LCA's Sterne, competing as an individual finished with a 6-over 78.
Despite the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on education, a high percentage of the class of 2021 graduated on time — a trend seen both locally and across the state.
With some students still seeking a remote learning option this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some school divisions in the Lynchburg-area turned to Virtual Virginia to help meet the need.
Following a two-week “temporary mitigation period” as it saw the highest-ever number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on campus, Liberty University is returning to in-person instruction with virtual options.
A sophomore at Nelson County High School had two of his teeth chipped and remains in detention after two Nelson sheriff’s deputies wrestled hi…
Kylie Jenner took a painting class to celebrate her 24th birthday with her family and her close friends, as they also enjoyed a meal of her “favourite brunch foods”.
According to a new study the are more likely to suffer from long-term negative outcomes .
In a brief embrace just outside her Tye River Elementary School classroom, kindergarten teacher Sarah Burrell told a student she would love fi…
Deuce Crawford won two state titles at the Class 3 championships, held at Liberty University in June.
In the coming weeks, colleges and universities in the Lynchburg area are set to open their doors to welcome students back to campus for what officials hope will be a more normal school year.
"There have been so many great players, coaches and teams to come out of this town," Altavista boys basketball coach Casey Johnson said. "We really wanted to start honoring them because we felt like something was missing."
While Central Virginia Community College won't require its students and staff to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, it is working to encourage its community to become vaccinated by making the vaccine accessible and offering incentives to those who prove they've been vaccinated.
Zoie Lamanna burst onto the scene in 2021, and by the time her freshman year ended, she had turned heads throughout the state with her abilities as a distance runner.
In his junior season, Lloyd became a state champion with a leap of 6 feet, 2 inches. He also finished in second place in the long jump (22 feet, 3 inches) for a breakout day.
Morris claimed the Region 4D Championship and finally won the Class 4 Championship to cap his senior campaign. He became the fourth Amherst wrestler to win a state championship.
While COVID-19 has brought many challenges to Amherst County Public Schools, one positive outcome came in the form of “The Maiden,” a media ar…
As part of the recently approved 2021-22 school year plan, Amherst County High School and the county’s two middle schools will have a block sc…
"My whole mindset was: This stops right now," Carly Hudnall said. "We're not getting shut down any more."
Joe Jonas surprised a SoulCycle class that was playing his music while he was in Atlanta.
Knight became the first girl in school history to win a state singles title and the only female in this newspaper's coverage area to ever accomplish the feat.
While this graduating class missed out on several milestones after the COVID-19 pandemic sent them home in March of their junior year and hybrid learning cost them a traditional senior year, there were only smiles Thursday and Friday as they celebrated together and finally walked across the stage to receive their diplomas.