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Judge sides with plaintiffs in claim involving Midtown Connector impact

A judge denied the city of Lynchburg’s claim that it can alter its own property without needing to compensate for damages to adjacent properties, continuing a case between a local business and the city at a hearing Tuesday.

Monday 07/06/2015
Tobacco Commission grants $2M to Forest company with magic NanoTouch

In a green, clean and technological world, a self-cleaning surface might not be all that farfetched.

Lynchburg region sees slight dip in unemployment

The Lynchburg metro area added 900 jobs in May from a year earlier, according to recent data. That number is seasonally adjusted.

Oreos get thin, going for 'sophisticated' air

Oreos are getting a skinny new look, and its maker says the new cookie is a "sophisticated" snack for grown-ups that isn't meant to be twisted or dunked.

Energy rules have Va. Power weighing new nuclear reactor

MINERAL — A new set of federal standards is poised to change the way electricity is made across the country, moving the nation further away from coal and toward cleaner energy sources.

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