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Today's News

  • Bedford Christmas Parade is Dec. 6

        The Bedford Christmas parade will be held December 6 at 4 p.m. This year’s parade theme is “A Christmas Story” in Bedford.
        The parade will be followed by the Tree Lighting at 6 p.m. in the Centertown Plaza (Bridge & Main). There will also be carriage rides and free pictures with Santa in SantaLand that evening from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
        Carriage rides will also be available through Centertown and free pics with Santa from 6:30 — 8:30 p.m. on Friday, December 12 and Friday, December 19.

  • Study looks at fire department needs

        When you call 911 and report a fire, it’s vital that firefighters can get to your place safely, with the equipment they need. That means replacing firetrucks as needed.

        “Apparatus is a big need on the fire side because of the expense,” said Jack Jones, the county’s director of fire and rescue.

  • Eagles seek to rebound

     

    They're bigger, but will they be better?

    Staunton River's boys basketball team looks ahead to the 2014-15 season with one goal:  to be better than last year.

    During the previous campaign, the Golden Eagles struggled through a 3-20 season.  For the second consecutive season, the Rivermen failed to pick up a win in the Blue Ridge District.  In mitigation, that was a brutal league last season.

  • Sports commentary: T-Giving thoughts

     

    Ah, the big day is nearly here.

    Thanksgiving is truly one of the great holidays.  It is a  day to load up on great food and then waddle your Tryptophan-laden self to the couch to catch some football.

    Yeah, turkey and football go with Thanksgiving like candy canes and creches go with Christmas.

    Or do they?

  • Up next for JF: A different Liberty

     

    Already haven beaten a team from the Evergreen District as well as a team named Liberty, Jefferson Forest seeks to do so again this Saturday afternoon.

    That's because they'll host Liberty-Bealeton in a Region 4A-North semifinal matchup.

    The Cavs dispatched Eastern View last week which, along with Liberty-Bealeton, is a member of the Evergreen.  Two weeks prior to that, JF topped Liberty-Bedford to claim the Seminole District crown (as well as the Bedford County championship).

  • JF keeps rolling

     

    In a game that was more offensive than Uncle Charlie picking his teeth at the Thanksgiving table, Jefferson Forest topped Eastern View, 63-55.

    Both team's offenses were stellar in a game that featured  a combined 17 touchdowns, 118 points and more than 1,000 yards.

  • Recognizing the sacrifice of our nation’s veterans

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

     

  • It’s time to get back to work

    You’ve probably heard the old phrase, “good things come to those who wait.” Well, the American people have been waiting over six years for the construction of the. I’d say that’s long enough, wouldn’t you?

     

  • In support of Virginia property rights

    By Bruce Shelton
    SMMBA President

  • The faces of hunger

    By Helen Fiaschetti
    Administrative Manager
    Bedford Christian Ministries

        If you were to look out at the sea of faces in the waiting room, you would find the faces of hunger, coming for whatever we can provide from what has been lovingly donated by residents of Bedford for the needy of our county.