In Winslow, Maine, the organizer of the teenage Miss 4th of July pageant crowned two winners.
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At Silver Lake, Michigan, residents are participating in an annual rite: signing the wandering beach ball.
But science might be able to restore some of the heavenly rose fragrance that has been bred out of newer hybrids.
Virginians should be pleased by the outcome of a Supreme Court decision on gerrymandering, but not necessarily by how it was won.
Are women's colleges still relevant? It’s a worthwhile question to explore, especially considering that Virginia is home to three women’s colleges — Sweet Briar, Hollins and Mary Baldwin. Once, of course, we were home to more.
The Obama administration’s decision not to prosecute families who pay ransom for kidnapped loved ones is based on a humanitarian impulse. But in solving one problem, it may well create a host of others.
With the closing of Quest Bookshop, Charlottesville loses another piece of its uniqueness.
Kudos to the Friends of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library for a partial solution to a Catch-22.
The question, already simmering, is bound to bubble over amid today’s renewed controversy over the Confederate flag: What to do with Charlottesville’s Lee and Jackson statues?