WAYNESBORO — A poll commissioned by a Washington, D.C.-based energy organization shows majority voter support in all three affected states for the approval and construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
GREENVILLE — Riverheads Elementary celebrated statewide recognition for a successful breakfast program Monday with a visit from Virginia First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe, Miss Virginia Michaela Sigmon and state Secretary of Education Dietra Trent.
STAUNTON — The chance to see an exact replica of Noah’s Ark an hour outside Cincinnati. Riding a cruise in the Bahamas under the sun. A day trip to New York City for shopping and to see the Statue of Liberty.
CRIMORA— No one has been put to sleep yet, according to the Crimora Players’ Irene Cash. The Crimora Players will host their summer dinner theatre show, “Larceny and Old Lace,” this Friday, Saturday and Sunday night at the Crimora Community Center.
STUARTS DRAFT - Excuse Stuarts Draft for being rude. It simply had places to go. On a day the Cougars had to play at 2 p.m. due to graduation that evening, Draft made quick work of Wilson Memorial in an 11-1 victory in the Conference 36 baseball semifinals Tuesday afternoon.
Virginia Democrats are conducting a fascinating — though risky — experiment: How far to the left can the party go and still win the governorship? It’s an experiment whose results could reverberate all the way to the 2020 presidential election.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sixth District Rep. Bob Goodlatte, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said the right decision was made to name a special counsel to oversee the FBI investigaton of Russia's efforts to influence the 2016 U.S. election.