Farmville Town Council Meeting Wednesday

The Farmville Town Council meets tonight in regular session. There will be a short public hearing in order to address a budget need. An amendment to the budget is being requested in order to increase funds by about 381-thousand dollars so the town can utilize grant funds that have been awarded to the town. That would make the total fiscal … Read More

Rotary Club of Farmville Searching for Particpants for Taste of Farmville

THE TASTE OF FARMVILLE IS COMING UP AT THE END OF THE MONTH AND ORGANIZERS ARE LOOKING FOR PARTICIPANTS. DARRELL MOODY HAS THE DETAILS… (CUT) DEBBIE SAVAGE WITH THE ROTARY CLUB OF FARMVILLE IS CO-CHAIR OF THE EVENT…SHE SAYS JUST ABOUT ANYBODY CAN PARTICIPATE… (CUT) FOR DETAILS…GO TO THE ROTARY CLUB OF FARMVILLE FACEBOOK PAGE.

Disagreement In Charlotte County Over Emergency Communications

There is disagreement in Charlotte County regarding emergency communications. The problem is, there are parts of the county that bare completely out of range to the current communication equipment, meaning police officers and firefighters cannot communicate with dispatchers – or each other on their radios. The Charlotte County Communications Committee recently rejected a suggestion from staff and legal counsel to … Read More

Farmville Man Wanted For Failing To Re-Register As A Sex Offender

The Virginia State Police Sex Offender Investigative Unit is putting out word about a convicted sex offender who is wanted for failing to re-register his address in Farmville. 58 year-old Mark Anothony Miller is a black male with gray hair and brown eyes. A statement from VSP Spokesperson COrinne Geller says Miller is 6’2″ tall and weighs about 220 pounds. … Read More

VSP Seeking Public’s Help with Locating Sex Offender Wanted in Prince Edward

The Virginia State Police Sex Offender Investigative Unit is seeking the public’s help with locating a convicted sex offender who is known to frequent the Farmville area. Mark Anthony Miller, 58, is a black male with gray hair and brown eyes. He is 6’2 in height and weighs approximately 220 lbs. Miller was previously employed at a logging operation in … Read More

Farmville Garbage Schedule for January 18th – January 25th

In observance of state and federal holidays, town offices will be closed on Friday, January 18th and Monday, January 21st. There is no change to Friday, January 18th business collection. The following week, Monday and Tuesday residential routes will be run on Tuesday, January 22nd. Business garbage and cardboard will only be collected on Tuesday and Friday for the week … Read More

Cumberland Supervisors To Meet Tuesday

The Cumberland County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to have their regular meeting on Tuesday at 7pm. The public agenda lists a couple of items that might be of interest to you. First, a cellular tower could soon go up at 86 Salem Church Road, near Route 45. The county planning commission has already recommended allowing a conditional use permit … Read More

Virginia Feeling Effects of Government Shutdown

THE GOVERNMENT REMAINS PARTIALLY SHUTDOWN AND VIRGINIA IS BEGINNING TO FEEL THE EFFECTS. DARRELL MOODY HAS THE DETAILS… (cut) WALLETHUB ANALYST JILL GONZALEZ SAYS VIRGINIA IS THE SIXTH MOST AFFECTED STATE BY THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN… (cut)

CVEC Gives Back Over $1M To Members

The Board of Directors of Central Virginia Electric Cooperative (CVEC) authorized $1.05 million in capital credit refunds to Cooperative member-owners. Refunds were issued in December, making 2018 the ninth consecutive year that CVEC has issued capital credit refunds reaching a total of nearly $18 million returned to members. CVEC is a not-for-profit cooperative that allocates any revenues above expenses to … Read More

Buckingham Chamber Awards Event Rescheduled

There has been a change in the date and time for the Buckingham Chamber of Commerce 2018 Awards Banquet. According to a statement Thursday from the chamber, the event will now take place on Tuesday, January 22nd at the Dillwyn Volunteer Fire Department. The event begins at 6:30 p.m.