Category Archives: South Hill, VA

Atomic number: on the radio and in my life

When I was a young radio news director with a freshly made bachelors degree, I worked for an AM radio station in Danville, VA, covering local, regional, and state news, and doing some national stories for NBC, our network. The … Continue reading

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Colonial Center Theatre has gone live

South Hill’s Colonial Center Theatre–once home to vaudeville productions after its original completion in 1925–is now hosting live performances once again. We already knew that the historical theatre’s restoration was gorgeous, detailed, and historically as authentic as possible; now we … Continue reading

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On the Radio: More high speed in Southside

I neglected to post a recent radio story I did on grant money awarded for developing high speed internet in Southside Virginia. While I have good broadband at my house, many people in our region do not have good access. … Continue reading

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On the radio: New Industry in Mecklenburg County

I have a new radio story up over at WCVE public radio. You can listen at the station archives if you missed it this morning. Great news for Southside Virginia, with Home Care Industries and Microsoft both announcing new plants … Continue reading

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My latest radio story: Colonial Theatre

This week I did a story for WCVE public radio, an NPR-member station based in Richmond, about the newly renovated Colonial Theatre here in South Hill. (I’m WCVE’s Southside Virginia news correspondent). I was fortunate that Mayor Horne gave me … Continue reading

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