ALTAVISTA — Along the ridge that tops a 339-acre property of rolling forests, farmland and pastures, a row of tiny homes is under construction…
SURFSIDE, Fla. (AP) — Susana Alvarez fled her home on the 10th floor of Champlain Towers South, escaping with her life and almost nothing else.
Lynchburg Grows has been awarded a $1,000 grant this week from Keep Virginia Beautiful, as part of its 30 in 30 Green Grants program.
Gov. Ralph Northam and several community organizations want Richmond officials to wait for more public input and a comprehensive plan before any of the empty statue pedestals on Monument Avenue are removed.
Virginia High School League Associate Executive Director Tom Dolan will retire at the conclusion of the next academic school year, the organiz…
Lynchburg’s arts scene was put in a national spotlight with Riverviews Artspace’s feature in a special arts advocacy project by Ovation TV, a movement geared toward making the arts be recognized as an industry and economic driver – not just a hobby.
A new study has revealed 745,000 people died in 2016 as a result of strokes or heart disease due to long working hours.
Chris Martin has admitted that although he misses playing live for people he is trying to fill the void with other activities.
Alerting all businesses in the Lynchburg region!
Bedford County's most recently-acquired park has officially been named Independence Park following a unanimous vote of approval from the Bedford County Board of Supervisors on Monday.
The cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in July was met with mixed reactions even among those who staunchly opposed the 600-mile natur…
April kicks off Financial Literacy Month, a nationally recognized campaign to bring awareness to the need for more financial education in schools and for adults. The campaign has been around for decades, yet you may have never heard of it. Here’s a look at the ins and outs of Financial Literacy Month, how it came […]
On March 31 New York Times bestselling author, educator, artist and abolitionist Patrisse Cullors will join Sweet Briar College for a virtual …
Fear, outrage, grief and unsurprised. These were among the feelings shared on social media platforms across Asian and Asian American communities after an Atlanta shooting that killed eight people in Asian-owned businesses. Six of them were Asian women, a group that has historically been objectified and harassed at higher rates yet made invisible.
Last year required us all to find creative ways to keep moving in a positive direction, either outdoors or online.
After years of envisioning and planning, Poplar Forest’s parkway project is moving closer to becoming a reality. The Poplar Forest Parkway will provide a 2.2 mile direct connection from Enterprise Drive to Thomas Jefferson’s iconic retreat home in Forest.
The Listening, Inc., is introducing its inaugural "Poetic Justice" conference, bringing together performing artists, educators, mental health advocates and others in a resource to show how the performing arts can be used in meaningful ways beyond entertainment. The conference is open to everyone.
TRUMP: "We have anywhere from 250 (thousand) to 300,000 ballots were dropped mysteriously into the rolls, much of that had to do with Fulton C…
Q: I wanted to comment on your recent column relating to the use of a homeowners association (HOA) pool during (the pandemic). Halfway through your answer you wrote, “You and your fellow residents voted in the board and they represent you.”
More police officers have died from COVID-19 this year than have been killed on patrol.