Archive for June, 2012

School Superintendent clarifies vision statement

School Superintendent clarifies vision statement At a public hearing last month, William Monroe Head Coach Mark Sanford told county supervisors that Greene County School Superintendent David Jeck had shared a vision with him three years before. “I took a nickel … Continue reading

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Supervisors set fund policy

By Susan Gibbs County supervisors voted to establish a fund balance policy at their regularly scheduled meeting June 12. A proposed policy was provided to supervisors prior to the meeting. It read: “The types of fund balance components are non-spendable, … Continue reading

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PVCC to hold information sessions, open house, in Greene

Piedmont Virginia Community College is hosting free information sessions for prospective students its new Greene County campus and an open house for the community. The campus, named the Eugene Giuseppe Center in honor of a former primary school principal and … Continue reading

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Supervisors’ chair responds to criticism by school officials

By Susan Gibbs Clarence “Buggs” Peyton, chairman of the Greene County Board of Supervisors, spent some time during the panel’s regularly scheduled meeting May 22 defending himself against allegations made in a letter delivered via Greene County public school children … Continue reading

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PVCC online course, Web Weaving consult, lead to economical Website

By Susan Gibbs The thought of creating a Website for your business can be daunting, if not financially, then technically – but it is necessary. “An attractive, sophisticated Website is critical in today’s business world,” says Valerie Palamountain, dean of … Continue reading

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Sal’s Pizzeria & Family Restaurant: a Stanardsville fixture

By Susan Gibbs For decades, Sal’s Pizzeria & Family Restaurant at the shopping center in Stanardsville has been a fixture in Greene’s county seat. “Where would we be without Sal’s?” asks Micki Watson, who works out of the Greene County … Continue reading

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