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Wildflower meadows

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From the Ground Up: Wildflower Meadows

Wildflower meadows have been an important feature of the British landscape for hundreds of years. Nevertheless, they didn’t ...

La Parota

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Food for thought — La Parota is a constant community favorite

Imagine walking in the doors of a modest Mexican restaurant off of South Main Street. You’re greeted by ...

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Halloween hors d’oeuvres

Mummy jalapeño poppers and witch’s eye meatballs When I was a little girl, Halloween was my absolute favorite holiday. ...

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From the ground up — The Joys of a Simple Garden

Farmville is blessed with many talented gardeners. Explore the various neighborhoods, and you’ll find English kitchen gardens with ...

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Ridge Animal Hospital: Taking care of Farmville’s pets since 1978

By Ireland Seagle Farmville the Magazine Did you know the veterinarians and veterinary assistants at Ridge Animal Hospital ...

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A day in the life of UPS Delivery Driver Doug Seagle

Story and photos by Ireland Seagle Personable. Hardworking. Reliable. These are some of the words people around Farmville ...

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Hedwig Thomas: Autobiography details immigration from Germany

Story by Ireland Seagle “She has a knack for describing the opportunities and stresses that she has experienced ...

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Local problems require local solutions

Story by Meghan McIntyre Do you live in the Piedmont District and need access to substance abuse support, ...

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Miller’s Country Store: Great food, friendly faces

Miller’s Country Store has found its way into the hearts and bellies of folks across the Farmville area. ...

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From the Ground Up — Daylilies

The Perfect Plant for the Midsummer Garden The hot, humid, potentially dry days of summer are upon us, ...

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Caryn Kayton: An appetite for business

When Longwood graduate Caryn Kayton opened up a small fabric store on Main Street in 1982, she never ...

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B&M Greenhouse: Beautifying Farmville

In a town renowned for its rural beauty lives a garden center which has provided the community with ...

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Generations of Grants serving the area

By Ireland Seagle Special to The Farmville Herald Have you ever experienced a cracked or broken windshield and ...

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The buzz on beekeeping: Club inspires local apiarists

Honeybees are one of the most important members of our ecosystem. As pollinators, they play a vital role ...

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Marion’s Bi-Rite: Hometown butcher serves southside

There are two things it’s hard to get Ernest Marion of Marion’s Bi-Rite Butcher Shop in Farmville to ...

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Mill Street Sweets on Main: Where sweet dreams become reality

As one strolls down Main Street in Farmville on any given Saturday morning, they should take steps to ...

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The Barn at Gully Tavern: Tying the knot in the Heart of Virginia

Nestled inside of a family farm on Gully Tavern Road in Rice is a stunning and elegant wedding ...

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Talley Jewelry: Farmville’s not-so-hidden gem

Today, Ron Talley runs a successful, full-service jewelry store located in Downtown Farmville. Although the business moved to ...

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From the Ground Up: The other holiday plants

For many people, the holiday season means evergreen garlands, wreaths, trees and poinsettias. Yes, the tropical plant with ...

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The Christmas cabin: A showstopper gingerbread house

The holidays come with many treasured traditions, and one of my favorites has got to be making and ...

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Operation Christmas Child unites church community

Story and photos by Victoria Thompson With the Christmas season coming up soon, people are joining together to ...

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From the Ground Up: In praise of sweet potatoes

It’s been a good year for sweet potatoes. In early summer, we feasted on sauteed shoots and leaves ...

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Artist in Residence — Patrick Wade: Farmville gets inked

Farmville is rich in artistic talent, from potters and painters to musicians and crocheters. Amid the many creators ...

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Moton Museum: Local history inspires change for the future

Story and photos by Victoria Thompson The Robert Russa Moton Museum, located in Farmville, serves not only as ...

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Wilkerson’s green thumb

If you’ve ever enjoyed the beauty of the plaza in downtown Farmville or felt your heart give a ...

Thanksgiving foods

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The top 10 Thanksgiving foods, ranked

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. While nothing makes me happier than getting to spend time with ...

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Why I Love Farmville — Jill Ahmad

HOW LONG HAVE YOU CALLED FARMVILLE “HOME” AND WHY DID YOU CHOOSE TO LIVE HERE? A: I may not ...

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