Incubator welcomes Chuck Bradshaw’s skills as mentor

Incubator welcomes Chuck Bradshaw’s skills as mentor

A mentor is a noun and to mentor is a verb. The first term can be defined as a trusted advisor or teacher. The second ... Read more

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Franklin tax increase could be on table

In the initial 2014-15 budget update, City Manager Randy Martin was showing a revenue shortfall, which may have to be made up by a tax ... Read more

  1. Zuni man arrested on drug charges
  2. Historic Garden Club Tour to celebrate Courtland’s past, present on Saturday
  3. Rose Valley Road getting facelift

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Actor presenting multi-faceted life in ‘An Evening with Hal Linden’

There’s more to Hal Linden than being Barney Miller, and when you attend his program this Saturday evening, you’ll find out why. Read more

Longtime Southampton coach honored

Longtime Southampton coach honored

When he received a message from the Lord, Calvin Barnes knew it was time to recognize longtime Southampton football assistant coach Larry Logan. Read more

Athletic alliance to be formed

Details of the new Southampton Public Schools Athletic Alliance for grades K-12 were announced earlier this week at the county school board meeting. Read more

Drainage project coming along

Drainage project coming along

Progress is being made on the water remediation project at the Regional Workforce Development Center of Paul D. Camp Community College in Franklin. Read more

Welding star students

Welding star students

Two Windsor students recently traveled to Chesapeake to compete in the Skills USA (formerly VICA) state competition for welding, and one came away with a ... Read more

  1. Manry Rawls, Farmers Bank announce partnership
  2. Politics and fish
  3. Teams collect more than 4,800 lbs. of litter  | 3 comments
  4. Electric rates could go up 5 percent  | 14 comments
  5. Property owner tearing down St. Regis building  | 4 comments
  6. New ovens save time, make better food
  7. Sheriff catches suspect after a foot chase
  8. Residency, contents not regularly checked at county garbage sites  | 17 comments
  9. Butterflies spread their wings to freedom
  10. Museum exhibiting fossils  | 1 comment
  11. Forum covers hot topics
  12. Water flows to Holland
  13. Faire offers respite from modern age
  14. Come down home to learn how things used to be done
  15. Franklin gains a new son
  16. Tidewater News wins VPA Grand Sweepstakes  | 2 comments
  17. Assembly expected to work on budget this week
  18. Developers get chance to speak on stormwater ordinance
  19. Sedley woman still recovering from attack  | 5 comments
  20. Come on down!  | 2 comments
  21. McAuliffe talks roads, Medicaid  | 4 comments
  22. Norfolk Southern discontinues local line  | 9 comments
  23. Franklin High School dedicates track
  24. Franklin woman wants to give back
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  • Sports

    IWA soccer wins defensive struggle

    The Isle of Wight soccer team gave Head Coach Caren Moore a gift — a win. Read more

    1. Lady Indians lose late to Park View
    2. Raiders improve to 15-1
    3. A near-perfect start


    Daniels, Boney win third bass tournament

    Daniels, Boney win third bass tournament

    This past Saturday was round three of the Three Rivers Bass Tournament Series. The tournament launched from Pea Hill Creek Landing on Lake Gaston. Read more


    Incubator welcomes Chuck Bradshaw’s skills as mentor

    Incubator welcomes Chuck Bradshaw’s skills as mentor

    A mentor is a noun and to mentor is a verb. The first term can be defined as a trusted advisor or teacher. The second ... Read more

    1. Louann Gram makes quilting a friendly addiction
    2. Farm Fresh pharmacy tech singled out for recognition


    Inoculant may be needed for peanut planting

    A recent article in the Southeast Farm Press indicated that peanut fields may require the use of inoculant due to an excessively wet fall and ... Read more

    1. USDA sets date for soybean request for referendum
    2. Extension service answers questions about pine economics

    Our View

    Get ‘em moving

    The high rate of childhood obesity in this country is a well-documented health crisis that experts predict will have serious long-term consequences on our nation’s ... Read more


    She loves me…She loves me not

    He entered my office with that non-confident gate that shouts more than what is verbalized. My ... Read more

    Letters to the Editor

    Vote Vanless D. Worrell for mayor of Newsoms

    Vanless D. Worrell has worked with the Housing Department in Richmond to rehabilitate citizens’ homes in the town of Newsoms and Southampton County. Read more


    People from all over show up for annual Renaissance Faire

    Violet, a year-old Boston Terrier, wanted to dress up this past Saturday. Her owner, Rachel Micheletti of Norfolk, finally gave in and took her to ... Read more

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