Centra Gretna Medical Center Opens Monday Morning
Gretna, VA - It's been years in the making, but work is finally complete on the Centra Medical Center in Gretna. The hospital will open its doors for patients tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m.
Mountain Valley Pipeline Holds First Open House in Gretna
Gretna, VA - Representatives of the proposed Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline met with the public for the first time tonight. They held the first of many open houses, in Gretna this evening.
Centra Medical Center Opens Sunday in Gretna
Gretna, VA - Work on Centra's new medical center in Gretna will finally be complete Sunday. The new medical center on McBride Lane will replace Centra's current facility there. The 24 hour emergency room will be the first of its kind for Gretna.
Gretna Medical Center welcomes first patients
Gretna's new medical center is now open.
Gretna Man Being Held on No Bond
Pittsylvania Co., Va.- A Gretna man is being held in the Pittsylvania County jail tonight, after beating a woman, who later died. Henry Daniel Doss Sr., 29, turned himself in last week after allegedly beating Mary Adkins Hooker. She ended up in the hospital with numerous fractures on her body.
Dozens Attend Vigil for Gretna Woman
Gretna, VA - Dozens turned out Wednesday night for a candlelight vigil in honor of a woman who died when a car crashed into her apartment last month.
Heroes From The Heart Of Virginia: Edward Reynolds
Gretna, VA - The year is 1969.Edward Reynolds of Gretna was on his way to Vietnam, a war the United States entered four years earlier.
Warrant Reveals Gretna Man Said He Intentionally Drove Car Into Apartment, But Didn't Mean To Kill Victim
Gretna, VA-- A search warrant is shedding more light tonight on the case of a Gretna man who police say drove into his ex-girlfriend's house, and killed her.
Gretna Funeral Home celebrates 100 years
Colbert-Moran Funeral Home is turning 100. Only two families have owned the business since it opened in 1914. The current owners have operated it since 1965.
VA Community Colleges Certifications
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Seven Virginia community colleges will receive $500,000 in incentives for students that complete certifications in demand by businesses and industry.