Local residents starting their own businesses went away with big prizes Tuesday night, after winning a contest sponsored by the Floyd County Economic Development Authority and Virginia’s Department of Housing and Community Development.
Supporters of Floyd’s Jacksonville Center for the Arts (The Jax) are featuring landscape architect, Chip Callaway, to top off their House and Garden Tour on Saturday, June 27. Callaway will present “Gardens Great and Small,” an after-tour program designed to encourage and inform home gardeners.
Glencoe Museum & Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the gallery show, “Somewhat Wild,” creations by artist Jack Wagstaff. The Gallery will celebrate the opening with a reception for Jack Wagstaff on Thursday, June 11, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
Two days of motions scheduled in the capital murder case of Howard Samuel Cole have been continued. A motions hearing was supposed to be held June 1-2 in the case of Cole, who is accused of murdering his 5-month-old son, Cory Samuel Cole, in January 2014 and burying him, naked, in a shallow grave in […]
Fred Seagle’s 1936 Siebert Ford hearse is back home in Pulaski and on display in the Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Transportation Museum for all to see. The hearse, restored by Fred’s son, Oscar, has been on display at the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke since 2010. Friday, Oscar’s wife, Mickey, had it returned to […]
Does your child have a wild imagination and outgoing personality? Maybe he or she is creative, but needs a little encouragement to break out of their shell. Either way, there’s a summer camp that promises to be a good fit.
Inside Virginia Tech’s Goodwin Hall, engineering students put the final touches on a six-foot humanoid robot they created as part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Robotics Challenge.