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Today's News

  • Carroll's fiscal feat

    HILLSVILLE  — How could Carroll County keep its tax rates flat and commit $1.5 million to Phase III school construction?
    A fund balance, answered County Finance Director Pam Smith at the July 12 Carroll Board of Supervisors meeting.
    The fund balance arises from more revenue coming in and the county spending less money than it budgeted for.

  • Fries bans Main Street parking

    FRIES — Residents and visitors to Fries will no longer be able to park along the town's narrow Main Street between Riverview and Firehouse Drive — unless they want a ticket and/or to have their vehicle towed.
    Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to begin enforcing an agreement the town had made previously with the volunteer fire department.

  • Fancy Gap visitors' center expands

    FANCY GAP — Construction on a visitor’s center project took wing as an Eagle Scout project in downtown Fancy Gap Tuesday.
    Building the 20 benches facing the Pickin’ Porch off U.S. 52 is specifically a final service project for Ian Robertson-Gouge and a community service project for the rest of Troop 286, said Scoutmaster Allen Robinson.

  • UPDATED: Bank inside Walmart robbed

    UPDATED 8:30 P.M. THURSDAY:

    Galax police have released some more details about the suspect in the robbery of Woodforest National Bank in Galax's Walmart on Wednesday around 2 p.m.

  • Galax Bus Routes 2010-11

     

    Click the link below to see Galax City Public Schools' bus routes for the 2010-2011 school year.

  • Renters: Know Your Rights

    The Fair Housing Act
    (FHA) prohibits discrimination in housing based on race, color, religion, sex, familial status, national origin and disability. The FHA is part of the Civil Rights Act of 1968

    When Can The Landlord Enter My Apartment?
    In Virginia, landlords are required by law to provide 24 hours notice before entering rental property in non-emergency situations.

  • Crossroads Success Stories — Part Two

    THE ENTREPRENEURS: SECOND IN A SERIES

    Crossroads teaches McCraw business realities
    From incubator to his own insurance agency in just two years

  • Grayson prison stalled

    As construction at a state prison entrance near Independence delays traffic, plans to actually open the facility may be stopped indefinitely.

  • Grayson prison stalled

    As construction at a state prison entrance near Independence delays traffic, plans to actually open the facility may be stopped indefinitely.

  • 'Unfair' housing alleged

    A group of about 10 Glendale Apartments residents stood on the side of Glendale Road below the Galax housing complex on Monday to protest what they claimed to be unfair housing practices.
    Some held signs that stated, “Stop violating out 4th amendment to the constitution,” “Racism is dead...,” “Poor people have rights, too” and “This is not fair housing.”