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McAuliffe amendment would restore Virginia’s one-handgun-a-month law

Governor Terry McAuliffe has proposed amendments to Senate Bill 1023 that would restore Virginia’s One-Handgun-a-Month law.

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House Republican leaders comment on McAuliffe Medicaid expansion proposal

House Republican leadership offers comments on the Medicaid expansion proposal of Gov. Terry McAuliffe.

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Congressman Gerry Connolly endorses Justin Fairfax for lieutenant governor

Justin Fairfax today received the endorsement of Congressman Gerry Connolly in his bid for the Democratic Party lieutenant governor nomination.


McAuliffe introduces budget amendment to pursue planning for Medicaid expansion

Governor Terry McAuliffe proposed a budget amendment restoring his authority to pursue planning for Medicaid expansion.

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UVA baseball game at VCU moved to Wednesday

The Tuesday baseball game between UVA and VCU at The Diamond in Richmond has been rescheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday.

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‘Chicken Parm Guy’ to fulfill dreams of serving dish

The current Chicken Parm Chair at Virginia Tech is Michael Hanson of Bristow, Virginia.

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Wayne Theatre: April 2017 concerts, movies, programs, more

Calendar of events at the Wayne Theatre in Waynesboro, Va., for the month of April 2017.

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Discovery may help patients beat deadly pneumonia

Researchers have found that a hormone responsible for controlling iron metabolism helps fight off a severe form of bacterial pneumonia.

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25th House candidate Angela Lynn backs McAuliffe on charter school bill veto

25th House Democratic candidate Angela Lynn is voicing her support of Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s veto of charter school legislation.

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Shenandoah University professor awarded PAEA research grant

Shenandoah University professor Anthony A. Miller, M.Ed., PA-C, was recently awarded the 2017 Faculty Generated Research Grant.

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EMU Common Grounds coffeehouse student-managers find their niche

Gathered for their weekly meeting, the managers discuss how to ensure baristas clean the canister without exploding it.

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Three agricultural leaders recognized at VFBF Spring Conference

Three Virginia agricultural leaders were recognized at the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation’s annual Spring Conference, held March 17-19.


Unearned runs the difference as VMI falls, 4-2

Three unearned runs were the difference in the game as The Citadel Bulldogs edged the VMI Keydets, 4-2.


McDyre has four hits, but Liberty falls to Charleston Southern, 11-4

The Charleston Southern Buccaneers took advantage of several Liberty errors to down the Flames, 11-4, Sunday afternoon at CSU Ballpark.


Atlantic Core Building Products to invest $3 million to establish manufacturing operation in Chesapeake

Atlantic Core Building Products will invest $3 million to establish a manufacturing operation in the City of Chesapeake.

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No. 16 UVA tops Duke, 13-6, to take weekend series

The No. 16 UVA baseball team clinched its first ACC series win of the season Sunday afternoon with a 13-6 triumph over Duke.


Liberty’s CIT run ends at UMBC

Liberty faced UMBC in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament (CIT) quarterfinal at the RAC Arena on Sunday.

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Shannon Montague appointed Head of the Learning Village at St. Anne’s-Belfield School

St. Anne’s-Belfield School announced the appointment of Shannon Montague as the next Head of the Learning Village.

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Bridgewater College to screen Matt Shepard is a Friend of Mine, host presentation by Judy Shepard

Bridgewater College will screen Matt Shepard is a Friend of Mine at 7 p.m.Tuesday, April 4, in Cole Hall on the college campus.

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Shenandoah editor R.T. Smith publishes sixth collection of stories

R.T. Smith, Shenandoah editor and Washington and Lee University writer in residence, has published his sixth collection of stories.

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Refugee teens discover strengths, work to smooth newcomers’ paths with Harrisonburg High’s Peer Leader program

The small-group skits were focused on inviting students to learn how their actions might be a result of an emotional response.

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Band Candy Benefit Concert to raise funds for Blackfriars Music

The American Shakespeare Center will end its 2017 Actors’ Renaissance Season with the annual Band Candy Benefit Concert.

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Craft beers increasingly made with Virginia ingredients

Virginia’s drink industry is overflowing with more than 175 craft breweries, 14 cideries, 47 distilleries and 282 wineries.

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Route 726 in Rockingham County closed March 27-29 for repairs

A portion of Route 726 in Rockingham County will be closed to through traffic from Monday, March 27, through Wednesday, March 29.

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Entrepreneur workshop for small business owners

The Virginia Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity is hosting Entrepreneur Express: Moving your Business Forward.