LOCAL NEWS | Local drivers should be aware of National Guard runners on Moore County roads beginning around 4 a.m. on Friday, July 29.
Arthur Barad earned a high profile for his school zone antics but says there’s a serious side to his work as a Moore County deputy.
Moore County citizens now have a new way to get Lynchburg-specific public safety alerts and breaking news right from their smartphones with the Metro Moore County Public Safety app
Moore County authorities will increase seat belt enforcement beginning November 16 during the annual Click It or Ticket safety campaign.
Metro Sheriff’s Deputy Shaun Sherrill says he understands the reasons for the Stay at Home order but he’s looking forward to interacting with local folks again.