Academy of Fine Arts announces events for 2016

Academy of Fine ArtsThe Academy of Fine Arts has announced an ambitious schedule for 2016 – more from WLNI’s Gene Marrano:

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Commonwealth Games coming to Liberty and Lynchburg

Liberty University logoThe Commonwealth Games of Virginia are moving to the campus of Liberty University for the most part next July – after 25 years of being based in Roanoke … The amount of funding pledged by local governments in the Roanoke and Lynchburg areas was about the same … but Liberty’s five-year sponsorship commitment and the opportunity to use the school’s athletic facilities were deciding factors…Pete Lampman is president of Virginia Amateur Sports runs the statewide event … he says the sponsorship commitment from Liberty sealed the deal for the new “Virginia Commonwealth Games Presented by Liberty University”:

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ANU has new MBA program

Education-News1American National University is offering an opportunity for students to earn a MBA that will enable them to be better ready for the workplace. Details from WLNI’s Bob Clark…….

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A special Sound of Music screening in Lynchburg tomorrow

WLNI-arts-and-cultureA special showing of the movie classic “The Sound of Music” tomorrow night in downtown Lynchburg includes an appearance by a member of the original cast … more from WLNI’s Gene Marrano:

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Statewide consumer poll shows promise

WLNI-SRising Consumer Sentiment is usually a harbinger of good times ahead and more spending, and a Roanoke College poll seems to indicate that trend, as WLNI’s Gene Marrano reports.

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Girl Scout executive remembers Alison and Adam

In remembrance: WDBJ7The stories about local Girl Scout events you may have seen on WDBJ7 over the past year or so often involved reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward. They are gone now, but an areal Girl Scout executive says she will never forget them, as WLNI’s Gene Marrano reports.

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New proposed guidelines concern president of Virginia Prosthetics

Virginia ProstheticsVirginia Prosthetics and Orthotics, which has an office on Tate Springs Road in Lynchburg, is concerned about policy changes proposed by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services — changes that could affect insurance coverage, as WLNI’s Gene Marrano reports.

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Liberty U. offers good eats

Liberty University logoLiberty University’s dining hall is now ranked number one – in the country. WLNI’s Bob Clark has the story.

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Liberty grad is now a World Changer

World ChangersA recent Liberty University graduate is spending his summer with groups of younger students as they make much-needed repairs for low-income homeowners … more from WLNI’s Gene Marrano:

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New “Solar Authority” is now law

WLNI-MA component of Governor McAuliffe’s 2014 “Energy Plan” dealing with solar power is now law – WLNI’s Gene Marrano says it is designed to develop that renewable energy source:

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