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Joey Fondaco denied bond

Rockingham County, VA –  Joey Fondaco, the man charged with killing a Gretna teenager last year was denied bond yesterday in Rockingham County Circuit Court. He’s charged with ...Read more

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Squirrels can play too!!

This will crack you up – promise! A squirrel ran on the field at a college football game on Saturday, and the announcers called it like it was an actual play. It happened during Kent ...Read more

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Blood Donations

Danville Regional Blood Donor Center is in need of donations, especially O Positive and O Negative.  Their office is located at 159 Executive Drive, Suite K and hours are Monday, Wednesday and ...Read more

Go Teal Event

September is Teal Ribbon Awareness Mouth.  In honor of those who have lost their life and for all of the survivors of GYN cancers, there will be a Go Teal Event at the Econo Lodge in Martinsville, ...Read more

Cornerstone Festival

Cornerstone Church invites you to kick off fall with their Cornerstone Festival, Saturday, September 30th, 10am – 4pm at Cornerstone Church in Chatham. Kids activities, vendors, live music, ...Read more

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  • Luke Bryan on Those ILY Texts September 26, 2017
    “It don’t leave my sight since we had that fight.” That’s Luke Bryan singing the honest-to-God truth in his new song “Light It Up.” Because that’s exactly how you feel about your phone when you’re waiting for someone to send you a post-fight, make-up text. It happens to all of us, even to Bryan and... […]
  • Eddie Montgomery: “Troy Sings His Ass Off” September 26, 2017
    Montgomery Gentry weren’t sure which song would be the first single off their upcoming album. Until Sept. 8, when the decision was tragically clear. That’s the day that the duo’s Troy Gentry was killed in a helicopter crash at the age of 50. And Eddie Montgomery is speaking up about losing his partner, and about... […]
  • Texas Strong and Concert for Charlottesville Benefits Show the Healing Power of Music September 25, 2017
    Victims of Hurricane Harvey and the violence in Charlottesville on Aug. 11-12 witnessed the healing power of music at two all-star concert events over the weekend. Friday’s (Sept. 22) Texas Strong: Harvey Can’t Mess with Texas benefit in Austin has raised more than $68 million for the Rebuild Texas Fund, which supports those affected by... […]