Angela Greene has been named the next Police Chief for the City of Lexington. Greene will begin as Chief on May 10.
Greene replaces Mike Frost who has served as Interim Police Chief since this past October.
Greene joins the Lexington Police Department with 20 years of law enforcement experience, serving most recently as Chief of Police for the City of Portsmouth, Virginia.
Greene is a native of New Jersey and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Pre-Law and Political Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University and is currently obtaining her Master’s Degree in Public Administration with Old Dominion University.
She is also a member of the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police and the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
Greene is the proud mother of two daughters, ages 15 and 20, and one son, age 24, who serves as a firefighter for the City of Chesapeake, Virginia.
Both Parry McCluer High School and Rockbridge County High School are planning to stage outdoor graduation ceremonies in the wake of changes from Governor Ralph Northam that allows 5,000 people or 30 percent of a venue capacity for outdoor events, whichever is less.
Those attending the graduation ceremonies must wear masks and socially distance.
Parry McCluer’s graduation ceremony will take place Saturday, May 29, at 11 a.m. on the football field at Bobby Williams Stadium at PMHS.
Rockbridge County’s graduation ceremony will take place Friday, June 4, at 5:30 p.m. in the RCHS athletic stadium.