Louann Gram makes quilting a friendly addiction

Louann Gram makes quilting a friendly addiction

Louann Gram finds comfort in quilting, especially lately as her workload has increased. She’s owned and operated Quilters ‘N’ Friends in Capron for nearly six ... Read more

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Electric rates could go up 5 percent

City Manager Randy Martin said at the city’s latest council meeting that no one wanted to hear this, but with Dominion going up on wholesale ... Read more  | 7 comments

  1. Property owner tearing down St. Regis building  | 3 comments
  2. New ovens save time, make better food
  3. Sheriff catches suspect after a foot chase

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Residency, contents not regularly checked at county garbage sites

Earlier this week, staff at The Tidewater News visited eight of the 16 recycling and refuse collections sites in Southampton County. None of the attendants ... Read more  | 15 comments

Butterflies spread their wings to freedom

Butterflies spread their wings to freedom

Students and faculty in grades K through 4 at Riverdale Elementary School experienced a wonder of nature on Friday. That morning they assembled outside to ... Read more

Museum exhibiting fossils

A new exhibit at the Museum of Southampton History is sure to take visitors back millions of years; back to the time when Southampton and ... Read more  | 1 comment

Forum covers hot topics

Forum covers hot topics

The state budget, transportation and health care dominated the discussion at a legislative forum at King’s Fork High School on Wednesday night. Read more

Water flows to Holland

It was no April Fool’s joke for the village of Holland. Read more

  1. Faire offers respite from modern age
  2. Come down home to learn how things used to be done
  3. Franklin gains a new son
  4. Tidewater News wins VPA Grand Sweepstakes  | 2 comments
  5. Assembly expected to work on budget this week
  6. Developers get chance to speak on stormwater ordinance
  7. Sedley woman still recovering from attack  | 5 comments
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  9. McAuliffe talks roads, Medicaid  | 4 comments
  10. Norfolk Southern discontinues local line  | 9 comments
  11. Franklin High School dedicates track
  12. Franklin woman wants to give back
  13. National commander visits Post 73
  14. Waverly Lawrence receives tributes  | 1 comment
  15. IW home-school day set
  16. ­City reviews new USGS agreement
  17. Good behavior will erase charge of assault against supervisor  | 8 comments
  18. Franklin finance director gives budget update; city owes hospital  | 9 comments
  19. Teen Challenge Choir to perform at local church
  20. VBOE adopts memorandum of understanding for Franklin School Division  | 3 comments
  21. Children’s author Aaron Zenz visits Franklin youngsters
  22. SPSA releases budget
  23. J.P. King receives Golden Bell  | 3 comments
  24. Franklin FIRST Robotics maneuvers to victory  | 2 comments
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    A near-perfect start

    He first thought something was weird in the fourth inning because none of his teammates would talk to him. Read more

    1. Southampton Storm Fastpitch to host inaugural Community Day
    2. Windsor defeats Greensville 12-5
    3. Franklin softball loses in Greensville

    Outdoors

    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

    Business

    Louann Gram makes quilting a friendly addiction

    Louann Gram makes quilting a friendly addiction

    Louann Gram finds comfort in quilting, especially lately as her workload has increased. She’s owned and operated Quilters ‘N’ Friends in Capron for nearly six ... Read more

    1. Farm Fresh pharmacy tech singled out for recognition
    2. Making first-class K9s  | 1 comment

    Agribusiness

    Extension service answers questions about pine economics

    Responding to calls about pine rotation, Neil Clark gave a presentation to several local farmers on Monday at the Southampton County Extension office in Courtland. ... Read more

    1. Governor announces grant to Montague Farms  | 3 comments
    2. Census of agriculture results tell story of unlimited potential in rural America  | 1 comment

    Our View

    Tax day

    We all have pretty strong opinions when it comes to paying taxes, and most have little problem sharing how they feel. Now that Tax Day ... Read more | 2 comments

    Columns

    Let the miracles come!

    Ah, yes. You would think after just harvesting a crop a mere five months ago we ... 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

    Lifestyles

    Capron principal has never been happier

    Dr. Allison Francis, the new principal and former teacher at Capron Elementary School, always knew she would become a teacher, even though she did not ... Read more

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