CRP will host a documentary screening on April 12 at 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. at New College Institute, King Hall, located at 30 Franklin St. in Martinsville. The documentary, called “Anonymous People” is about the 23.5 million Americans who live in long-term recovery from alcohol and other addiction. It tells stories of addiction recovery advocates who decided to come out of the shadows.
(Henry County, VA) – During the investigation into the homicide of Michael Deangelo Graves, 28 of 1621 East Meadow Rd., Eden, NC it was determined that Graves and his brother, Charles Rydell Flood Jr. had driven to 2052 Stoney Mountain Rd. to confront the occupants of the home about a domestic related issue.
Philpott Lake Hosts 58 Anglers in District Championship Martinsville, VA (October 4, 2016) – This past weekend, Martinsville-Henry County, Virginia was host to the Fishers of Men National Tournament Trail District 4 Championship. A total of 58 fishermen participated in the multi-day event. Many teams arrived on Tuesday of last week to begin practicing and […]
(Martinsville, VA) – Community Resource Day is back on Oct. 15 for a second year in a row to give area residents a central location for activities, services and information.
Bon Appétit Appalachia Highlights Local Food, Farms and Flavor Martinsville, VA (October 5, 2016) – The popularity of culinary tourism has grown significantly in recent years as travelers seek out unique experiences that involve fresh foods, farm-to-fork dining, vineyards and craft breweries. To aid visitors in finding these experiences, the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) created […]
Martinsville, VA (September 27, 2016) – The Eastman Foundation has committed $125,000 to the effort to revitalize Fieldale, the site of its largest operation in Henry County. Eastman officials presented a ceremonial check for that amount to the Smith River Small Towns Collaborative on September 6 at the Martinsville-Henry County Economic Development Corp. (EDC) offices. […]
The Smith River Sports Complex (SRSC) plans to broaden the age appeal of the children’s playground by enhancing it with a $2,500 grant from the Harvest Youth Board. The current children’s playground at the SRSC is designed for a target age range of 4-to-7 years, according to the project application. This expansion will extend the […]
(Martinsville, VA) – The Harvest Foundation is back for a second year in a row with a summer fundraiser that will leave five brave volunteers soaking wet from an onslaught of water balloons for a good cause. Allyson Rothrock, president of Harvest Foundation, Kim Adkins, executive director of the United Way of Henry County and […]
(Martinsville, VA) – Area food banks and charitable organizations now have access to a new mobile application that gives users valuable client data that will help connect those in need to local resources.
Martinsville, VA (June 10, 2016) – Earlier this week, Martinsville-Henry County, Virginia took center stage as the Smith River Artisan Trail was featured on WSLS Channel 10’s “Daytime Blue Ridge.” The entertainment/lifestyle TV show, which airs daily at 12:30 p.m., features a segment called “In A Day’s Drive” that highlights day trip opportunities throughout the state of Virginia.