The 2016 Mock Convention starts Thursday at 5 p.m., with the much anticipated prediction due on Saturday afternoon. A former U.S. vice president, former House Speaker and current governor are among the speakers.
A second fire on Fuller Street Wednesday was confined to the home’s chimney.
Amenie Hopkins, former general manager of Healthy Foods Co-op, is set to open a new café in the same space.
Washington and Lee School of Law represents income-eligible clients who have a controversy with the Internal Revenue Service or the Virginia Department of Taxation.
Buena Vista wants to sell itself to big business. The plan? A concerted online marketing effort with a $2,400 price tag.
Rockbridge County Schools wants to give every student a Google Chromebook by the start of the 2017-18 school year. Students already use Google Drive to organize homework and projects but they share laptops during the school day.
Rockbridge Area Recreation Organization hosts a weekly pingpong tournament at Lylburn-Downing Community Center for residents to come together and compete.
Love INC, or “Love In the Name of Christ,” faces challenges in establishing a Rockbridge County branch, but two members of Fairfield Presbyterian Church are optimistic about the nonprofit’s future success.
Obama’s fiscal 2017 budget includes a record $4.1 trillion in spending initiatives. Deficit expectations for this year have risen to more than $600 billion.
Hodges served in numerous positions within the university and the Lexington community during his 43 years at Washington and Lee.