Casper is a complete love despite the condition he came in. He’s deaf, his teeth are horribly worn down, the marks on his hind legs are from previous laying on concrete and is heartworm positive.
Commander Steve Poleski of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. Post 9877 announced the kickoff of its annual Patriot’s Pen and Voice of America youth competitions.
The Amherst County Retired Teachers Association has organized student help to pack bags of school supplies for kindergarteners. This is the association’s 10th year of sending home supplies for the county’s beginning students, said Beverly Jones, president of the organization.
Have you ever seen such big, gorgeous green eyes? Sadly Loco was brought into the shelter because her owner passed away. She’s very sweet and loves ear scratches. Loco doesn’t particularly care for other cats in her face and space until she has time to warm up and become friends with them.
Colonial Day in Amherst County is returning Aug. 13, giving residents a chance to take a step back in time to learn about education, entertainment, and farming during the Colonial era.
Look at this beautiful girl. Her name is Queena! She is the sweetest thing ever!
Amherst Library is hosting Pop Up Children’s Book Sale on Saturday, July 23.
Titan and Xena are two extra larges in size and personality!
Dimitri has a great smile that is always on his face!
Enrollment is open for Second Stage | Amherst’s 2022 Summer Stage Theater Camp for students in middle school and high school.
The Madison Heights Public Library is hosting an evening with local author Jennifer Bee on July 11.
The Paddy D Quartet, led by songwriter, vocalist, guitarist and pianist Paddy Dougherty-Braunstein, reunites for the finale of this year’s Amherst Java and Jazz series at Second Stage — Amherst on June 25.
Look at this beauty isn’t she stunning! The good girl is Petra!
Whiskey is hands down one of the hugest most cherished dogs at the shelter right now. He is 200% insanely adorable. Never causing one minutes problem, always up and wagging that tail and drawing you to his kennel. It’s hard to explain but maybe you can see it in his video in the comments sec…
This stud is Butch! He is solid and might look like a tough guy but honestly he’s quite the opposite. Butch is quiet, respectful and quite the big baby. If you look closely he has gorgeous ice blue eyes, one only half iced. Also, if you look closely he is blowing silly bubbles from his lips?!
If you want a home setting that’s not run-of-the-mill, Sandidges Mill in Amherst County is a perfect fit.
Amherst Glebe Arts Response on June 10 will present Los Gatos in concert at Second Stage | Amherst.
This handsome boy is Nino! He had a nice family but they found they didn’t have enough time to devote to him so they wanted him to have a better opportunity
The Amherst County Recreation and Parks department the Amherst Art Society co-sponsored a third Spring Fling Arts and More event on May 21. Several vendors, a food truck and more showcased plants, crafters and the open AAS home studio with information on art projects of all kinds at the Monr…
Akasha is our new arrival at Petsense! This pointy eared beauty came into the shelter with 4 kittens.
The Miss Amherst County Pageant was held May 14 at Second Stage — Amherst.
The Amherst Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) installed the 2022-25 officers on May 11 at Emmanuel United Methodist Church in Amherst.
Looking at the 1718 French map by cartographer Guillhaume Delisle revealed an Amherst County mountain named Mount Edlo. Come join the speculation on Sunday, May 29 at 2:30 p.m. about this mysterious mountain as the speakers share their findings during their examinations of old maps and the v…