In an attack on a Prince George County police station, a shooter opened fire while his two brothers filmed. Police Officer Jacai Colson was killed by friendly fire when defending the District III police station.
In November 2014 write-in candidate Joey Sampson beat former Goshen Mayor Justin Thompson. Last month Sampson resigned because he was “being asked to do everything.”
City Council has given Main Street Lexington a grant to help the area’s small businesses afford signs and awnings, in hopes the refurbished storefronts attract customers.
Citizens are billed for court costs in all cases, from parking tickets to criminal charges. The costs can be mere nuisances in civil cases, but pose much bigger obstacles in criminal cases.
Washington and Lee and the Virginia Military Institute are holding emergency blood drives after last week’s wintry weather caused a steep drop in donations.
Local artist Mark Cline has plans to open a new amusement park that would combine prehistoric and Civil War themes.
This year’s first winter storm was heavy on the snowfall. Yet it caused few power outages compared to the ice storm of 1994.
The next president of Washington and Lee University may be revealed in mid-February after months of strict confidentiality from the presidential search committee.
A Richmond real estate developer is helping the university convert the historic Hopkins House into an entrepreneurship center for Washington and Lee.