City Council is debating whether government officials or residents should decide whether to change the names of streets.
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Over the weekend, the group paraded through the streets of Lexington but said its members were boycotting businesses in the city.
A committee is recommending that Washington-Lee High School in Arlington be renamed Washington-Loving.
Robert E. Lee High School in Staunton and Washington and Lee University in Lexington will both be making changes.
Attorneys for the city wanted the case dismissed because of a state law protecting memorials for war veterans.
After two years of controversy, the vestry of Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s church voted this Monday to change the church’s name from R. E. Lee Memorial Episcopal Church to its original title, Grace Episcopal Church.
William & Mary’s iconic statue was defaced Saturday, following a Charlottesville decision to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee.
After months of public debate, City Council voted Monday to relocate a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee.
By Jenna Faude Robert E. Lee is well known as a military tactician, a symbol of the old Confederacy and,…
By Athena Cao People put on gray uniforms and antebellum dresses Saturday for the annual Lee-Jackson Day Parade in Lexington.…