Floyd golfers continued to place high on the leaderboards for the second week of the 2022 Blue Ridge Junior Golf Tour that ended June 29.
Spend the evening of July 4 at the Floyd County High School’s baseball field for music, food and fireworks presented by the Floyd County Merchant’s Association.
Replenish Festival returns to the Burnette Farm in Willis July 9. Tickets are still available for the day and overnight camping.
The Floyd community has raised more than $1,300 for emergency medical treatment for a stray cat, who was found with a dart sticking out of his side.
Medina Mercantile is a family owned and operated business in Floyd, founded in 1985 by John Wilson.
Alvare Tejeda Galvan is headed to prison for 15 years for his role in a drug operation throughout Floyd County and southwest Virginia.
Meet new guest artists Riley Chan and Santina Krayer at A New Leaf Gallery on Friday.
Temperatures hovered in the 70s earlier this month as more than 100 community members enjoyed ice cream in Warren G. Lineberry Park, courtesy of the Floyd County Democratic Committee.
Councilman David Whitaker said last week the ongoing lawsuit against Floyd Town Council is the act of a private citizen seeking protection for free speech for all in Floyd.
The Floyd Rotary Club Annual Dog Show was a great success on Sunday, June 5.
The Juneteenth Celebration in Floyd earlier this month celebrated local Black excellence by highlighting Black Floyd County leaders, both past and present.
Two Floyd golfers ended the first day of the 2022 Blue Ridge Junior Golf Tour at the top of the leaderboard on Tuesday, June 21.
Die-offs of Rododendron maximum have been reported in several southwestern Virginia counties since 2015, especially along or near the Blue Ridge Parkway in Floyd and Patrick counties.
Floyd County athletes experienced an amazing weekend of competition in Greensboro law week at the Adidas Outdoor National track meet.
Historic estates, renovated ranches and energy-efficient homesteads will open to the public on Saturday, June 25, for the return of the Floyd Center for the Arts 2022 House and Garden Tour.
Tomorrow evening, community members will have the opportunity to meet the new Floyd Young Life Area Director Chase Ferrell and his wife, Bri.
Grammy was born in Floyd in 1937 and grew up here for a lot of her life. She is a great daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend to all.
Six positions at Floyd County Public Schools were “absorbed” for the upcoming fiscal year’s budget, which was approved last week.
The Floyd County Board of Supervisors voted last week not to join the New River Valley Passenger Rail Authority after much discussion and answers from county Attorney Stephen Durbin.
The Floyd Community Theatre Guild performed ‘Til Death Do Us Part by Craig Sodaro earlier this month to packed audiences at the Black Box Theater.
Two new deputies joined the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office last week, fresh out of the New River Criminal Justice Training Academy.
Live music from The Blue Ridge Girls and The Daiquiri Queens will be followed by a showing a Disney’s Encanto (2021) in Warren G. Lineberry Park this Thursday.
Katherine Chantal and Colleen Redman will read selections of their poetry at the Soup Shop in Copper Hill on Sunday, June 26 at 2 p.m.
Melissa Goad-Horne announced earlier this month Tilted Tulip will relocate and close its storefront in Floyd.
Beautiful weather on June 9 was perfect for the first of the 2022 Floyd Small Town Summer Series, and community members turned out to enjoy it.