Road closures in Washington County between Jan. 12 and Jan. 19, 2021.
Public meetings in Washington County between Jan. 12 and Jan. 19, 2022.
So, the big question remains: Will the Moonlite be on the marquee for the Barter Theatre in 2022?
A small group of Washington County residents — both black and white — gathered together one autumn day 35 years ago to have a candid discussion about what they could do to promote greater awareness of social justice in their community.
The screeching sounds of an owl at night, the rattling sounds of a belted kingfisher and the shrill shrieks of a red fox. Even on a college campus, you can find examples of the natural world.
The Virginia Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission has approved funding for several projects in Southwest Virginia.
Virginia’s incoming Youngkin administration intends to join other states in challenging federal vaccination requirements, including those for health care workers.
This year’s Washington County Business Challenge has launched. This competitive, six-week training program is in its ninth year.
JONESVILLE, Va. — Powell Valley National Bank (PVNB) is pleased to announce that Amy Mellinger, senior vice president, director of human resources and marketing, has been selected as vice chairman-elect of the Emerging Bank Leaders (EBL) group for the Virginia Bankers Association (VBA).
Virginia High athletic director Brad Harper and VHS girls basketball coach Kevin Timmons have been on a two-year search mission. The payoff will come Jan. 20-22 with the latest edition of the FriendshipCars.com FCA Prep Showcase at the Bearcat Den.
ABINGDON, Va. — A Pound, Virginia, man, who admitted to conspiring with others to defraud the government of nearly $500,000 in pandemic-related unemployment benefits, was sentenced Thursday to more than eight years in prison, prosecutors said.
A vastly different state government landscape has Southwest Virginia lawmakers hopeful there can be some level of cooperation, rather than gridlock, when the General Assembly begins its work Wednesday.
The 2022 events, hosted by the Appalachian Peace Education Center (APEC) in Abingdon, will be held in person and virtually.
Two men were charged with a variety of drug and firearm violations after officers with the Buchanan County Sheriff’s’ Office responded to a call at a residence on Old Kentucky Turnpike on Friday concerning a woman being held against her will.
Public meetings in Washington County between Jan. 5 and Jan. 12, 2022.
Road closures in Washington County between Jan. 5 and Jan. 12, 2022.
Some Washington County, Virginia, residents waiting for county water service for more than 20 years received good news Wednesday when the Washington County Service Authority (WCSA) announced two projects had received grant funding.
As expected, Southwest Virginia will lose another House of Delegates seat due to declining population, with Del. Will Wampler, R-Abingdon, formerly the 4th District, being redistributed.
The Marion Police Department will celebrate a big milestone in 2022. On Sept. 4, the department will turn 80 years old.
Two local artisans are the newest studio members at The Arts Depot, exhibiting their work beginning in January.
After months of disputes and delays, a dog park is still in the future for the town of Damascus.
Public meetings in Washington County between Dec. 29 and Jan. 5, 2021.
Road closures in Washington County between Dec. 29 and Jan. 5, 2021.
So one of the big stories in the county this week is that the Confederate monuments are not leaving Washington County after all.
As the New Year approaches, the United Way of Bristol continues its annual fundraising campaign with an eye toward reaching a goal of $1 million.