Amid surprising election results in Buena Vista, mayor-elect Bill Fitzgerald said the city needs a new city manager, among other changes.
The Lexington chief of police are advising locals to lock cars, doors and windows, and be mindful of packages left on doorsteps.
Local businesses, like Baby’s First Gifts, are reaching into their holiday profit pockets with donations to charities to give back to the community that supports them.
Some Lexington restaurants are hoping to join in on the $5 billion meal-kit industry whose products are landing on Americans’ doorsteps.
Families in Virginia could be cut off from FAMIS benefits if Congress does not provide the funding by Friday, December 8.
Hundreds of students in Lexington are taking advantage of the school system’s new activity bus this year. It’s the first time in decades that the school system has had its own bus.
The school currently enrolls 70 students with special needs and expects further growth in the near future.
Rockbridge County’s Director of Community Development estimates over a dozen new jobs could result from the company’s investment.
What started with one sawmill jam session grew into a musical community and a legacy that lives on today, every Friday night.
The “Be a Santa to a Senior” program is still accepting donations of wrapping paper, tape, and stocking stuffers.