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Woman found dead in crash

A Pittsylvania County woman was found dead in an early morning single-vehicle wreck in Danville.

Danville could end carbon treatments

The raw water at Danville’s water treatment plant is passing odor and taste tests, but the city is being cautious about when it will stop treating the system with activated carbon and even investing in a new carbon feeder.

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Danville could end carbon treatments

The raw water at Danville’s water treatment plant is passing odor and taste tests, but the city is being cautious about when it will stop treating the system with activated carbon and even investing in a new carbon feeder.

'It teaches the kids responsibility'

The 67th Annual Pittsylvania-Caswell Junior Livestock Show and Sale taking place this weekend features more than 100 competitors.

Salem brick company suspends operations, furloughs workers

SALEM, Va. (AP) -- A Salem brick company has suspended operations and furloughed most of its workers until further notice....

Va. gun shop owner bakes bread on the side

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -- Edgar Lindamood makes his bread in a shop that stocks Nagant revolvers, Makarov pistols, 6.5mm Swedish, 7.7mm Japanese and 7.65mm Argentine ammunition....

Wine and smiles

So what happens when the owners of four local wineries get together?

Enjoy springtime outdoors

It’s time to spring forth into action this season as the cold weather gives us break to actually enjoy spending time outside.

As theater shooting trial opens, gun debate dwindles

DENVER (AP) — When a gunman opened fire inside a packed movie theater in July 2012, killing 12 and injuring 70, it did more than spread fear and heartbreak across the Denver suburbs. It helped revive the national debate over gun control.

Powerful earthquake strikes Nepal: Things to Know

A powerful earthquake struck the Nepal region on Saturday, causing widespread casualties and triggering an avalanche on Mount Everest.

Editorials Letters Community Viewpoint

  • Persecution, US style

    It might be a frightening prospect, to see persecution coming, — the choice some of us may have to make between being faithful to our Lord and…

  • $8 per month just won't cut it

    I know I’ve spent much, much more than that in a week, as I use bottled water in my coffee maker and for drinking, and also for my dogs water.

  • GOP could care less about seniors

    This country wasn’t built on the special interests and the super-wealthy. It was built on working families and the ideas of fairness and equality.

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