According to a new study, folks in Moore County enjoy the third best buying power in the state.
Any Moore County property owner who disagrees with the re-assessment may appeal to County Board of Equalization when they begin meeting on June 1. Citizens can contact the Moore County property Assessor’s office at 931-759-7044. Their offices are located inside the Moore County Courthouse.
According to Lynchburg Friends of Animals officials, over 12 feral cat colonies now exist in Moore County. They need your help with their new Trap Neuter Release (TNR) Program.
The 2021 season made the record books. It marked the first time in the history of MCHS Raider baseball that a team made the Class A State Tournament. The Raiders ended the season with a 22-11-3 overall record and a 9-1 District 8 record. They also added Region 4A winner and state runner up hardware to MCHS trophy case.
Metro Sheriff’s deputies and THP will be focused on seatbelt enforcement during Click It of Ticket through June 6.
Later this afternoon, Doug Price Field will be filled with anxious and excited MCHS graduates. And boy oh boy, is this an accomplished group.
Moore County UT Extension will host a Farmer for a Day Camp in Wiseman Park on Thursday, June 24. The sign up deadline is May 28.
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
The Moore County Raiders held on to beat Eagleville 6-5 on Tuesday to secure first place in District 8A baseball play.
Pre K registration in Moore County will take place on Friday, April 16 from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at LES.