Read through the obituaries published today in Lynchburg News and Advance.
The town of Amherst got into the holiday spirit Friday evening with a recent, pandemic-inspired twist on a classic holiday tradition: a revers…
Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Lynchburg News and Advance.
Our latest batch of public records: property transfers for Lynchburg and the surrounding counties, plus building permits for Appomattox County.
More than 350 acres of prime real estate at Smith Mountain Lake sold for $16.2 million Thursday night in what could be the last-of-its-kind au…
This week's local crime and court updates from Lynchburg News and Advance.
Jubilee Family Development Center will open a new STEM Center on Thursday that will offer youth and adult classes in a variety of subjects, in…
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The Lynchburg Police Department launched a partnership Thursday with One Community, One Voice, announcing a "Share the Warmth" initiative that…
Blood, sweat, tears and bit of imagination has transformed Jonah Guelzo’s 1964 Lynchburg house into a modern feeling, French winery inspired Airbnb.
Blood, sweat, tears and bit of imagination has transformed Jonah Guelzo’s 1964 Lynchburg house into a modern feeling French winery inspired Airbnb.
Three people were arrested in connection with a shooting last month at the Walmart on Wards Road, police said Thursday.
Two upcoming mobile vaccination events will offer COVID-19 doses, including boosters.
Pints O’ Plenty, a beer shop, will close on Christmas Eve but will be reincarnated into Apocalypse Cidery and Winery, which will open in the spring.
Hospitalization rates for COVID-19 cases increased during the past week at Centra’s Lynchburg General and Southside Community hospitals.
Two students face charges after a fight Tuesday afternoon at Liberty High School, authorities said Thursday.
Virginia State Police identified human remains found in early October in the town of Amherst as Helena S. Poe, 44, of Amherst.