On Friday, the Commonwealth of Virginia graduated its 137th generation of Virginia State Troopers. The 31 new troopers were presented with their diplomas during commencement exercises at the State Police Training Academy located at 7700 Midlothian Turnpike in North Chesterfield County. Gov. …

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The Carver-Price Legacy Museum (CPLM) in Appomattox preserves and interprets Carver-Price High School, an original historic Rosenwald School building, serving as a symbol of the significant changes occurring from public school segregation to integration in the American South. 

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On Friday, Appomattox County High School (ACHS) hosted Raider Ready Day, a one-morning event that introduces eighth graders from Appomattox Middle School (AMS) to the various elective courses available for them to take when they reach the high school level. 

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Those who have read the Times Virginia this month may have noticed a new name and photograph in the “Words from the Chamber” column. Steven Boyer was approved as new director by the Appomattox County Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors to take over for John Redding, who decided to enjoy…

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The Appomattox Chapter 11, United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) welcomes its newest member, Laural Megan Williams, who had aged out of the Children of the Confederacy (CofC). Laural had been a CofC member since 2004.

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Carver-Price Legacy Museum’s Martin Luther King (MLK) Ceremony Celebration returned this year, creating a multicultural experience for the community, strengthening the community’s values and providing entertainment.

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Liberty University School of Behavioral Sciences professor Dr. Lisa Sosin has been announced as the namesake of a new award from the Association for Creativity in Counseling (ACC), a division of the American Counseling Association.

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Today in Appomattox County Circuit Court, Enrico Andre Moss was found guilty of first degree murder for his involvement in the Oct. 20, 2020 homicide of 45-year-old Bedford County resident Carlos L. Rose.

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Testimony was heard today at Appomattox County Circuit Court in the opening day of the jury trial for Enrico Andre Moss, who is charged in connection with the Oct. 20, 2020 homicide of Bedford County resident Carlos L. Rose, aged 45. The case will resume Thursday morning at 9 a.m. 

The traditional Times Square Ball in New York City dropped on New Year’s Eve with millions of people hugging, kissing, dancing, cheering and singing “Auld Lang Syne” to welcome 2023.

The Appomattox Knights of Columbus council at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church on Oakleigh Avenue announced that their quarterly Outstanding Individual Contributor Recognition Award was given to Bonnie Toth.

At the Dec. 12 meeting of the Appomattox Town Council, re-elected and new members, and Mayor Richard Conner, took their Oath of Office led by Appomattox County Circuit Court Clerk Janet Hix.

High school juniors across Southside Electric Cooperative’s service area, which includes Appomattox County, are encouraged to apply for the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour as the trip heads back to the nation’s capital for a week next June.

The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education (VFCCE) has awarded a grant to Central Virginia Community College (CVCC) to participate in the College Attainment for Parent Students (CAPS) Pilot Project.

The Bruiser Wrestling Federation’s (BWF) Bruiser for Wrestling event had more than one winner, as Appomattox Relay for Life, a nonprofit organization that funds cancer research, benefited greatly from the event’s proceeds.  

Local emergency crews were kept busy over the Christmas weekend and the surrounding days as high winds and single-digit temperatures struck Appomattox County, in addition to several fires, motor vehicle accidents and other incidents.

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Earlier today, the Concord Volunteer Fire Department and Appomattox Volunteer Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire in the 3900 block of Stonewall Road.

In the years since her time onstage as a student in Liberty University’s Department of Theatre Arts, Rachel Day Hughes (’13) has brought her acting craft to multiple stages. This holiday season, she has made her screen debut in the feature film “I Heard the Bells,” which premiered on Dec. 1 …

According to the National Center for Responsible Gaming, adolescents experience serious problems related to gambling at a higher rate than adults. Studies show that children and teenagers are more likely to develop a gambling addiction later in life if they gamble at a young age.