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Oktoberfest rescheduled for October 17th
Ridgeway Native Matt Bowling Looks for First Martinsville Win
Her grandmother, Diane Teel, became the first female ever to start a (now) Xfinity Series race, the Dogwood 500 at Martinsville in 1982.
Devon Allman Band performing at the Rives Theatre this Saturday Night
Trucks In Vegas On Saturday, Late Models In Martinsville On Sunday
Organizations to host networking reception for new and prospective area residents.
Local Chefs Create Latin American-themed Dishes for Arts Fundraiser
Marketing Leverage Program to aide the Martinsville Speedway
Stop by even on Saturdays to pick out your seats
Martinsville Uptown hosts the 36th annual Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 3rd from 11:00am until 4:00pm.
Scholarship for PHCC's Media Design and Production program
The Smith River Sports Complex (SRSC) will be hosting the inaugural Wine by the River Wine Festival on September 19, 2015.
Martinsville-Henry County welcomed Menard
Blues guitarist Jarekus Singleton to meld rock energy and R&B grooves this Friday
Perfect for Johnson fans and STEM education enthusiasts
There's lots of money to be won at this year's ValleyStar Credit Union 300
Jarekus Singleton at the Rives Theatre
If you didn't get to see it the first time around, come out and see the encore performance of the Doyle and Debbie show, presented by the Patriot Players!
All Virginia regions saw increased tourism revenue while Virginia topped $22 billion
Wine by the River Wine Festival on September 19, 2015.
Get ready for Brewster Walk
Menard in Martinsville
NASCAR rolls into Uptown
Brian McConnell to led the 2016 Mustangs
ValleyStar Supports Racing College of Virginia
September will be full of fun
"2nd Thursday Science Talks" series resumes Thursday at 6 p.m.
New Date set for September 18th
Saturday, September 12th in downtown Bassett
3rd Chamber Music Recital: An Afternoon of Dances
PHCC receives national recognition as one of the top ten community colleges in the nation
Gerry Bannan, professor of fine arts at Patrick Henry Community College, showcased his work in two national exhibitions over the summer.
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