Author: Liz Ramos

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Flood damage at Brookville High School and Brookneal Elementary School caused by Aug. 2 flooding is being assessed today. [Read More]
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Every day around 10 a.m., Rufus Rucker, a chef at Fifth and Federal Station, walks across the street to the Community Health Center with a... [Read More]
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Avid hikers, bikers and dog walkers who enjoy the scenic, peaceful trails throughout Lynchburg will have to wait a while to venture on them again... [Read More]
LYNCHBURG—As work crews began draining College Lake Saturday, the city lifted an evacuation order issued Thursday night to approximately 150 residents downstream over concern the... [Read More]
In order to expand membership and hear more from the Lynchburg community, Lynchburg City Schools' Equity Task Force is hoping to open its advisory committee... [Read More]
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Students in Heritage High School's Big Orange Marching Machine were hard at work Tuesday morning practicing marching fundamentals during band camp. [Read More]
A month after the Nelson County Planning Commission tabled a discussion on a request for a special use permit to construct a building that will... [Read More]
ACP official says another water source already is lined up... [Read More]
A month after the Nelson County Service Authority Board of Directors deadlocked on a vote related to a rate and connection fee that would be... [Read More]
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MONTEBELLO —Nelson County draws people in with its beauty, but the county also lures people with its hiking trails through the George Washington National Forest,... [Read More]
After nearly a quarter century of operating the Lovingston Café, owners Tom and Jackie Brokamp plan to sell the business in the heart of the... [Read More]
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After nearly a quarter century of operating the Lovingston Café, owners Tom and Jackie Brokamp plan to sell the business in the heart of the... [Read More]
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Blue Ridge Medical Center and Region Ten have partnered to provide integrated services to more Nelson County residents at the medical center's satellite location in... [Read More]
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From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every weekday Steven Rantz serves as a state inspector for Jiffy Lube on Old Forest Road, checking cars to... [Read More]
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When the bell rang Thursday morning, Perrymont Elementary School's Market Day began. [Read More]
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The Nelson County Planning Commission will consider a request for a special use permit to construct a building that will contain three suites for a... [Read More]
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UPDATE: According to a news release from the Lichtenstein Law Group, which is representing Walker Sigler, when Sigler "was shot through the closed front door... [Read More]
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Lynchburg City Council announced the appointment of two new members and the re-appointment of one to the Lynchburg City School Board Tuesday afternoon. [Read More]
With end-of-year funds, the Campbell County School Board approved a one-time, $600 bonus for full-time employees and a one-time, $300 bonus for part-time employees. [Read More]
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When Landon Barber was 14, he started a business mowing lawns for neighbors and others in his community. [Read More]
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