When Lake Street Dive hit Harvester Performance Center in October 2019, the band brought a surprise: opening act Madison Cunningham.
W&L-turned-Davidson coach Scott Abell is returning to Lexington.
One day after Jerry Moles vented in this newspaper about some recent utility-line treat clearing that destroyed a garden in his back yard, a power company forester was knocking on his door.
Some hit songwriters’ work is better known than they are. That may be true for Darrell Scott, who has penned such hits as The Chicks’ “Long Ti…
Maj. Gen. Cedric T. Wins, VMI's superintendent, addressed the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia board on Tuesday.
The planned legislation comes after an investigation report was released.
Several state community colleges will change their names while others have expressed interest in not doing so.
Kasey Meredith made history Friday.
In a recent column about the Jackson River Scenic Trail in Alleghany County, I wrote it was the newest among three-rail-trails I was aware of in Western Virginia. Thanks to readers, we now know I neglected a few.
A number of readers thought I went a bit overboard in defending Reps. Ben Cline, R-Botetourt, or Morgan Griffith, R-Salem, from slings and arrows in recent Letters to the Editor. A few got the joke, though.
Gary Hunt had estimated he'd earn $400 in sales proceeds to donate to Kids Soar, a literacy program for disadvantaged youths. Instead, he nearly tripled that.
Plus, softball, golf and more.
Whether by crane or court order, governmental decree or mob rule, Confederate monuments have been hitting the ground with increasing regularity ever since Nazis, white supremacists and other “fine people” shocked the nation nearly four years ago in Charlottesville, Va.
It would be really interesting to know what House and Senate Republicans will use as a defense for bowing down to a person like Trump when the…
Slowly but surely — like a letter from Vinton to Salem via Greensboro — the issue of delayed mail is attracting the attention of members of Congress.
Some are demanding action to reverse "operational changes" ordered last year by the current postmaster general. Others are demanding his replacement.
Additional measures the college might consider if cases don't decrease include shutting down athletics, transitioning to fully virtual classes and/or keeping cadets in their rooms, but "we're not there yet," VMI's spokesman said.
Lexington authorities are investigating a report that a man claiming to be a campus officer pulled over a young woman and tried to persuade he…
It took 36 days for a Fairlawn man's check to travel 20 feet — from the mail slot at the Pulaski post office to its customer service window. Postal Service delivery is a mess, and readers are telling us about.
Also, thanks to all who wrote with concern and support for my recent medical adventures.