The Army Corps of Engineers can be difficult to work with at times…
The Army Corps of Engineers can be difficult to work with at times…
Oops. I just realized that I missed last week’s QuickHits! article. Let’s get back on track.
It’s time to look at some of the articles that have caught my eyes over the last week. Sunday is QuickHits! day (um… except for last week).
Let’s take a look at things that are happening, have happened or will happen. Hands on your buzzers, contestants.
It’s time for today’s LightningRound!
Ted Dalton & Evan Parrish from “Homie’s Heroes” were the musical guest at Texas Steakhouse‘s “Tunes at the Saloon” on Thursday night.
Speaking of Texas Steakhouse, I had a Bacon Bleu Burger. Totally amazing and one of my favorites. It’s a great meal and the prices are great too. Click here for a free appetizer with your next meal purchase (how about tonight?). They’re a great sponsor of SouthsideCentral and we’re glad to feature them here.
Let’s take a look at some photos and videos of the guys’ performance. Hint: They were great.
Here’s one of those types of article that I love to do.
A military veteran gets recognized and honored for her service, and Danville gets a new family moving in.
We’re LIVE! in Danville’s River District for the 2nd annual River District Scavenger Hunt. We’ll be going all over the River District hunting in stores for the hidden items, and you’ll be going along with us!
We had some technical difficulties with this article. We’re still working on it.
We often have a lot of news, opinions, thoughts, photos and miscellaneous things that just aren’t big enough to rate their own 400-word article. That’s why we’re adding the new “LightningRound” category. We’ll be able to keep RandomThoughts to mostly Random Thoughts now. Or maybe this will be RandomThoughts! with a lot more content and details. Ah hell, let’s see how it works out.
The storm clouds are brewing… it’s time for the first LightningRound!
We’re LIVE! at Danville City Hall for Tuesday’s Danville City Council meeting. This article is now complete, so I hope you enjoy the most detailed coverage from any media source.
Sunday’s Register & Bee editorial went down the wrong track by saying that Danville City Council had more enthusiasm for a new football stadium than for school repairs. Considering that they didn’t even have a reporter at the discussion that night, they’re totally wrong.
We’ll wrap up our series of PhotoCentral articles on this weekend’s Adoptathon held at Reidsville NC’s Petsense. We’ve shown you the animals in Part #1 and Part #2, and took you on a tour of Petsense in Part #3. Now we’re going to introduce you to the special exhibitor that they had there.
Let’s take a look at what CCSB Reptile Rescue & Rehabilitation Center had on exhibit at the Adoptathon…
We’ll continue our series of PhotoCentral articles about this weekend’s Adoptathon held over in Reidsville, NC. You can read all about it in Part #1 & Part #2 articles that we published earlier.
The Rockingham County Animal Shelter, Drive 4 Shelter and Petsense are sponsoring the event. Let’s take a look around Petsense and see what’s inside.
Here’s Part #2 in the series of PhotoCentral articles about this weekend’s Adoptathon at Reidsville, NC’s Petsense store. Petsense, the Rockingham County Animal Shelter and Drive 4 Shelter will be back out at Petsense on Sunday from 12N – 5PM and they’ve got plenty of pets for you to adopt. Drive 4 Shelter is helping out with some adoption fees, so make your way to 1547 Freeway Drive on Sunday and bring home an animal companion.
Let’s continue on our PhotoCentral tour so that you can see what’s coming up on Sunday!
Reidsville NC’s PetSense, the Rockingham County Animal Shelter and Drive 4 Shelter are holding an Adoptathon this weekend at the Petsense store. They’ll be back up and at it on Sunday from 12N to 5PM. We’ve got a series of PhotoCentral articles coming to show you what happened on Saturday and the things you can see on Sunday. The store is located at 1547 Freeway Dr, so make your way there on Sunday. A lot of these pets are ready to go to a new home now and Drive 4 Shelter is contributing to the adoption fees for some of these dogs and cats.
Let’s get to the photos!
Thursday night is LIVE! music night at Danville’s Texas Steakhouse and SouthsideCentral was there! They’re one of our advertisers and we strongly support their business. Great food & drinks at a great price, and LIVE! music from 6 to 9 PM. Be sure to print out your coupon for a free appetizer with your meal purchase for the next time you go.
Matt Crowder was this week’s featured performer. Let’s take a look and listen.
Yesterday, US District Court Judge Michael Urbanski denied Pittsylvania County’s motion to dissolve the injunction that stopped the Board of Supervisors from leading Christian prayers from the dais. If they’re not doing it anymore, why would this injunction still be needed?
Thanks, Tim Barber.
Another Job Bust! AllergEase has left town! Their phone has been disconnected! The sky is falling! However, this could be a case of “Not so fast, my friends!”
Who in the heck would read an article titled OrganizedThoughts?
We’re wrapping up our PhotoCentral series on the Danville Pittsylvania Chamber of Commerce‘s May Business After Hours that was held at Commonwealth Physical Therapy. We’ve already published Part #1 & Part #2, so let’s wrap it up. Did somebody mention a pool?
The Danville Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce makes a big difference in the SouthsideVA region. Not only do they advocate for the interests of businesses, they also work with education, workforce development, leadership training and more. Join the Chamber. It’s well worth it.
Let’s continue our look at the Chamber’s May Business After Hours at Commonwealth Physical Therapy.
The Danville Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce held their monthly Business After Hours at Commonwealth Physical Therapy last Thursday night. SouthsideCentral was there and we’ve got a three-part PhotoCentral article series to let you see what they’ve got there. Needless to say, I can’t talk about the Chamber without telling you to become a member. It’s well worth it for your business. Let’s get started with Part #1.
Let’s take a look at some of the articles that have caught my eye this week. You know it… Sunday is QuickHits day!
You’ve got serious problems when you hope to get a photo of a police officer getting injured.
I enjoy saying things that are true. They may make people uncomfortable and mad, but I’m not afraid to say things directly.
Thirteen isn’t an unlucky number when you’re talking about last weekend’s Festival in the Park. Here’s some more photos for you to enjoy as we wrap up last Friday’s PhotoCentral tour.
Festival in the Park 2015 is over, but we want to get you some more photos from last weekend.