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The National D-Day Memorial had Rats Saturday Memorial. In this case, the Rats were 450 Virginia Military Institute (VMI) cadets. Rat is the n…

After a subdued Centerfest, last year, the big street festival roared back to life. Crowds filled the streets. Food vendors, who came expectin…

The College Board awarded students from across the country with academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs for excel…

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The 41st Annual Centerfest starts Saturday at 10 a.m. and runs to 6 p.m. Governor Ralph Northam’s restrictions stopped it in 2020. Last year’s…

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Investigators with the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office Vice/Narcotics Unit, with the assistance of the United States Marshal’s Service, conduc…

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The supervisors voted unanimously to deny a request by a developer to rezone 27 acres on Teass Terrace from AP to AR. Both zones are agricultu…

Bedford’s electric department was able to sell the copper in some surplus copper wire for nearly $6,000. Last week Town Council voted unanimou…

ROUTE 805 CULVERT REPLACEMENT — Effective August 23 at 8 a.m., a section of Route 805 (Stone Mountain Road) will be closed for repair of a sub…

The Bedford YMCA has been hosting the Summer Sunset Festival Series events every third Friday since May with bands such as the Coleman Brothers Band,

Margaret knows what she wants and how to take the steps to get there. Most recently, she set her sights on getting a job, and she made it happen.

Last week, Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce President Patti Jurkus presided over a business awards gala that returned to the event’s former gl…

A new private school, Free State Academy, opened its doors the Tuesday after Labor Day with 50 students. The school has grades K-12. It has 17…