Moore County High School and Middle School baseball and softball kicks off this week. There’s also a Metro Council meeting and a plant sale at Mulberry Lavender Farm.
The TWRA reminds hunters that spring turkey hunting season is just a couple weeks away. The 2020 season opens for hunters on Saturday, April 3.
Lynchburg native and MCHS graduate Kyleigh Camp died over the weekend in a one car crash on Cobb Hollow Road.
The Metro Council voted against allowing Moore County to pursue a $25,000 Boyd Foundation Grant to build a dog park in Lynchburg at last night’s meeting.
The Metro School Board recently approved funding for new scoreboards at both the MCHS softball and baseball fields.
The Metro Council will meet Monday night in a regular session meeting. There will be a Budget Committee Meeting and Public Hearing prior to the regular meeting.
Eager to get out? This year’s Trails & Trilliums Festival will be an open-air event built for outdoor fun and social distancing.
MCHS Class of 2021 Project Graduation plan two Easter fundraisers that might just make life easier for you that holiday weekend: a BBQ fundraiser and an Easter-themed bake sale.
Support the MCHS Class of 2022 and surprise your kids on Easter morning by supporting their Egg My Yard fundraiser. Deadline to order is March 19.
The Mulberry Lavender Farm’s annual Baby Lavender Plant Sale will take place on Sunday, March 21 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.