Tazewell, Va. – Richlands football coaches Thad Wells and Brandon Compton lost more than their opening game Feb. 27.
Marion, Va.– Mount Rogers Health District, Cumberland Plateau Health District, Lenowisco Health District, and community partners will begin va…
Richlands, Va. – An April 15 hearing is scheduled for two Hidden Valley residents charged with child abuse.
Richlands, Va. – Citizens on the western end of the county may soon be able to call 911 direct for fire and rescue services.
Tazewell, Va. – It is official the Cedar Bluff voting precinct is getting a new home.
Tazewell, Va. – An investigation by the Virginia State Police has cleared a professor at Appalachian School of Law of allegations of election fraud.
LEBANON, VA -- Outgoing Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority (VCEDA) board member Harry Childress was recognized for his service …
Richlands, Va. – A new man will take the town reins Mar. 15.
Bluefield, Va. – A railroad runs through it and Bluefield’s baseball team will remind people of that fact.
Tazewell, Va. – Last week’s wild weather wiped out Pete Snyder’s campaign stop in Tazewell but the latest entrant into the race for the Republ…
Richlands, Va. – What was originally classified as an earthquake in the Richlands area has been reclassified as a as series of mine collapses.
Tazewell, Va. – E-sports are the wave of the future and Tazewell County Schools are ready to ride.
Bluefield, Va. – Nearly two weeks after they first took a knee during the national anthem members of the Bluefield College Men’s basketball te…
RICHMOND,VA— A budget amendment honoring the memory of the late Ben Chafin will fund the update of Breaks Interstate Park.
Tazewell, Va. – A Richlands woman pleaded no contest to one count of torturing an animal causing death in circuit court Feb. 9.
For Smyth County, the last six months of 2020 brought racial equality protests, a cross burning, and multiple discussions with local governmen…
Tazewell, Va. – Appalachian Power customers could soon be paying more for electricity.
Tazewell, Va. – February starts with the war against the Coronavirus continuing.
Tazewell, Va. – Crews from five fire departments battled a blaze in the bitter cold Jan. 28.
Bluefield, Va. – Bluefield’s new town manager is no stranger to local government.