RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam today declared a state of emergency in advance of Hurricane Isaias, which is expected to impact parts of coastal Virginia starting on Monday, August 3, 2020. Read more
Upper Room Ministries Volunteers, Katherine Crutchfield, Amelia Poythress, and Marsha Raye Smith present a check to Rescue Squad Volunteers Clayton Wootton and Dale McGee. The check represents… Read more
EMPOWER Broadband, Inc. is pleased to announce the advancement of Michele Taylor to the position of vice president of business development. Read more
Purposeful Journey recently received two large donations; the first was a $32,000 grant given to them in Late March that was presented by Jeremy Satterfield, representative of Microsoft. Recen… Read more
While our life is still far away from any source of normality, it was nice to turn on the television over a summer weekend and watch Major League baseball.
As widely expected, the Virginia High School League voted on Monday to select the Condensed interscholastic Plan (Model 3) for sports and activities across the Commonwealth this season.
The Mecklenburg All-Stars fought to the end but dropped a pair of games over the weekend in the 2020 Dixie Majors Baseball World Series in Ozark, Alabama.
(With Park View High School slated to merge with Bluestone HS to form the new Mecklenburg County HS in 2022, the South Hill Enterprise is running an ongoing series that looks back at some of t…
LAWRENCEVILLE – Brunswick Dixie Youth League will sponsor 2020 Fall Ball Registration on Saturday, Aug. 8 and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sonny Wholey Memorial Park, 102 Tobacco Street for T…
When this question is posed, the standard answer is rooted in geography — America is bordered on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, the west by the Pacific Ocean, on the north by Canada, and the south by Mexico.
As you may have already heard, last Thursday, under cover of darkness, Speaker Filler-Corn had a number of Confederate busts along with the Robert E. Lee statue removed from the Old House Chamber.
All of us have been challenged by the events in the news this year. It was heartbreaking enough when our lives were flipped on end by the Covid-19 and the response to that. That was followed by rioting and destruction of public and private property. For most of us, these events on top …
What, oh what do I write about this week? I'm tired of writing about the COVID-19 Virus. I'm also tired of writing about my health. Let me make it short by saying my health officials have gotten my blood-sugar under control. Seven of my last nine readings have been 114 or below. Yippee!!!