Hilary Holladay covers education and writes feature stories for the Orange County Review. The author of five books, she is currently writing a biography of the poet Adrienne Rich.
Luke poses with his devoted owner, Len Koczur, and an ever-curious bear at the Koczur home in Orange Estates.
When Sunnie Capelle looks at Verling Park in Gordonsville, she sees all it has to offer and all it could become. As a member of Town to Trail,…
Families cool off in the Dix Memorial Pool at Verling Park in Gordonsville--the only public pool in the county. Town to Trail, a grassroots gr…
A group of young African leaders recently converged on Orange County from Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Uganda and many other African nations. In classes with scholars at James Madison’s Montpelier and over informal dinners with Orange County residents, they discussed key political and social issues in their home countries and soaked up lessons on American history, government and cultural traditions.
There is a big difference between declining a second pork chop and getting in tip-top physical condition, and Bernard Ellis is determined to help Orange County teachers hit that loftier mark.