Residents of the Richland Hills neighborhood never imagined a 123-unit apartment complex could be dropped into their backyards. But an unintended consequence of revisions to Lynchburg’s zoning ordinance allows just that.
A proposed expansion for the Kroger parking lot on Boonsboro Road calls for the removal of the existing two-story shopping center that adjoins…
The Central Virginia Transportation Planning Organization adopted its Connect Central Virginia 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan on Thursday.
For the second year, the Region 2000 Service Authority's excess revenue funds will remain undistributed, now totaling about $2.5 million, to member localities of Campbell County and the city of Lynchburg.
Despite outcry from pockets of the Campbell County community, plans for a new Rustburg Middle School are moving on as scheduled, with demolition of the entire existing building, including the original 1919 structure, still included.
Lynchburg artist Michelline Hall's art installation at the Midtown Outdoor Art Gallery — "Americanwoman?" — is a series of stylized portraits of Black and brown women, exploring identity, culture, ancestry and beauty standards.
Lynchburg City Council denied approval of a 12-unit apartment complex on Old Forest Road, citing reluctance to further congest an already accident-prone intersection and change the character of the existing neighborhood.
Lynchburg City Council unanimously appointed Reid Wodicka as interim city manager on Tuesday night.
The city of Lynchburg currently has no plans to resume water cutoffs and continues to see increasing numbers of households behind on their water bills.