Thursday’s Norton School board meeting was business as usual – including no action on the status of suspended former football coach James Adams.
City Council approved the fiscal year’s Fire Department leadership roster and heard details on the city’s reservoir water supply Tuesday.
A filmmaking team with Wise County connections earned top honors at the PUSH! Film Festival in Bristol, Virginia Saturday for a short film on the effects of a mother’s addiction on four siblings.
After four decades and locating its headquarters in Wise, The Health Wagon will revisit its roots when it breaks ground for a new Dickenson County location later in October.
“The crown jewel of High Knob is the recreation area. We’re trying to save it.” — Enhancement Corporation member Chris Jones
Take a Wise County film student, add a University of Virginia graduate and a Lynchburg, Virginia native film director, and you get a slice-of-Appalachian-life film getting attention at film festivals across the U.S.
A multijurisdictional grand jury has indicted seven Southwest Virginia residents on almost 1,000 felony prescription fraud charges.
PENNINGTON GAP — Residents will see a tangible step toward a reopened Lee County Hospital on Wednesday morning.
Gregory Ernest Milam entered an Alford plea admitting that evidence was sufficient to convict him of attempted second-degree murder, malicious wounding, use of a firearm in a felony and discharge of a firearm in an occupied dwelling.
Concerns over how Ballad Health will locate new facilities and programs between Tennessee and Virginia hang over the task force charged with monitoring the Virginia side of the cooperative agreement for Ballad’s merger.