The man convicted of abducting and murdering 17-year-old Alexis Murphy will serve two life sentences in prison.
Lindsay Davis had a couple pieces of advice for the Explore Engineering Design summer campers.
On the day Mayor Mike Gillette last banged his gavel while presiding over City Council’s most recent meeting, Israel launched its offensive against Palestinian forces in the Gaza Strip.
U.S. Sens. Tim Kaine and Mark Warner praised the proposal for new rail safety standards released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Sixteen volunteers pledged almost a year of their life to help children in the Lynchburg area.
The Campbell County Department of Community Development is seeking public input on long-range community planning topics.
Lynchburg Cooks will present more than $17,000 to three nonprofits July 29 at 4 p.m. at Charley’s Restaurant.
The play is part revue – featuring more than 20 of Cline’s songs, including “Crazy,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Walking After Midnight” – and all tribute to the woman whom many credit with breaking down gender barriers in the country-music world.
I’ve never seen the Academy of Fine Arts' Warehouse Theatre so transformed in my nearly 10 years of writing about the arts here.
Leafy branches overarch a dirt-and-gravel road, forming a hidden passage behind Appomattox County High School.
My dad always admonished: Patience is a virtue, and virtue is its own reward.
A fun-filled rendition of Guns N’ Roses’ “Welcome to the Jungle” ended in the worst possible way before the third inning began Wednesday. Southpaw, the Lynchburg Hillcats mascot, was finishing his performance on top of the third-base dugout when he took too big of a step to his left. His foot slipped on the edge of the dugout and he spilled back first into the dugout surrounded by several of the players, many in shock of seeing what transpired.
Remember yesterday’s pregame blog post about how well the Lynchburg Hillcats starting pitchers have been doing and carrying the team?
Former Timesland pitcher of the year Ryan Lauria, transferring after one season at the University of Louisville, already is enrolled at the school of choice.
Its formal genus and species name Ambloplites rupestris suggests a creature of great distinction. Everything seems so legitimate when Latin is the language of choice.
A bill of particulars against Obama
Tragedies concentrate the mind.
A truly regional highway system
Back in late May, Nelson County residents learned Dominion Power was in the preliminary planning stages for the construction of a natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to the Hampton area of Virginia and the northern part of North Carolina. A portion of the $2 billion, 450-mile pipeline, if it’s even built, would come through Nelson.
The rate is higher than the national loss figure for the same period, but lower than the honey bee deaths recorded over the winter of 2012-13.
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