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STEPS crew makes old things new again

All those Amazon boxes ordered during the pandemic and placed by the curb for recycling ended up in ...

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Keeping Farmville clean and pristine

The first thing you notice about Damon Streat is his speed. The man whose job it is to ...

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Sweet treats for a cause

Waldy’s makes hot summer days a little cooler Hidden away among the warehouses and baseball fields scattered along ...

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From the Ground Up — Life is awakening everywhere

In time of silver rain The earth puts forth new life again, Green grasses grow And flowers lift ...

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The symbiosis of an icon

There is a short list of things that are synonymous with the Town of Farmville. “I often tell ...

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Serving it Up — A meal fit for a king

Titus picks his perfect Farmville meal I was truly on my own for the first time in my ...

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Catching Up With … William Moss

Moss turns passion for sports into a business William Moss has turned his passion for sports and his ...

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A timeless symbol signifies Farmville

Downtown landscapes are often known for a singular feature that grabs the eye and helps define the look ...

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The civic club model of service

Communities are sustained and come to thrive through the service of people. There are a variety of ways ...

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Editor’s Notebook — A quintessential Farmville edition

In this edition of Farmville the Magazine, we didn’t plan to write an edition about all things quintessentially ...

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Artist in Residence — Painting a visual symphony

God answered Charles Hartwill’s prayer, and the rest was history. “When I was living in Maryland before I ...

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A Look into the Past — Farmville in 1899: ‘We have a great and growing town!’

A page one article in The Farmville Herald in 1899 began, “Farmville is the metropolis of Southside Virginia ...

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From the Ground Up — Master Gardeners celebrate 20 years of service

Ever since they were founded in 2001, the Heart of Virginia Master Gardeners have been enthusiastic about sharing ...

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Art goes outdoors: Bringing Beauty to Farmville’s Downtown

Story and photos by Marge Swayne What do tourism and art have in common? The answer, according to ...

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Catching Up With…Blake Phillips

Blake Phillips found his way to Farmville by way of Longwood University when he took the job as ...

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A comfortable tradition endures

A tradition that may span more than a century endures in the iconic Doyne Building today with each ...

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Serving it Up — Great Local Cocktails

Farmville isn’t just a great place to be — it’s a great place to wet your whistle, too. ...

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Publisher’s Notebook — Let the good times roll

Spring is here and just in time is the April edition of Farmville the Magazine. Have we got ...

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Faith and flowers another path for St. Theresa

Story and photos by Marge Swayne St. Theresa Catholic Church, like most churches during the COVID pandemic, is ...

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Art Exhibition — Rabbit/Hare

The pictures presented here form part of an exhibition that is on display at the Longwood Center for ...

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Art Exhibition — Scrap Time

This exhibition on display at Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) shows how what seems to be ...

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Art Exhibition — Asterisks in the Grand Narrative of History

The pictures presented here were taken of a few pieces of artwork from an exhibition that is on ...

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Artist in Residence — The artistry of a productive technician

Judith Kennedy has been sewing for most of her life, and it eventually opened the door for her ...

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From the Ground Up — Asian delights not your grandma’s vegetables

Story and photos by Dr. Cynthia Wood I’ve always loved Asian food — hot spicy ma la-flavored dishes ...

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Town and Gown — Embracing what Farmville has to offer

In August 2005 my family (wife Trish, 9-year-old daughter Amanda, 6-year-old son Connor) pulled into town after our ...

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Why I Love Farmville — Susie Thomas

Susie Thomas is the Lead Pastor Farmville United Methodist Church. HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN IN FARMVILLE, AND ...

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A Look into the Past — There’s gold in that thar river

Story and photos by Dr. Jim Jordan If you lived in Farmville in 1837, you wouldn’t have had ...

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