This event marks the first American reporter to be arrested on espionage charges in Russia since September 1986.
Rockbridge County Public Schools joins several local school boards in offering a course on African American history.
Inconsistent and unseasonable weather may force some local farmers to adjust for changing temperatures.
Students and residents protested at the Tennessee Capitol in favor of tighter gun controls in the wake of the release of the emergency calls.
Rockbridge Area Habitat for Humanity plans to move two families into Greenhouse Village, its affordable housing neighborhood, by the start of June.
The Rockbridge Regional Jail Commission adopted a $3.5 million budget for 2024.
Local high school teachers share concerns about student usage of AI powered technology like ChatGPT on assignments.
Inactive voters are tough to track down, and it’s hard to remove them from the city’s voting rolls without giving them several opportunities to turn up for an election.
The Lexington man’s preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 26.
Splash of Color will offer residents lessons in water coloring, painting and stained-glass art.