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Better Days offers help in tough times for Farmville, region

Better Days Farmville has supported families and individuals in crisis since January 2022, and they have no plans ...

Holliday Creek

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From The Archive: In 1837, they found gold in Holliday Creek

In 1837, you didn’t have to go to California to strike gold. All you’d have had to do ...

Davis GMC

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Meet the man behind Davis GMC: Wayne Davis

Wayne Davis and his family have been a staple in Farmville for generations, providing reliable vehicles at Davis ...

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The History of Prince Edward County Courthouse

Editor’s note: Farmville-Prince Edward Historical Society President Jimmy Hurt presented a program on the history of the Prince ...

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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Farmville artisans create memories with their crafts

If you look it up in the dictionary, Merriam-Webster defines a craftsman as “a person who makes beautiful ...

Historic Homes of High Street

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Historic Homes of High Street: The 700 block

The Farmville-Prince Edward Historical Society recently held a meeting at Farmville Train Station where Jimmy Hurt and Caroline ...

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Serving It Up — Creamy tomato soup with homemade vegetable stock

It’s that wonderful time of year again in which the days are shorter, colder and we can’t wait ...

Jerry Todt

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A Farmville author creates his own Christmas miracle

During the winter season in Farmville, you likely get to spend some time with family around your fireplace, ...

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The lights go up in Farmville

It’s still somewhat of a new tradition in Farmville. Music plays, a switch is flipped and the lights ...

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From the Ground Up — Unsung heroes of the winter garden

As Sir Francis Bacon wrote in his essay on gardens, “There ought to be gardens for all months ...

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Editor’s Notebook — Christmas is about community

It’s not about the presents, although I’ve never turned one down. It’s also not about the decorations, although ...

Lions Club Shrimp Fest

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Farmville Lions Club finds a mouthwatering new way to serve

The Farmville Lion’s Club has served the town for almost 100 years. This year, the club found a ...

Farmville United Methodist Church’s Rev. Susie Thomas visits with a dog at the blessing of the animals.

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A blessing offered to furry family members

The first ceremony happened in 1210. No, that date isn’t wrong. St. Francis of Assisi first blessed animals ...

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Historic Homes of High Street: The 600 block

The Farmville-Prince Edward Historical Society recently held a meeting at Farmville Train Station where Kay Whitfield and Caroline ...

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Why I Love Farmville — Doug Stanley

Prince Edward County Administrator Doug Stanley joins us this month to share some of his favorite memories about ...

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Serving It Up — Thanksgiving fettuccine alfredo

It’s November, meaning many of us will soon be stuffing our face with turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce ...

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Publisher’s Notebook — We serve

The Farmville Lions Club is just one of the many service clubs in our area that are near ...

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From the Ground Up — Green on Green: A classic, low maintenance garden design

Traditional gardening has always been about wrestling nature into submission, an approach that’s labor intensive and somewhat like ...

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 ...

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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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