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Long-time Greene County resident Tom Flynn has announced his candidacy for the Ruckersville seat on the Greene County Board of Supervisors. Read more
Bishop Michael V. Jackson Sr. has been selected as the 2019 Grand Marshall for the town’s 4th of July Parade in recognition for his years of dedication and community service.
When 15-year-old Ensor wanted a project worthy of helping him become an Eagle Scout and Powell wanted a way to showcase historic downtown Stanardsville, the pair found just the thing to fill both their needs.
The Greene County Grand Jury handed down 41 indictments against a Ruckersville man on Monday, June 10.
The trials of two people accused of breaking and entering and aggravated assault in Greene County last August have been delayed.
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Cheryl McDaniel has found her calling as a dairy farmer.
After making their first appearance in the state tournament in program history, the William Monroe High School girls soccer team fell in the Class 3 State Semifinals 3-0 to Western Albemarle High School.
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