Independent News of Liberty University
Liberty University has purchased a Revolutionary War-era tavern in the town of New London.
The university says it bought Mead’s Tavern from the nonprofit organization Friends of New London Virginia, Inc., and has formed a partnership with the previous owner to continue the building’s restoration. New London is about 13 miles from the Lynchburg school.
Liberty University rising sophomore Danielle Boothe will represent Jamaica in two swimming relays during the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, held this week at the CIBC Pan Am/Parapan Am Aquatics Centre.
Boothe, who recently completed her first year as a Lady Flame, is scheduled to become the first swimming student-athlete to compete internationally while attending Liberty.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Liberty University’s insurance company does not have to cover the university’s costs to defend itself in a high-profile lawsuit.
An earlier decision indicated Hanover Insurance Company was responsible for covering things like attorney’s fees. This is all over the legal battle relating to a custody dispute between two women who were once in a legally recognized civil union.