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Ralph Stanley’s grandson will lead the Clinch Mountain Boys to the stage of The Jettie Baker Center in Clintwood, Va. on April 4.
Check out the many exhibits in the area
Three Saltville residents face criminal charges following a traffic stop over an expired inspection sticker.
Country duo Kelly Willis and Bruce Robison lead this week’s free MP3 download. Check out Music Notes in Short Takes.
WoodRight Forest Products, a project of Appalachian Sustainable Development, has selected six focus communities to help link Central Appalachian forest products to consumers.
The show is expected to air at 7 p.m., according to a written statement from The Health Wagon.
The university announced earlier this month that it will bring its master's entry program, a clinical nurse leader program, to the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center starting in 2015.
This year's Mid-Atlantic Garden Faire will be held from May 2-4 at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center.
City Council members voted Tuesday to allocate the remaining general obligation bonds promised to The Pinnacle's developer last January once retail commitments were met.
A deputy received minor injuries after being bitten by the suspect's dog.
The shooter, who served in Iraq in 2011, had been undergoing an assessment to determine whether he had post-traumatic stress disorder.
Tennessee is the only state in the country without guaranteed access to Medicaid's disproportionate share hospital program.
A 22-year veteran of General Shale has been appointed its chief executive officer.
Meg Gruber has been re-elected president of the Virginia Education Association.
All it took was developing her first roll of film, and Marjorie Ann Fishback, a senior at Virginia Intermont College, knew exactly the career path she wanted to pursue.
Other county office and commission candidates will be on-hand
The Health Wagon is scheduled to be featured in an upcoming segment of CBS' 60 Minutes.
RICHMOND, Va. — A report issued Wednesday by a justice reform organization says that Virginia is spending too much to keep too many people locked up for too long.
A justice reform organization says Virginia is spending too much to keep too many people locked up for too long.