After two days of hearing testimony, a Washington County Circuit Court judge decided the county was reasonable in its decision to allow a truck stop off Interstate 81’s Exit 24.
A new opportunity for beef producers is coming and applications will be available in the Extension Office July 1. The Beef Builder Initiative Grant is sponsored by the Abingdon Feeder Cattle Association and the Virginia Tobacco Commission. The Extension office will be taking applications for the grant and the money available to qualifying producers will supply cost share monies for breeding stock (bulls) or cattle handling equipment/facilities.
Several people walking in Saturday afternoon's Trail Days parade in Damascus were hurt when a car plowed throw the crowd. Here are a few photos from the immediate aftermath.
Tom Taylor of Meadowview will be getting $1,000 every week for the rest of his life, thanks to a ticket he bought at an Abingdon store.
As motorists take to the roads this Memorial Day holiday, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office is urging everyone to buckle up.
Runners will take their marks on Saturday to help out a 14-year-old Abingdon boy.
DePaul Community Resources will join communities across the country in celebrating National Foster Care Month by holding its 5K Walk to Foster Hope on May 18 at 9 a.m. to honor foster families and raise awareness for foster care and adoption.
When author Jeff Toalson found a treasure trove of Civil War letters, he was inspired not only to compile them into a book, but to don period attire and assume the character of the Confederate writer.
A Likely Yarn in Abingdon is offering an array of classes in June. Whether you are looking for a new technique or a beginner looking for a new experience, A Likely Yarn has a class to fit your needs.