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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Church and Community Events for the week of May 18

The Church and Community Events calendar is published each Wednesday. Items must be submitted by 4:30 p.m. Monday ...

THE WORD

The Word — Success is God

We just had much needed rain last night and I am very thankful. At our house we just ...

Lifestyles

Archery range opens at Staunton River Battlefield State Park

The 3-D archery range will be open every second Saturday starting in May and running through September. Try ...

College

Covington signs with Hollins University

On May 4, Randolph-Henry High School Senior, Carley Covington signed with Hollins University to play soccer.

EUREKA ELEMENTARY

Last lunch of the fifth grade

Fifth grade parents, guardians and guests were invited to eat lunch with their child at Eureka Elementary on ...

MOVIE REVIEW

Movie Review — Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

BY LAUREN BRADSHAW Special to The Charlotte Gazette DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS is without a ...

EUREKA ELEMENTARY

Eureka students teach for a day

Eureka Elementary’s fifth grade students took to the halls not as students, but as assistants to some of ...

Lifestyles

Farmers report positive news following multiple late freezes

If farming is a gamble, then its players can expect Mother Nature to occasionally deal a bad hand. ...

Local

Online vital records

In an effort to increase accessibility and convenience, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) has launched a new ...

Lifestyles

Medical cannabis companies amass political power

By Josephine Walker Capital News Service Many small cannabis entrepreneurs say large companies are jockeying to lock them ...

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Local

Band concert held after two years

Central Middle School and Randolph-Henry High School band program held their first concert in two years on Thursday, ...

Lifestyles

Food distribution

Distribution of USDA food boxes, along with food purchased with donations from Mt. Zion (Pastor Lewis M. Watson) ...

Local

Holmes honored in film

The story of Joseph R. Holmes, formerly enslaved in Charlotte County, who campaigned for civil rights and education ...

RANDOLPH-HENRY

Class of 2022 takes part in parade

The third annual senior car parade for the graduating class of Randolph-Henry High School (R-H) was held on ...

RANDOLPH-HENRY

Lady Statesmen 9-2 on the season

On Monday, May 2, the Lady Statesmen Tennis Team hosted William Campbell. The Statemen defeated the Generals with ...

RANDOLPH-HENRY

Statesmen win 3 out of 4

On Tuesday, April 26, the Statesmen of Randolph-Henry High School (R-H) hosted the Eagles of Prince Edward County ...

Lifestyles

Pink Lady’s Slippers

By John Bunch Master Naturalist It’s rare to talk with an adult in our area who doesn’t have ...

COVID-19

Vaccination clinics set

The Piedmont Health District will offer free COVID-19 vaccination clinics next week across the health district. The clinics ...

Lifestyles

VFW officers elected

The 4th District Veterans of Foreign Wars elected officers for the 2022-2023 year in Farmville on Saturday, May ...

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Church and Community News for the week of May 11

The Church and Community Events calendar is published each Wednesday. Items must be submitted by 4:30 p.m. Monday ...