09/22/10 - 12:38 pm
Caroline L. Osborne, who has served as interim director of the Washington and Lee law library for the past year, had interim
09/22/10 - 12:30 pm
THE HOLMES House on Fuller Street is being restored for resale by the Historic Lexington Foundation. The house dates to the 1870s.
09/22/10 - 12:28 pm
Town Manager Ryan Spitzer reported sales tax revenue was $1,600 for the first month from the newly enacted ordinance directing sales tax collected in the town come back to the town rather than go to Rockbridge County.
09/22/10 - 12:17 pm
Abandoned houses have been a recurring topic for Glasgow Council over the years. Councilman Boyd Walker last week showed Council a slide show of vacant houses in deteriorating condition that might present a threat to public health and safety.
09/22/10 - 12:16 pm
Glasgow citizen Billy Wells came to Glasgow Town Council last week with complaints about how his Good Samaritan efforts at the hikers’ shelter had apparently been rebuffed.
09/22/10 - 12:15 pm
Washington and Lee University’s Hillel House will be dedicated in a ceremony at 10 a.m. this Saturday, Sept. 25. The ceremony will be followed by an open house for the community from 1 to 3 p.m.
09/22/10 - 12:13 pm
A frustrated Lexington City Council set a deadline for Rockbridge County to find a solution to its dilemma about what to do about the trash when the landfill closes in 2012.
09/22/10 - 12:12 pm
County To Allocate Incentive Funds For New Plant
09/22/10 - 12:12 pm
09/22/10 - 12:10 pm
Some trustees of the Rockbridge Regional Library receive stipends for attending board meetings, and some don’t. Trustees are also making very light use, so far, of a new policy allowing reimbursements for mileage and meals.
09/22/10 - 12:09 pm
City parks in Lexington are now defined and protected by zoning ordinance. Lexington City Council last week approved an ordinance creating a parks, cemeteries and open space district. It’s been two years in
09/22/10 - 12:08 pm
After weeks of little or no moisture, Rockbridge County’s burn ban is back in effect. County officials made the decision this past Thursday to once again prohibit open air fires of any kind. Because of dry conditions