After a day’s trial before a jury in Louisa County Circuit Court on Dec. 6, Brandon Ford, 22, of Bumpass was found not guilty of three charges of sodomy and one of strangulation.
A judge denied a request to evaluate the teenager accused of shooting an elderly couple last month to consider whether he is mentally competent to stand trial.
The electronic game devices that have appeared in stores and gas stations all over Louisa County look a lot like gambling machines. You could spend a few dollars on a game and walk away with a hundred in your pocket.
Some of the characters most familiar to readers of the Sunday funny pages will take the stage tomorrow night at the Louisa Arts Center for the musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.”
A proposed revision to the county code would increase significantly the minimum lot size allowed in areas of the county zoned for agriculture.
The Louisa County School Board voted Dec. 3 to send a $6.8 million capital improvement budget to the board of supervisors. The draft budget includes the first round of funding for a new career and technical education building and a long-anticipated addition to Jouett Elementary School.
Diapers. Formula. Doctor visits … these are just a few of the many expenses mothers have to worry about. Reliable transportation shouldn’t be one of them, but it’s an issue for many mothers in Louisa County.
It may not be the most well-known sport in Louisa County High School, but that doesn’t stop the members of the Lions’ scholastic bowl team from enjoying themselves.
A crew of Louisa County High School students is helping build an affordable home for a local family and gaining valuable work skills they can use after they graduate.
Bruce and Katherine Johnson took a break on a recent weekend from the hard work of raising cattle and sheep. For a few hours, they threw a party, inviting their customers and guests to see what they do and taste the fruits of their labor.
Living in a rural community has many benefits, but there are also some down sides. Certain services are scarce, and the distance to reach doctors, dentists and grocery stores can be considerable.
A week after a 16-year-old boy was charged with murdering a Louisa County man and seriously wounding his wife behind their home, family members struggled to come to terms with what happened.
A member of the Louisa County Board of Supervisors wants the county to declare its opposition to gun control proposals now being floated in the Virginia General Assembly.
A change in the state’s Medicaid program has forced counselors to cut back the amount of time they spend with vulnerable students in Louisa County Public Schools.
Coming off of their third straight undefeated regular season, the Louisa Lions hope to extend their winning streak in the playoffs, beginning with the Region 4B quarterfinal game against the King George Foxes on Nov. 15.
Louisa County native Jodie Johnson is disabled and can’t drive because of her health problems. She depends on other family members to help her pick up groceries at the Louisa County Resource Council, but they aren’t always available.
A 16-year-old Louisa County juvenile appeared by video link in court this afternoon to face charges of shooting and robbing two elderly neighbors on Tuesday.
Without any political connections, the young men of the Louisa County High School Class of 1943 had a good idea what awaited them. As the war raged in Europe and the Pacific, it was a certainty that any healthy 18-year-old would be drafted.
Carroll Gay, 41, an Orange County man charged with stabbing two women in an alleged domestic assault and then burning down a home on Bibb Store Road on Sept. 9, was indicted for arson and on two counts of malicious wounding.