He’s the latest talented athlete from the Buena Vista high school to attract attention from college basketball scouts.
The Rockbridge County High School boys and their coach are learning together in a difficult year with more losses than wins.
The Virginia Military Institute women’s coach stresses versatility as her team faces teams with more players.
Devin Bateman is leading a class of first-year swimmers who are making waves at Washington and Lee University.
Feigin, a first-year student, broke the school record for three-pointers in a game against Ramapo College in November.
Meredith Watson said she has faced criticism as a black woman accusing a black man, which is seen as betraying her own race.
Manning was jailed in early March for failing to testify before a grand jury on a Wikileaks investigation.
Bills in the Virginia legislature that would create a grocery investment fund for food deserts failed to make it out of the House of Delegates the past two sessions.
By Faith Isbell and Sutton Travis In the late hours of the morning, Francesco Benincasa is in the small kitchen at the back of his coffee shop where he maneuvers between humming machines and pans of cold, creamy gelato. Benincasa, 41, is the owner and manager of Pronto Caffé and Gelateria, which opened on Lexington’s Main Street four years ago. An experienced chef and restaurant owner, Benincasa wanted to see a place in Lexington that sold a variety of products—coffee, sandwiches and desserts. “I felt the opportunity here was to do something a little different for Lexington,” Benincasa said. An…
By Katrina Lewis For Gregory Moore, an unusual profession came about in an unusual way. “Free education—that’s how I got started,” Moore said. A neighbor’s family had owned a cobbler shop for more than 100 years in Salem, Va. Then one family member took the business up the road, opening a shop in Buena Vista. Moore, who is from the area, took an interest in the business and craft of the cobbler, and when he heard that the Buena Vista shop was closing, he purchased some of its machinery after the owner offered to train him in the craft. Moore…