STATE EDUCATION NEWS | More good news for Moore County college students. A week after Motlow College announced there would be no tuition increase for the upcoming semester, Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro followed suit.
LOCAL EDUCATION NEWS | Motlow and BASF have partnered to develop a paid apprenticeship program for the company’s Sparta location.
LOCAL SMALL BUSINESS NEWS | A trio of Lynchburg entrepreneurs have opened a new spot on the Duck River. Check out Lucky Duck River Rentals and the Halls Mill Market.
LOCAL NEWS | On Tuesday, the Metro Utilities Board begrudgingly approved a three percent rate increase that will go into effect on July 1.
LOCAL EDUCATION NEWS | For the second year in a row, local students attending Motlow State will not experience a tuition increase.
LOCAL EDUCATION NEWS | Motlow College announced this week that more than 35 high school students graduated with Associates Degrees from Motlow State before receiving their high school diploma.
LOCAL EVENTS NEWS | A Petting zoo, carnival rides, Cutest Dog and Goat Contest, live music, and a fireworks show, oh my. Frontier Days will kick off on Friday in Lynchburg.
LOCAL NEWS | Mayor Lewis says the Lynchburg Pool will be open for business beginning this Saturday, June 11.
LOCAL NON-PROFIT NEWS | A national group determined to shine the spotlight on shelter animals will visit Lynchburg on Saturday for a live fundraiser.
LOCAL NEWS | Founding families will be the topic of the Moore County Historical Society’s June meeting, which takes place on Sunday, June 12 in Lynchburg.