Liberty University announced on Tuesday that its 2020 Commencement, previously scheduled for Sept. 11-12, has been canceled. Read more
Lynchburg City Schools will make a mostly virtual return to classes this fall. Read more
During a live 2 p.m. COVID-19 briefing on August 5, Governor Northam announced that Virginia will be the first state to use COVID-Wise, an app for smart phones that will notify users if they h… Read more
Following the spring sports season that never was, now that Virginia has entered reopening phase 3, baseball is back in Altavista. Altavista, William Campbell, and Staunton River High Schools …
Minor League Baseball announced this afternoon that the 2020 baseball season, including that of the Lynchburg Hillcats, has been officially canceled due to COVID-19.
Due to restrictions in Phase 3 of the re-opening plan for the Commonwealth of Virginia and implications to the speedway’s insurance coverage, South Boston Speedway officials have no choice but…
The 2020 Staunton River Masonic Lodge Catfish Tournament in Brookneal enjoyed one of its best turnouts in its eight-year history this weekend. Over 100 anglers participated in the event in the…
Roanoke & Lynchburg hosting try-outs this week
The WuFlu has been a godsend for the left. And I’m not talking about the startling discovery that 95 percent of the U.S. is willing to be confined to quarters solely on the basis of a computer model whose numbers are undergoing constant revision to repair past mistakes.
From time to time in the life of every town there are some challenging questions that do not necessarily have cut-and-dried answers. Hurt is facing a couple of those, one of which appears likely to be dealt with over the next week while the other looks to take at least a few months.