arrested in hit-and-run  | Add your comment
  7. Hospital prepared for Ebola  | Add your comment
  8. FHS theater group to perform for competition  | Add your comment
  9. Following his chosen path  | Add your comment
  10. Southampton Middle School students research careers  | Add your comment
  11. Burglary suspect turns himself in  | Add your comment
  12. Triumph In Life to host learning disabilities benefit  | Add your comment
  13. Police investigate hit-and-run involving Franklin school bus  | Add your comment
  14. Franklin police respond to home invasion  | Add your comment
  15. Franklin, Southampton students take in symphony  | Add your comment
  16. No room for debate: Forbes doesn’t respond to challenger’s requests  | Add your comment
  17. Voters need photos to vote  | Add your comment
  18. Boykins looks for record crowd at Pumpkin Fest  | Add your comment
  19. Down the drain  | Add your comment
  20. An appetite for mystery: Downtown restaurant hosting interactive play  | Add your comment
  21. Housing authority to renovate two apartment complexes  | Add your comment
  22. Corrective Action Plan public hearing set for Oct. 16  | Add your comment
  23. Schools prepared to combat virus  | Add your comment
  24. Courtland Vol. firefighters talk fire safety  | Add your comment
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    Football preview

    Tonight, Southampton High School will be looking for a win against a Windsor High School team that’s equally hungry for a TriRivers District victory. It’s ... Read more | Add your comment

    1. LaCrosse player Addison Peak picks Hampden-Sydney  | Add your comment
    2. Franklin Parks & Rec looks to expand youth basketball  | Add your comment
    3. Lady Raiders drop two this past week  | Add your comment


    Riverkeeper report: Heavy mast, harsh winter?

    Riverkeeper report: Heavy mast, harsh winter?

    Spirit of Moonpie and I spent the 12th through the 14th on the Blackwater below Franklin. Right off the bat we had an interesting occurrence ... Read more | Add your comment


    Highground Services outgrows Franklin Incubator

    The City of Franklin and Franklin Southampton Economic Development Inc. announce that Highground Services Inc. is graduating from the Franklin Business Incubator and plans to ... Read more | Add your comment

    1. Get the inside scoop on FSEDI via Social Media  | Add your comment
    2. East Pavilion getting major upgrade  | Add your comment


    Japanese delegation visits area peanut producers

    Japanese delegation visits area peanut producers

    “Konnichiwa” and “arigato” were the first words spoken as a group of 18 visitors from Japan were welcomed to Hubbard Peanut Company on Wednesday, Sept. ... Read more | Add your comment

    1. Competitors win at Isle of Wight County Fair  | Add your comment
    2. Virginia Tech’s Allen Harper honored with emeritus status  | Add your comment

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    Invest yourself today for tomorrow

    Schools have been in session for eight weeks and are busy educating tomorrow’s bankers, chemists, engineers and firefighters... . You get the idea. What’s helping ... Read more | Add your comment


    The story of a bet with no loser

    You lose a friendly wager with a bunch of Wahoos on a college baseball game and ... Read more | Add your comment

    Letters to the Editor

    Reelecting Mark Warner in everyone’s best interests

    Senator Mark Warner’s campaign for re-election offers Virginia voters a chance to send back to the Senate a truly great United States Senator. In every ... Read more | Add your comment


    Great pumpkins of Boykins

    Eric Coard and Company are tickled orange by the success of last weekend’s Fourth Annual Boykins PumpkinFest. Read more | Add your comment

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