Lexington has started welcoming refugee families to the area sooner than expected. A Congolese family of eight arrived in town March 11.
Aliesha George could face life in prison after a November attack involving a Rockbridge County resident.
The Rockbridge Area YMCA, which now operates as an independent branch, hopes to gain resources by this new association.
Lexington residents may have noticed quite a few potholes on the roads, but the city has a plan to fix them.
New owners have reopened the 50s-themed roadside diner, with new ice cream flavors and promises of live music.
Officials hope that imposing fines on residents whose garbage cans are left on the street will reduce the city’s litter problem.
On March 3, a W&L student spray-painted hateful words on the Sustainability House and cars parked outside the house in Davidson Park.
The General Assembly rejected a bill that would have required SNAP recipients to show photo identification to obtain groceries.The proposed legislation could have presented problems for low-income families.
Judge Anita Fulson will bring consistency back to the courthouse after months of substitute judges ruling on cases. Former presiding judge Michael Irvine retired in January.
Lylburn Downing Middle School will lease its roof to a solar company to install panels and will be able to buy electricity at a reduced rate.