As the Floyd Quilt Guild makes final preparations for its annual Quilt Show October 4-5 at Floyd Elementary School, it also celebrates the work of a member in coordinating the show for many years.
48 years after Larry Freeman earned the Silver Star in Vietnam, the Pulaski County native received the military honor Sunday afternoon.
New development and the town’s new planning guidelines could be on a collision course along Prices Fork Road.
A state Supreme Court writ panel has granted an appeal to a former Montgomery County sheriff’s office captain who sued the department and Sheriff Tommy Whitt.
Even though “selfies” are a relatively new phenomenon, self-portrature among artists and craftspeople has a very long history. Floyd’s Jacksonville Center for the Arts is joining that tradition by offering an exhibit presenting self-portraits created by regional artists and crafts people.
Atmos Energy is urging its customers to prepare today for what could be another bone-chilling winter. The United States faced extreme temperatures and record-setting natural gas consumption during the 2013-2014 winter heating season and according to industry leaders, the same may hold true this winter.
Montgomery County deputies arrested two men on Thursday who are accused of stealing credit cards. Deputies arrested John Michael Scifo, 50, and James Randall Gwinn, 59, both of Wythe. They are charged with credit card theft and fraud. More at WDBJ7
Testing public school students for drug use is a controversial topic, but it’s one that the Pulaski County School Board said had to happen.
Some restaurants in the New River Valley are bringing technology to the table. A number of chain restaurants across the country have already started using tablets inside their establishments.
A spiking price tag and the possibility of more litigation are challenges to someday building a proposed freight terminal near Elliston, but with enough public funding, it could be done, and in ways that make economic sense, a consultant said.
Montgomery County leaders are asking for help at the polls ahead of November elections.
The New River Community College library will host its first ever Comic Con on Saturday, November 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Edwards Hall at NRCC in Dublin.
The Associated Builders and Contractors today announced its endorsement of Ed Gillespie for Senate.