With approximately 500 World War II veterans dying every day and Vietnam vets now aging in their 60s and 70s, membership in the Veterans of Foreign Wars has been steadily declining nationally over the past two decades. A group of post-Vietnam War era...
The Carroll County Republican Primary is now set for Sat., May 16 and will feature a pair of contested races.
It's not unusual for a student to work while attending college. Morgan Crowder, a freshman at High Point University, is one of those students. However, instead of waiting tables or serving up fries, she is working for the university she...
Fire crews cleared the scene of a fire at about 9 p.m. Saturday night at Magnolia Manufacturing in Hillsville.
Two Carroll County citizens have been arrested after a routine traffic stop for an expired inspection sticker led to the discovery of a mobile meth lab.
Two Carroll County women were fortunate to escape a two-vehicle crash Thursday in Fancy Gap with only minor injuries.
HILLSVILLE – Anyone planning to seek public office in Carroll County and run in the Republican preferential primary is reminded that the deadline to file is Monday, Jan. 26 at noon.
The Tennessee man charged in a 2014 home invasion on Ivanhoe Road in Carroll County will serve 28 years and 60 days in prison.
Two former athletes and one supporter will be inducted into the second class of the Carroll County High School Sports Hall of Fame on January 30 at CCHS.
Following a closed session during the town council meeting on Jan. 12, board members voted to advertise for a new clerical position.
The Hillsville Volunteer Fire Department (HVFD) received a $3,500 donation from Walmart on Jan. 9. Galax Walmart Manager Todd Taylor and Pam Chamberlain, community involvement coordinator, presented the check to HVFD Chief Donny...
Two Cana men are in custody in North Carolina after allegedly stealing several vehicles.
A North Carolina man has been charged with kidnapping and other offenses after holding a woman at gunpoint in the McDonald's restaurant in Lambsburg on Jan. 13.
The Virginia Cooperative Extension Office in Carroll County has added two new members to its staff.
David Hutchins has announced his intentions to run for a third term as the Sulphur Springs District representative on the Carroll County Board of Supervisors.
Area firefighters braved near zero wind chill temperatures Jan. 7 for approximately four hours in an attempt to save a house on Baker Mines Road in Sylvatus. And while the home itself will probably be a total loss due to structural damage,...
The Carroll County Historical Society Museum will be displaying new items to celebrate the Sesquicentennial of the ending of the Civil War. To make the display even more pertinent to Carroll County, the historical society is asking the public to...
Twin County Regional Hospital (TCRH) recently welcomed the first baby of 2015.
Delegate Jeff Campbell hopes to tackle several public safety issues as well as continue the fight to keep the Southwest Virginia Training Center open when the Virginia House of Delegates convenes for its General Assembly session beginning Jan.
Whitney Lee Isom was sentenced to 10 years in prison by Carroll County Circuit Court Judge Brett Geisler on Jan. 7. for her role in the 2013 shooting death of Kevin Heath Frazier.
The Blue Ridge Music Center and 88.5 FM WFDD-Public Radio for the Piedmont are teaming up with radio show host Paul Brown for Across The Blue Ridge - Old Sounds, New Trails, a series of roots and traditional music concerts in cities across the North...
The Virginia State Police Sex Offender Unit is asking for the public's help in locating a sex offender who has failed to re-register with the Virginia State Police.
Sky View Missionary Baptist Church unwrapped a very large present just prior to Christmas, one that will not only serve its congregation, but fellow citizens of Carroll County as well.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors and Public Service Authority (PSA) will have new chairmen and vice chairmen in 2015.
In an effort to keep the public informed on important and time-sensitive matters, The Hillsville Police Department has set up a Nixle account and continues to update its new Facebook page.