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The bikes are rewards for Lynchburg elementary students who achieve in academics & personal growth. The bikes will be given out next month. [Read More]
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Right now, Red Kettle donations are about $20,000 behind. [Read More]
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It's all a part of a collaborative effort at Park View Community Mission. 'Now when I do my resume, I can say, I know PowerPoint,... [Read More]
"We were telling them where the storm was, they didn't have internet, no power,' said Christopher Stern... [Read More]
'They're surrounded by water on all sides, so they can't get out for several days and her house sustained minor damage, but she is safe... [Read More]
"Anything could happen at any time, every minute is a gift and we're here, I believe were here for a purpose, and that purpose is... [Read More]
It's for students who choose to study at local colleges and universities. [Read More]
'Everybody asks if the lake will fill up, it depends how much rain we get and how fast it comes.'... [Read More]
The Lynchburg Fire Department is one of seven other departments in the state that can help FEMA during emergencies. [Read More]
"Water, food, generators, things like that, so if you're in need of any of those things, Friday is not the day to go looking for... [Read More]
They're asking for non-perishable supplies like water, canned food, and personal care items. [Read More]
The project has been a long time coming. "The economy crashed and kinda tanked fundraising." [Read More]
Law enforcement is working to educate the public and other gun dealers as well as working with other jurisdictions in the area. [Read More]
The growing crisis is something Governor Ralph Northam wants no one to tackle alone. 'We are all in this together,' he said. [Read More]
"This is one way to say 'Thank you, Veterans, we appreciate ya.'" [Read More]
Baby Nicholas nearly drowned at Smith Mountain Lake State Park several weeks ago... [Read More]
The interchange at Odd Fellows Road and Route 460 flooded after only being open for about three weeks. [Read More]
The exhibit shows photos of the 18 African-American Chaplains from both the Union and the Confederacy. [Read More]
"It's given us hope for the future and helped us to enjoy each day a little bit more." [Read More]
The planning commission will present their downtown master plan to city council on Sept. 11. [Read More]
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