Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Most readers are apathetic about Easter egg hunt

The Reidsville Review is reporting 50% of its readers are not planning to become involved in an Easter egg hunt this year.  And, a third of its readers just don't care.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

John Henderson owes $1100 in past due taxes

John Henderson (right) during one of his rare waking moments

The Reidsville Review is reporting former Reidsville City Councilman John H Henderson is still not paying his property taxes on time.  Henderson, who once earned more than $600 per month to attend a single monthly city council meeting, has failed to pay his taxes on time for more than 20 years.

Click here to read the Review's report.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

If you only knew where the store is

The Reidsville Review has always done great job at helping business.  The latest Review aid is about a local hometown Sears store.  And, the best part is the Review never tells you where you can find the store.

Click here to read the story and good luck with guessing in what city the store is located.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Little doubt Rockingham County will not succeed

Chris Chung praises economic development

Reidsville Review child reporter Dallas Britt is doing a wonderful job.

Here's a quote from his recent article about Rockingham County's growing economic prosperity:

Click here to read Britt's masterpiece.

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Crime at Walmart

Searching for suspect

We're going to begin a new feature...Crime at Walmart.  This will feature crimes committed at the Reidsville Walmart and reported by the Reidsville Review.  Of course most of the crimes will be for larceny (shoplifting), but occasionally there will a shooting, stabbing, kidnapping, or car crash.

 I know we love picking up the newspaper and reading every week about who stole what at the Walmart.  I wonder what we did with our time before Walmart came to town.

We hope you enjoy this summary of Crime at Walmart.

Friday, March 6, 2015

Fasten your seatbelt! It's gonna blow!

You might want to strap yourself in for this one because it's going to be BIG,  I mean really really BIG.

This is going to make knocking down the Confederate Monument seem trivial.

I suggest you start sucking up to your neighbor.

The county Attorney, Robert Shaver, has drafted a proposed new ordinance that will allow the Sheriff (Sam Page) to arrest you if you fire a gun within 500 feet of your neighbor's house.

I'll let that one sink in a minute...

If you fire a gun within 500 feet of your neighbor's house, even if you're on your own property, you will be in violation of this ordinance.

Click here to read it.