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1 Lynchburg Water Resources foresees a need to ramp up spending in coming years
2 Lynchburg’s new water tank marks milestone in decades-long sewer project
3 Lynchburg seeks $50 million to fix decade-long sewage overflow
4 Lynchburg receives $25M to complete sewer overflow program
5 Drug Take Back Day events taking place across southwest, central Virginia on Saturday
6 Lynchburg Legislative Delegation seeks funding for city’s aging combined sewer overflow system
7 Lynchburg Water Resources proposing rate increase for next year’s budget
8 Water main break on U.S. 460 may cause temporary disruption for some Lynchburg customers
9 2-way traffic returns to Downtown Lynchburg
10 Lynchburg to resume utility disconnections in March | Govt. and Politics | newsadvance.com
11 Grant funding to help business owners and community organizations
12 Get creative with Lynchburg Water Resource's stormwater drain art contest
13 Progress Report from Mayor Lewis
14 Bedford hydroelectric project undergoing relicensing process
15 Lynchburg Water Resources awarded grant to establish watershed education program
16 Lynchburg water source switched to James River | Local News | newsadvance.com
17 City pondering US 62, SR 73 changes
18 City of Lynchburg hosts job fair to help hiring shortage
19 Photos: New Lynchburg city manager sworn in | Govt. and Politics | newsadvance.com
20 If you've noticed anything different to the water in Lynchburg, here's why
21 Lynchburg area changed in ways great and small in aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001
22 Lynchburg crew sent to help with flooding in far southwest VA
23 Lynchburg Water Resources: Boil your tap water for drinking and cooking purposes
24 UPDATE: Roanoke Valley, central Virginia swift water team members deployed to Buchanan County for flood response
25 Diesel fuel spill closes part of Commerce Street
26 Loft apartments flooded Sunday in Lynchburg; officials looking at the cause
27 Grease Friday! Water Resources reminding you not to pour your grease down the drain
28 Lynchburg council to seek VDOT funds, looks ahead to major Smart Scale projects
29 Lynchburg kicks off program to promote workforce development, cleaner city
30 New Lynchburg city manager reflects on first weeks
31 Lynchburg, surrounding areas sees major storm damage
32 Boil water advisory issued for Lynchburg residents along Breezewood Drive
33 Lynchburg departments team up for new grease recycling partnership
34 Lynchburg reverses plan to start water cutoffs
35 Officials: City, university are monitoring College Lake dam, no imminent danger
36 Lynchburg water no longer sourced from James River
37 Lynchburg cleans up after Friday flooding
38 Sewer replacement project to shut down portions of Lynchburg trail system
39 Lynchburg City Council approves 5% across-the-board wage increase for city employees
40 DOC inspections show cleanliness issues within the Lynchburg Adult Detention Center
41 Lack of rain in Lynchburg area causing water to be sourced from James River
42 Lynchburg sees record-setting precipitation in 2020
43 Updated Mobile Vaccination Clinic Schedule for Central Virginia Health District – Newsroom
44 'Weaponization of the Liberty Way:' LU punishes women reporting sex assaults, lawsuit says
45 Mobile Vaccination Clinics Scheduled for Central Virginia Health District – Newsroom
46 Virginia DWR reports sick birds had signs of eye issues and neurological symptoms
47 CENTRAL VIRGINIA HEALTH DISTRICT ANNOUNCES MOBILE VACCINATION CLINIC SCHEDULES AND LOCATIONS – Newsroom
48 Heavy rain in Lynchburg area leads to rescues, floods, shutdown of Brookneal water plant
49 Virginia plans to invest over $400 million in reducing water pollution, increasing access to clean water
50 Wildlife Resources’ Conservation Police release numbers from Operation Dry Water over holiday weekend
51 Lynchburg, Va., CIO Terry Hutchens Steps into Retirement
52 Burglary at Langhorne Road 76 convenience store in Lynchburg under investigation
53 Dam failure could flood Lynchburg with 17 feet of water
54 Lynchburg water bills increase 5.1 percent
55 Water main break causes sinkhole on Fort Ave.
56 Water monitoring program to keep James River swimmers, boaters safe
57 College Lake to remain drained after College Lake Dam nearly breaches
58 Virginia DWR holding public meetings this week on Chronic Wasting Disease in the NRV
59 Bedford County adopts $115M fiscal year 2022 budget | Govt. and Politics | newsadvance.com
60 City drains College Lake Dam after flood causing fish kill
61 Some Lynchburg water coming from James River after waterline break
62 Pedlar plan proceeds
63 Northam proposes $50 million for Richmond combined-sewer cleanup as part of $411.5 million water quality package
64 Lynchburg City sourcing 60 percent water from James River due to lack of rain
65 No tax rate changes set for upcoming Bedford County budget
66 Final large phase of CSO project to begin later this year
67 Lakeside Drive to open by noon Friday
68 Man allegedly trying to flee police jumps off bridge in Lynchburg
69 PLEASE don't flush 'flushable' wipes, your septic tank will thank you
70 Lynchburg-area radio host signs off after more than 20 years on the air
71 Northam announces over $11.1 million in GO Virginia grants
72 Searches and evacuations underway in southwest Virginia after heavy rains
73 Boil-water order lifted after Pulaski water main break
74 Lynchburg to drain College Lake, stabilize dam; Lakeside Drive will be closed for weeks