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Lynchburg News and Advance

4 Bedroom Home in Lynchburg - $226,000

Mid-century, multi-level living in a convenient location! This home offers more than meets the eye with a Brand New 50-year Architectural Shingle Roof, spacious living area, 4 bedrooms, and 2 full baths. The main level has an open entry way that flows into the kitchen and living room with vaulted ceilings and large windows to let in the natural light. The former carport has been transformed into a dining room or den area with the laundry room just a few steps away. The bedrooms are located on the 2nd and terrace levels, all with a good amount of closet and storage space due to the built ins. The 38x15 back deck with built in benches and large yard offer the ability to entertain and have children play. Other updates include HVAC (2017) and Water Heater (2017). Also, located in a central location to shopping, dining, Liberty University, and easy access to all the highways this is definitely not one to miss!
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Lee, Chappell, and McDonell selected to serve as Piedmont Community College Student Ambassadors

Piedmont Community College (PCC) selected three Student Ambassadors for the 2021-2022 academic year. They are: Anna Reese Lee of Ruffin, Nekeba Chappell of Roxboro, and Marquessa McDonell of Roxboro. Lee, Chappell, and McDonell will serve as official student representatives of the College at community and school functions. They will also aid as greeters, conduct tours, and assist in other ways at College events. In addition to gaining leadership and public speaking skills, each student earns scholarship funds from the Jacqueline Hall Moore Scholarship Endowment through the PCC Foundation. This financial award assists with tuition, books, and fees.
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Salute: Multi-talented captain's eclectic skills a boon for deployed units

MOUNT DORA – "He can do it all," said Vietnam War Leatherneck George Wanberg, a member of the State of Florida Veterans' Hall of Fame. "Seriously. I'd be proud to serve in Captain Ben Mongiovi's command, even if he is an Army officer and not a Marine," Wanberg said, being sure to get in a service-rivalry poke at his friend, who is sometimes called "Dr. Mongiovi" (Ed.D., Liberty University) – plus closing in on three masters degrees from elsewhere, in three different disciplines.
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Quick Hit Notes: Syracuse

Liberty University had a slow start in their first power-five game of the season against Syracuse, and came back from a 21-7 Syracuse lead, but it wasn’t enough for the Flames on the road. Syracuse won their third game over the year 24-21 over Liberty. Liberty’s defense came out with...
Lynchburg News and Advance

Lynchburg-area schools report 160 new positive COVID-19 cases this week

Schools in Lynchburg and the surrounding counties together reported 160 new positive cases of COVID-19 this week. Together, Lynchburg City Schools and the public school divisions in Amherst, Bedford, Campbell and Nelson counties have reported about 1,178 cases of the coronavirus in the 2021-22 school year. During the entire 2020-21...
Southwest Virginia Today

Wythe sheriff appoints command staff

Wythe County Sheriff Charles Foster has announced changes in the command staff at the Wythe County Sheriff’s Office. Former Major Anthony Cline has been promoted to chief deputy and Deputy John Thompson has been promoted to major, replacing Cline. Foster, who faces no opposition in November’s General Election, said he...
Lynchburg News and Advance

LCA defeats Brookville in clash of Seminole District heavyweights

Up by one touchdown with the second-quarter clock winding down in a hurry, Liberty Christian put together a furious drive toward the end zone Friday night. It wasn't a make-or-break moment against visiting Brookville, but hey, if you have the opportunity to turn on the jets and grab a bigger lead going into the locker room, you have to take it in high profile Seminole District matchups.

Becki Falwell Nude Story: Check Out The Sizzling Details Of The Scandal

Often we hear gossip about famous personalities, be it scandals or any other kinds of illicit relationships, which brings them to the limelight. A similar case happened here as well. Becki Falwell nude pictures recently became the talk of the town. Well, you must be familiar with the name Jerry Falwell, the President of Liberty University. Yes, you guessed it right. The scandal involves his wife, Becki Falwell.
Daily Orange

SU should rethink playing football against Liberty University

It is embarrassing that Syracuse University still competes against Liberty in football. When the series was announced in 2018, I didn’t think much of it other than the potential for three wins for SU in non-conference play. Of course, Liberty defeated the Orange in 2020 and are the betting favorites...
Bangor Daily News

UMaine football faces a high-level opponent in Northern Illinois on Saturday

Both teams are 1-2. UMaine, a Football Championship Subdivision team, is one of the few schools in its division to schedule two games a year against teams in the higher-level division. Most just schedule one. Football Championship Subdivision schools permit 63 full scholarship players on a team while the Football...

Promotions announced in Salisbury Fire Department

SALISBURY, N.C. (WBTV) - Several promotions have announced within the ranks of the Salisbury Fire Department. Salisbury Fire Chief Robert Parnell has announced the following promotions of James Arnold, Adrian Gantt, Dustin Tanner, and Andrew Woodall to the rank of Lieutenant. Fire Chief Parnell also announced the promotions of Caleb Renner, Quinzavious Sands, and Jacob Vodochodsky to the rank of Engineer. The promotions were effective September 4, 2021.
UV Cavalier Daily

EDITORIAL: U.Va. must protect students and fans in Scott Stadium

Weekends in Charlottesville are starting to resemble a time before COVID-19 — students are taking beloved trips to Carter’s Mountain Orchard, the Corner is packed with business and Scott Stadium is filling the hill with hardly a mask in sight. The caveat, of course, is we are not back to a time without COVID-19 — the University’s case numbers and hospital admissions this semester clearly demonstrate the threat of the pandemic is not over. Even without universal testing and a near fully vaccinated student body, the University has seen 522 COVID-19 cases this semester. More alarming, though, is the University’s hospital admissions data — less than two weeks ago, we saw 16 hospital admissions related to COVID-19, a number equal to the peak we saw at the beginning of this year. Still, the University seems to be operating under the idea that COVID-19 will not spread at large gatherings in Scott Stadium.

Swimming opens season with exhibition at Liberty

Lynchburg, Va. -- University of Lynchburg's men's and women's swim teams opened the 2021-22 season Friday evening with an exhibition dual meet with the Liberty University women's varsity and men's club teams inside the Liberty Natatorium. The Hornet men totaled three event victories on the evening, starting with senior Chris...

Hatters head to Nashville to take on No. 18 Lipscomb

Nashville, Tenn. -- The Stetson University men's soccer team gets set for its second ASUN Conference match of the year as the Hatters head to Lipscomb University to take on the No.18-ranked Bison. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. EST. Recap. Stetson comes off a 2-1 loss in their ASUN...
Lynchburg News and Advance

Brookville looks to stay perfect in anticipated matchup against LCA

After a perfect regular-season spring campaign, Brookville was stifled in the first round of the playoffs in April by a stout Liberty Christian team intent on revenge. The Bees haven’t forgotten it. “We talk about it every day,” Brookville junior quarterback Drake McDaniel said after Thursday’s walk-through practice. “It’s an...

MAGAZINE: Liberty Quarterback Malik Willis Stays Humble Amid The Hype

This story appears in the Fall 2021 issue of Sports Spectrum Magazine. To read the rest of it, and for more in-depth feature stories like it, subscribe to our quarterly magazine for only $18. Liberty’s Malik Willis broke out as one of the nation’s elite dual-threat quarterbacks last year in...