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The victim of a Martinsville assault last month has died, upgrading the aggravated assault case to a homicide.
There’s a new nonprofit working to encourage people to move to Southwest Virginia.
Remote learning will be the only option, at least at the beginning of the year, for Martinsville City Schools students.
We have a better idea how helpful a local nonprofit has been for businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The market received a grant to set up the website, which will go live on July 12.
The Mustangs roster includes two VMI players and one pitcher from Ferrum.
A company is expanding its operation in Henry County, investing $6.9 million and creating 30 new jobs in the process.
Some local families now have some much needed supplies thanks in part to a NASCAR driver’s foundation.
Track Superintendent Billy Moore is retiring after 38 years at the Speedway.
Some small businesses in Southwest Virginia now have a lot more money to help them as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
One person is dead in connection with a coronavirus outbreak at the YoungWilliams call center in Martinsville.
Seniors at Martinsville High School are going to miss out on prom, graduation and other traditions -- but school officials wanted to make sure they felt the love from the...
Two Martinsville women have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to West Piedmont Population Health Manager Nancy Bell.
NASCAR action at Martinsville Speedway is being pushed back.
The site is currently scheduled to be open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from noon to 4 p.m., but that could change depending on demand.
The coronavirus has many people struggling right now, so some Martinsville police officers are taking time to check on people in their community.
A Martinsville City Council member is trying to make sure people in his city who need masks to help protect themselves from the coronavirus have them.
Martinsville leaders are holding a news conference at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
A local fabric company is working to keep doctors and nurses safe from the coronavirus.
This week has been designated as Virginia is for Restaurant Lovers ‘Takeout Week’ across the state.
A place known for testing drivers’ skills behind the wheel will soon be used for a totally different type of testing.
The plastic headbands being made by Patrick Henry Community College may not seem all that impressive, but they could be the difference between falling victim or staying w...
Two local nonprofits are teaming up to make sure those on the frontlines of the coronavirus have child care if they need it.
A woman in her 60s is the first case of coronavirus in the West Piedmont Health District.
We continue to check in with local hospitals to find out what they're doing to stay prepared for the coronavirus.
A 52-year-old Martinsville woman died after being hit by a car while trying to cross a street on Wednesday evening.
Three more people have been arrested in connection with a Sunday night homicide in Patrick County.
Martinsville firefighters were busy Tuesday night, responding to two fires in just over an hour.
Ryan Preece and Kevin Harvick were among those on hand Tuesday for testing at the paperclip.
A new program is underway in Martinsville to make sure students there don’t go hungry.
Virginia State Police are investigating after a female inmate at Martinsville City Jail died on Tuesday morning.
Martinsville Deputy Fire Chief Andy Powers' training literally, you might say, kicked in Saturday morning while he was visiting his parents in Collinsville.
The Martinsville man who authorities say shot a Martinsville police officer on New Year’s Day is out of the hospital and in police custody, according to Virginia State Po...
Police said they will file charges against the Martinsville man who led police on a chase and started a shootout on New Year’s Day.
A Martinsville police officer was taken to the hospital after being shot Wednesday night, and authorities say a suspect is in custody.
God's Pit Crew donated more than 200 emergency blessing buckets to Martinsville City Schools.
Expect to see more buses on Virginia roads next year.
The parade had been delayed for nearly a month because of bad weather.
Martinsville Council voted unanimously to begin the process of reverting from an independent city to a town within Henry County