He’s at it again.
As if the current crisis wasn’t enough, President Obama is going for more.
When the President penned the “Dream Act” by executive fiat, the consequences went far beyond what the action was intended.
By using the executive order to suspend deportations of illegal immigrants who came here as children, word went out throughout Mexico and Central America that it was open house for children to illegally enter the United States.
By Amanda Adams
Bedford Main Street Executive director
Would you believe it’s been 33 years since Bedford hosted its first Centerfest? Thirty-three years and this amazing festival is still the Bedford event of the year that draws thousands of people into Centertown!
Something got lost in the translation.
Hopefully it’s just a misunderstanding that can be quickly fixed. But there may be other issues.
After apparently reaching a consensus that the county would support helping to pay to extend sewer service in Moneta—through a public-private partnership involving the county, the school system, local developer George Aznavorian and the Bedford Regional Water Authority—that support was called into question Monday by the supervisors.
House Republicans in the Virginia General Assembly have met their match, and it is Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe.
Tired of their refusal to reach some reasonable compromise that would have allowed many new Virginians insurance coverage through Medicaid, the governor stuffed the ball on them.
McAuliffe did exactly what Sen. Creighton Deeds had publicly said he should do: Adopt the general budget but use a line-item veto to reject the refusal to expand Medicaid.
Charges against Steve Oulds, of Lynchburg, have been certified to the grand jury following a preliminary hearing Monday in General District Court.
Oulds faces charges stemming from the death of James Dale Gunter in a single vehicle crash last year near Coleman Falls. Oulds has been accused of driving the car. The accident occurred on U. S. 501 on Aug. 18, 2013.
Thank you for supporting Bower Center for the Arts and the Wharton Society by attending Dr. Bower’s Annual Crawfish Boil. As always, the food, music and ambiance were outstanding. Unfortunately, there was some confusion and misunderstanding at this year’s Crawfish Boil, which we want to clear up.
Few people study their telephone and Internet bills closely, but it might be worth taking a second glance next month. Take a close look at your next phone bill, and at the bottom you will see a laundry list of access taxes. But if you look at your Internet service provider’s bill, those access taxes will be missing. Wouldn’t you like to keep it that way?