Virginia State Police responded to three separate crashes eastbound at mile marker 164 on Interstate 64 at around 9:57 a.m. Tuesday resulting in multiple vehicles being involved.
Rappahannock Electric Cooperative’s communications and public relations team was recognized in the 2019 Spotlight on Excellence Awards program, sponsored by the Council of Rural Electric Communicators and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
A Louisa County man was shot and killed on Saturday, July 20 in Dumfries.Prince William County Police Department officers were called at 9:43 p.m. to investigate a shooting at the intersection of Buell Ct. and Old Triangle Rd., where they found James Edward Grooms, 32, suffering from gunshot…
Damian Weaver is a hard worker by anyone’s standards. He works four jobs and since the beginning of this year has been the proud owner of Frosties Rail Stop in Louisa.
For the second straight year, the Virginia Department of Health has advised people to avoid swimming in certain areas of Lake Anna due to a harmful algae bloom.
Charles Rosson sees his candidacy for Louisa County Commissioner of the Revenue as a chance to bring some fresh ideas to the office.
Evan Pelot, a former Louisa County High School assistant varsity baseball coach and teacher, was indicted July 15 by a grand jury for attempting to break into a Mineral house.
A trio of landowners proposed rezoning 87 acres near Lake Anna for residential use, drawing criticism from neighbors who say it will create too much boat traffic.
Heat advisories are in effect and Louisa County officials have opened cooling centers for area residents to seek relief.
One of three big housing developments proposed in Zion Crossroads is headed for the Louisa County Board of Supervisors for a vote, despite concerns about water supply and impacts on schools and public safety.
Louisa Community Emergency Fund recently held its fifth annual BBQ Throwdown fundraiser at the Betty Queen Center. LCEF board members were pleased with the attendance and funds generated to help local families in crisis.
A new tool to protect rural land and encourage development in growth areas was part of the Louisa County Board of Supervisors’ comprehensive plan discussion on July 1.
Louisa’s Major baseball team wrapped up its run at the District 14 title in style, defeating Culpeper 12-1 on Luck Field in Mineral on July 2. The win earns the team a spot in the Virginia Little League state tournament next week.
Much of the first meeting of a citizens’ group formed to address safety concerns on Shannon Hill Road (Rt. 605) focused on residents’ unresolved grievances about the planned 700-acre industrial park.
Mary Katherine and Aaron Dudley of Holly Grove want to know who vandalized their fencing over the holiday weekend and are offering a $2,500 reward.
Negotiations over a permit to allow water from the James River to feed Louisa County’s growth have stalled, and a federal panel has intervened to try to break the logjam.
The Louisa County Sheriff’s Office is in mourning this week after K9 Officer Rizzo, their eight-year-old black and tan bloodhound, passed away.
The Louisa Court House Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution would like to recognize the role of Louisa County and Patrick Henry in the American Revolution
Rev. Larry Davies has assumed the pastorate of the Mineral-Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church charge, officially taking the pulpit on June 30. Rev. Erin Geoffrion, who has served the charge for the past several years, has taken a new assignment.
Several awards are headed to their new home at Louisa County Public Schools, and they show that safety is a top priority at the school division.
The first rule of thumb in the world of business is location, location, location, and for the Louisa County Chamber of Commerce, their new spot at 102 Church Avenue fits the bill.
Election officials in Louisa and Goochland counties are waiting for advice from the state attorney general on where several hundred voters should cast ballots in November.
A Powhatan man, Anthony Davenport, 25, will be charged in Louisa County with killing his roommate and leaving his body on a Green Springs farm property.
The Louisa County Planning Commission recommended against rezoning a Lake Anna property to allow a wedding venue and bed and breakfast facility.
These days, George Foussekis is known as either the husband of Laura Foussekis or “that horseshoes guy from Blue Ridge Shores,” but there was a time when he was a well known football coach.