Lexington
  • By Chelsea Stevenson Lexington City Council decided Thursday night to resume citywide installation of new ...

    By Chelsea Stevenson Lexington City Council decided Thursday night to resume citywide installation of new water meters after flooding in homes brought a halt to the project last week. But installation ...

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  • Candidates worry about area's future

    By Shannon McGovern With a daughter in high school and 3-year-old twin sons on their way to pre-school, D ...

    By Shannon McGovern With a daughter in high school and 3-year-old twin sons on their way to pre-school, David McDaniel says he is motivated in his unopposed campaign for the Natural Bridge seat on the ...

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  • Struttin’ the Strip shows off businesses

    By Sage Um To get the attention and dollars of local women who usually drive to malls in Charlottesville ...

    By Sage Um To get the attention and dollars of local women who usually drive to malls in Charlottesville or Roanoke, downtown Lexington businesses hosted an after-hours shopping spree event for the la ...

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  • Alternative Montessori school opens

    By Morgan Holt Catherine Lueptow’s 12 years at Woods Creek Montessori were “lovely,” the former Primary I ...

    By Morgan Holt Catherine Lueptow’s 12 years at Woods Creek Montessori were “lovely,” the former Primary I lead teacher says. But this year, schoolhouse politics and conflicting teaching philosophies p ...

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  • By Diandra Spicak Lexington and Rockbridge County have yet to decide on a plan to supply water in an emer ...

    By Diandra Spicak Lexington and Rockbridge County have yet to decide on a plan to supply water in an emergency. This means that city and county residents who get their water from the Maury River could ...

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  • By Courtney Ridenhour While hundreds gathered outside a prison in Jackson, Ga., to protest the execution ...

    By Courtney Ridenhour While hundreds gathered outside a prison in Jackson, Ga., to protest the execution of a convicted man who maintained his innocence, 10 students shuffled through capital case file ...

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  • By Paige Gance The big new Wells Fargo signs in the center of little Lexington have left residents repell ...

    By Paige Gance The big new Wells Fargo signs in the center of little Lexington have left residents repelled, city officials embarrassed, and the California-based bank with the job of changing the sign ...

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  • By Billy Crosby The Rockbridge County branch of Habitat for Humanity recently purchased 22 lots in the Gr ...

    By Billy Crosby The Rockbridge County branch of Habitat for Humanity recently purchased 22 lots in the Greenhouse Village subdivision. Local Habitat Director of Development Sy Hughes says that it will ...

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  • By Chelsea Stevenson Virginia’s two primaries are approaching and could cost Lexington money. The local E ...

    By Chelsea Stevenson Virginia’s two primaries are approaching and could cost Lexington money. The local Electoral Board has requested funds from the state to keep Lexington’s Registrar office open for ...

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  • Boxerwood Suffers from Federal Cuts

    By Sage Um Last weekend, for the first time ever, organizers of the Fall Family Festival at Boxerwood fel ...

    By Sage Um Last weekend, for the first time ever, organizers of the Fall Family Festival at Boxerwood felt compelled to charge admission to the annual event at the nature center in Lexington because o ...

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