Some local landlords say Washington and Lee University’s plans to require third-year students to live on campus could cost them a lot. But merchants and restaurateurs don’t seem as concerned.Continue Reading...
College campuses in the Rockbridge area are taking a closer look their policies on sexual assault and misconduct. Although the spotlight has been focused on the University of Virginia, local experts say the story is not unique.Continue Reading...
A judge decided to keep a rejected plea agreement sealed in the case against former Washington and Lee student Nicholas Hansel until the case is resolved.
Old Lex Mercantile puts a new twist on the retail store format, as Lai and Betsy Lee take old department store idea and bring it to downtown Lexington.
Timothy J. Martino succeeds Dr. Lisa Clark as principal. He previously worked in the Loudoun County Public School system for 17 years.
Local colleges are taking on extensive renovation and new construction, causing noise and traffic around the building sites. Both colleges say the facelifts will improve and enhance their campuses.
Two local agencies help to bring leftover food from big events and groceries to households throughout Rockbridge County.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe hopes the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling allowing same-sex marriages in Virginia will be an economic boon for the state. Locally, gay couples and others are celebrating the decision, and some churches now perform or bless same-sex unions. But others cite the Bible in maintaining their opposition to gay marriage.
With $15 million in debt payments to make, Buena Vista will seek a negotiated settlement with the insurer ACA on the loan.
As Buena Vista struggles to pay off almost $23 million in debt, the city’s morale is as high as ever.
College campuses in the Rockbridge area are taking a closer look their policies on sexual assault and misconduct. Although the spotlight has been focused on the University of Virginia, local experts say the story is not unique.
Professors James Turner and Tim Moore were two of 13 Virginia professors to receive the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia's 2015 Outstanding Faculty Award.