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Civic groups orchestrate non-partisan voter education

Shauna Muckle

October 7, 2020

Virtual events prove successful for 50 Ways and Rockbridge Justice Coalition

Lexington protestors call for an end to tax fraud

A protestor sits with the UBC banner on Friday morning.

Julian Ramirez

October 7, 2020

A national trade union has hired picketers in Lexington

Rockbridge-area schools reopen virtually

Shauna Muckle

September 22, 2020

City and county schools tout new resources for students

Pandemic months more successful than last year at Lexington farmers market

Grace Mamon

September 22, 2020

Shoppers and vendors have been gathering in person downtown

New restaurant brings New York-style bagels to Lexington

Legendary Eats, which opened last month, is located on West Washington Street in the storefront previously occupied by Blue Phoenix.

Annaliese Schneider

September 10, 2020

Business has been booming since Legendary Eats opened last month

Local candidates pivot campaign tactics amidst coronavirus pandemic

Local political organizations have pivoted their campaign tactics due to the coronavirus pandemic and connecting with voters virtually.

Shauna Muckle

September 10, 2020

Local Republicans and Democrats are using different strategies than usual to reach voters

Washington and Lee still recycling after Lexington ends curbside services

Washington and Lee still recycling after Lexington ends curbside services

Jack Eason

September 10, 2020

The program is fighting to survive alongside the global recycling industry

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