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Chelsea Greenwood started doing CrossFit to cope with the death of her father who succumbed to colon cancer in 2014. She loved it so much, she started her own gym. READ MORE.
Thomas Nelson Community College is building a sign and message board along Interstate 64. In case you were wondering what the gray structure was. READ MORE.
Billsburg Brewery will release an IPA in honor of Chad Dermyer, a Virginia State trooper killed in the of duty in 2016. It was his wife’s idea. READ MORE.
Billsburg to release new beer in honor of fallen state trooper
The city’s police department recently released firearm theft prevention tips on their blog in an effort to let people know gun locks are available for free. Last year, 106 firearms were reportedly stolen from vehicles, authorities said. READ MORE.
On Feb. 13, the business Charlotte Russe Holdings, Inc. filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to court documents. It is not clear when the locations will close, including the store at Patrick Henry Mall. READ MORE.