Society tends to overlook the fact that people with substance abuse disorders are real people with jobs, hobbies and, most importantly, families they love and who love them.
Library to reopen at normal hours
SPCA gets $50k grant
Events set to draw blood
Memorial Day service at Roselawn
Martinsville adjusts courthouse rules
Graduation week: Tickets, traffic
All branches of the Blue Ridge Regional Library will reopen to the public two days a week starting Monday.
Bassett couple scratches big $$
The Community Recovery Program was awarded $498,961 by the Appalachian Regional Commission to expand services in Martinsville and Henry and Pa…
Distillery opens in Ridgeway
Piedmont Community Services is refurbishing the old American National University building.
He faces more charges in Franklin and Henry counties.
Gov. Ralph Northam says the time has come for Virginia to legalize marijuana.
There were 176 sealed indictments, and about half of those charged remain at large.
An addiction treatment drug that health officials around the country have touted as a crucial part of the battle against the opioid epidemic is prescribed far more often to white patients.
Loss of living-wage-manufacturing jobs continues to have a negative impact on people in this area, said Greg Preston, executive director of Pi…
Long after the wailing and tears, the trauma of separation can linger in children's minds, even after they are reunited with their parents, experts say.
A comprehensive approach is needed to address prescription drug abuse, misuse and opiod/heroin overdose deaths – a public health crisis not only nationally by locally, according to Dr. Jody Hershey, director of the West Piedmont Health District.