Harvard no more — the road to Central Virginia Community College soon may have a new name.At Wednesday’s Local Board meeting, CVCC leadership opted for the name CVCC Campus Drive.The rationale behind the change, which has been discussed at previous meetings and still has to be approved at the state level, is that updated signage will offer CVCC a marketing opportunity to motorists traveling along Wards Ferry Road.According to Mike Bradford, vice president of institutional advancement and...
Students are out for summer, but Heritage High School is a busy place, abuzz with the sounds of construction as crews work through the summer heat to complete the final phase of the new facility.Though the new school opened last year, work still is underway, and final plans are beginning to snap in place as the track, tennis courts, athletic fields and the student parking lot are installed.“It’s very exciting; it’s something we’ve looked forward to since the project began,” said Heritage...
A field house at Brookville High School now will bear the name Jim Whorley to honor the late principal who led BHS from 1994 to 2008, following Campbell County School Board approval.Prior to his 14 years as BHS principal, Whorley served in other capacities in Campbell County Public Schools, including as the head football coach of the Bees, when he led Brookville High to a 58-24-2 win-loss record from 1972-80, according to The News & Advance archives.
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