This is the latest development after allegations led to the resignation of VMI’s superintendent, General J.H. Binford Peay III.
The push could begin as early as next month, when federal officials say the first vaccine may be authorized for emergency use and immediately deployed to high-risk groups, such as health care workers.
Trump loyalists have filed at least 15 legal challenges in Pennsylvania alone in an effort to reclaim the state’s 20 electoral votes. There is action, too, in Georgia, Arizona, Nevada and Michigan.
The newly elected leaders of Lexington answer the Rockbridge Report’s questions.
The need for help to pay rent, mortgage and other bills hasn’t been addressed nationally, leaving state and local agencies to bear the burden.
The statues were taken down over the summer, and an inquiry into the contract between the city and a Richmond-area construction company owner has been initiated.
The Rockbridge Area YMCA has adapted to changing circumstances from when kids moved to virtual school last March through the start of this school year.
Growers and sellers are expecting a demand for smaller turkeys as limited gathering sizes are recommended because of COVID-19.
Lexington’s DMV branch will not reopen until it relocates to a new, larger location in 2021. It is one of two Virginia branches that is still closed. Licensing, renewals and other DMV services are hard to come by in the meantime.
Federal and state aid checks are running out and unemployment is still high. Disney is among the latest large corporations announcing massive job layoffs.