A group of home-schooled students and their parents have joined Partnership for Floyd in its mission to add fitness signs along Dodd Creek Trail.
Floyd County residents that completed a survey for the Floyd County Rec Department and its programs offered positive comments and helpful suggestions.
The Floyd County Retired Teachers Association will hold its Maymeeting this week with guest speaker Dr. Garry Collins, chiropractor.
Logan D. Robertson graduated from Liberty University May 7 with a degree in Business.
Floyd Town Council voted to remove a part of the Zoning Ordinance on May 5 in order to remove a requirement for murals in town.
Young anglers went home with trophies on Saturday after the first Floyd County Kids Fishing Day since 2019.
The Old Church Gallery launched a fresh archival website this month to share information about nearly 200 Floyd County artifacts online.
Cases involving methamphetamine dominated Floyd Court hearings last week. County law enforcement officers and judges said the drug’s presence in Floyd is “an epidemic.”
More than 600 customers attended the opening day of the summer Floyd Farmers Market on Saturday to peruse the offerings of 21 vendors.
Grammy Award-winning Americana icon Jim Lauderdale is the first headlining act for Floyd’s Small Town Summer Event Series that starts the second week of June.
Individuals who spoke at the Floyd Town Council meeting last week are in favor of two high school art students creating murals on Locust and Main streets.
Art admirers were mesmerized by the vibrant colors and swirling textures of Anna Pittman’s alcohol ink art featured in Pitman’s Sunday exhibit at Deer Park Farm’s Shanti Meditation Hall in Pilot.
Floyd County High School’s varsity Buffaloes tennis team celebrated Senior Night last Thursday with a 9-0 pasting of Martinsville.
Skyline Nursing Home and Rehab Center in Floyd will host a Community Day this week to celebrate Skilled Nursing Home Week with residents and the public.
Floyd County Humane Society foster dog Sage is a beautiful young lady, who loves to play and be with people.
Virginia Tech student and Check area native Sarah Howell was recently initiated into the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, the nation’s oldest collegiate honor society.
Seven Floyd County High School seniors were pinned as CNAs in a special ceremony last week at Skyline Nursing Home & Rehab Center.
Three Floyd-related organizations are the recipients of $30,000 to help increase visitation and revenue for Virginia’s localities through tourism.
Floyd County High School’s 2022 prom invited students and their guests to “A night in Athens” at the Floyd Event Center on Saturday, April 30.
Floyd County High School’s varsity Buffaloes tennis team added a 5-4 victory over Glenvar last Thursday to put the team’s season record at 6-1.
The first annual Fries Musical Heritage Festival, featuring old-time and country music, will take place on Saturday, May 14, and it is free to attend with several raffle opportunities.
Red Rooster Coffee Roaster employees took shifts on Earth Day to clean up more than 550 pounds of trash and recyclables along Franklin Pike, between Shooting Creek and U.S. 221.
Learn about J.E.B Stuart’s and his brothers’ ties to Floyd County in a presentation by local historian and author Tom Perry at the Floyd Center for the Arts on May 14.
The rainy weather held off for the third annual Mayfaire at the Floyd Center for the Arts on Sunday. The event featured May Pole dancing with the Mystical Witches, kid’s activities, artist vending, music and more.
Tickets are on sale now for the seventh annual Replenish Festival on the Burnett Farm in Willis.