Tuesday marked the five-year anniversary of the 5.8-magnitude Mineral Earthquake felt by tens of millions of people along the East Coast, including those in Culpeper County where structural damage in old town was especially severe. Five years later, lessons have been learned and memories of that shaky day remain intact.
Virginia, like the country as a whole, has a difficult and troubling history that has been easier to ignore or sanitize than to face squarely. On July 22, the Supreme Court of Virginia struck down Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s order that restored civil rights to more than 200,000 Virginians who had…
It is a good thing the price of oil was down this summer because many homeowners with large yards would be in the poorhouse if gas was $4 a gallon.