Up and down legal battle between Fayetteville City and TSSAA ends with Tigers outside the playoffs looking in.
LOCAL NEWS — The federal government established Veteran’s Day (originally know as Armistice Day) on November 11, 1919. It commemorates the formal ending of World War I on the 11th hour of […]
LOCAL NEWS | The Moore County Historical Society will meet on Sunday, November 10 at 2 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge in Lynchburg. George Stone will talk about Dr. E.Y. Salmon, one […]
LOCAL NEWS — Temperatures will be dipping into the teens next week with a chance of snow next Tuesday. The South Central Human Resource Agency (SCHRA) reminds Moore County citizens that open […]
EVENTS | Fayetteville — Beginning tonight, the Carriage House Players will perform William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing at the Lincoln County Museum Theatre in Fayetteville. One of Lynchburg’s own, Justin Lendley, […]
EVENTS | Winchester — Anonymously penned in 1823, Twas the Night Before Christmas, is responsible for most of our modern notions of Santa Claus … especially the tradition of gift giving. On […]
MCHS Students Council working to make Thanksgiving a little brighter for some local families. You can help too.
LOCAL NEWS | Education — Sepsis exists as a real problem for America’s healthcare facilities. It happens when your body triggers an extreme chain reaction in response to an infection. Hospital patients, […]
EVENTS — It’s a holiday tradition and so much fun. Save the date for Christmas in Lynchburg to take place on Saturday, December 7 in and around the historic Lynchburg Square. Things […]
LOCAL NEWS — A group of concerned local merchants, dedicated volunteers, Lynchburg Friends of Animals, Lynchburg Veterinary Hospital, and this newspaper have joined forces to attack the problem of unspayed and unneutered […]