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The Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce is more than a quarter way toward its 2.9 million dollar capital campaign goal. Yesterday the Chamber announced that Liberty University has pledged $100,000, and Centra $250,000. The chamber is raising money to renovate …
Four of 16 Lynchburg City Schools met all federal school accountability goals last year. They were Linkhorne, Sandusky and William Marvin Bass elementary schools and Heritage High School.
An Evington woman has pleaded guilty to embezzling from the Forest Kroger. Prosecutors say 27-year-old Jennifer Johns gave friends and family fake discounts or checked out items without
Centra plans to replace Gretna Medical Center with a new facility that would expand health care services in the area. Centra says the proposed 50,000-square foot facility would
The Lynchburg School Board voted yesterday to move forward with a plan to create an early college program with Central Virginia Community College. It would allow high school
Bedford County officials are discussing whether homeowners should be allowed to keep chickens. They’re currently allowed in agricultural but not residential areas. Yesterday planners agreed on guidelines that
A Lynchburg man is dead and another charged with murder after a fatal stabbing on Grace Street last night. It happened around 10pm near the intersection with Franklin
A new report says adult obesity could reach nearly 50 percent in Virginia over the next 20 years. It’s currently at 29.2 percent. The new report says the
A teacher's aide at Liberty High School in Bedford County is under arrest on charges he took indecent liberties with a 15-year-old student. The county sheriff's office says
More than two dozen people face drug-related charges following an investigation by Campbell County and Altavista police. WDBJ-TV says a grand jury indicted 28 people on last week.