Maaliah Cabell entered the Adidas Track Nationals with some lofty goals.
Snyder did not show his face in Phoenix this week; did not swing by to offer one final, passionate defense of keeping his beloved team.
He is gone but not forgotten and not likely to ever be by so many.
The sale will be at the lower level of the library.
A Waynesboro man was convicted last week of abduction and other felony charges in Waynesboro Circuit Court after a four-hour bench trial.
The group is led by D.C. native Josh Harris, who owns the 76ers, Devils and a share of Premier League team Crystal Palace. Magic Johnson is also an investor.
Another one that got away: Dan River Region megasite was finalist for major project, but company chose South Carolina
"It's not a matter of 'if,' it's a matter of 'when,'" Lee Vogler, chair of the Danville-Pittsylvania Regional Industrial Facility Authority, said of the chances of a major project coming to Berry Hill.
Radford University’s total enrollment for spring 2023 is 7,718 students — about 4,000 students fewer than in spring 2020.
Spotsylvania superintendent proposes eliminating school libraries among options for closing budget gap
He said that eliminating the libraries would “free up positions that could be used in classrooms.”
A warning letter from the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality says the music festival built roads and bridges without the required permit.
There have been at least 21 cases of Candida auris in Virginia this year, which is known to spread in health care facilities.
Spring has officially arrived on the Outer Banks with the first foal of spring spotted back in the marsh in Carova.
"We just wanted it more," Tech senior center Elizabeth Kitley said.
A public hearing on the 2023-34 budget is scheduled for April 12 in Verona.
Kadin Shedrick leaves Virginia without winning an NCAA tournament game. Isaac Traudt is leaving without ever even playing in one.Shedrick, a 6-foot-11 redshirt junior center, and Traudt, a 6-10 freshman forward who redshirted this season, both entered their names in the NCAA transfer portal …
The dance between VCU basketball coach Mike Rhoades and Penn State continues, with the Nittany Lions not having made a decision yet on who their next coach will be.
A crippling cyberattack in February has left many Dish Network subscribers unable to reach the wireless TV provider for run-of-the-mill customer issues.
David Wayne Kingrea was convicted in a child molesting case – but years later his accuser, now grown, said that he had lied.
The top-seeded Hokies, in the Elite Eight for the first time, will take on the third-seeded Buckeyes at 9 p.m. Monday.
A disabled graduate student at the University of Virginia says he has had no choice but to take medical leave after the school retaliated against him for filing a discrimination complaint with the federal government.
Spring has sprung into action.
Ellen Campbell won a special election to the Virginia General Assembly in January to replace her late husband, District 24 Del. Ronnie Campbell, who died in December.
Books ranging from works of fiction to politics to children’s and a range of other topics will be available at the Friends of the Waynesboro Library book sale that starts Wednesday.
It's crunch time as the NFL's owners gather for their annual meeting.
Prom season is approaching, so is the need for that one special dress without spending a fortune.
"It's a great stage to be on and it's great for Virginia Tech to keep winning," Georgia Amoore said.
The search is ongoing for a man police warn is "armed and dangerous."
A light overnight rain gave way Saturday morning to a chilling combination of fog, mist and temperatures in the mid-40s.
The Virginia Museum of History & Culture’s new exhibition about the U.S. space program allows visitors to experience standing in the middle of a thundering rocket launch and leave virtual footprints on a virtual lunar surface during a virtual stroll on the moon – and, you never know, mig…
Will Acgtblu scored a pair of first half goals and the Monticello defense held off a late charge by Wilson Memorial to earn a 2-1 victory.
Read through the obituaries published today in The News Virginian.
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A1 Minute! March 28, 2023: Project Safe Neighborhoods; Raising Canes opening second location
One person died Sunday as a result of an apartment fire on Arch Avenue in Waynesboro.
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Spotswood midfielder Danny Romanchuk scored five goals in the winning effort.
Commanders president: 'If you don't see light at the end of the tunnel, you're not paying attention'
"On the other side of this, we will have a massive acceleration in both attendance and revenue."
Thin at cornerback, UVa is making do with what it has, part of the reason that safeties Coen King and Aidan Ryan have been working with the corners.
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Liz Leitman made history in February when she became the first woman to issue either a severe thunderstorm or tornado watch.
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CHICAGO — Nelson Algren will not go away. Although he moved from Chicago in 1975 and died in 1981, he has managed to remain a frequent visitor, in the form of his famous novels, of course, but also in other ways that have given him a strange form of immortality. Before telling you of the latest Algren appearance, which is a fine book titled “The Short Writings of Nelson Algren: A Study of the ...
FICTION: Three siblings make their way in the world after their mother's hospitalization. "Commitment" by Mona Simpson; Alfred A. Knopf (384 pages, $29) ——— In the broader culture of the American family, every family is its own subculture, and the one mapped in Mona Simpson's novel "Commitment" manages to be both a model of the intricate network of familiar coordinates — love, money, art, work ...
NONFICTION: An enlightening look at American political scandals in the 1920s, which continue to shape how politics is played to this day. "Crooked" by Nathan Masters; Hachette Books (384 pages, $30) ——— Despite our compulsion for appending "-gate" onto every governmental misstep, Watergate was not our first scandal and Richard Nixon was not the first politician to abuse his office. As Nathan ...
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