Robert Duff GreenRobert Duff Green, of Orange and Culpeper, Virginia, passed away on Saturday, March 25, 2023, in his hometown of Culpeper at …
Dan Snyder’s departure from the NFL is moving closer to reality. A group led by Josh Harris and Mitchell Rales and another group led by Canadian billionaire Steve Apostolopoulos have submitted fully financed bids for the NFL’s Washington Commanders, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. Two people confirmed the bid from Harris. Both spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Tuesday because details of the bid have not been publicly announced. The Harris/Rales group includes basketball Hall of Famer Magic Johnson. Houston Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta also has been in the running. Snyder had yet to accept an offer when the league’s finance committee met Monday so his future wasn’t openly discussed.
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.
Sweeping changes to the way Virginia regulates the electric monopoly Dominion Energy that promise savings on ratepayers' monthly bill has won a nod from Gov. Glenn Youngkin.
If you want to help kids, regulate social media.
On the one side are dozens of lawmakers issuing dire warnings about security breaches and possible Chinese surveillance. On the other are some 150 million TikTok users in the U.S. who just want to be able to keep making and watching short, fun videos.
A federal lawmaker has introduced a House bill that would close one of a laundry list of oversight gaps revealed in a recent KHN investigation of the system regulators use to ban fraudsters from billing government health programs, including Medicare and Medicaid.
Eastern View High School will present Rogers and Hammerstein’s "Cinderella" on March 31 and April 1.
The Culpeper County Board of Supervisors held a work session meeting on March 16 to present the Culpeper County Public Schools proposed budget…
The American Battlefield Trust’s most recent preservation victory protects 47 acres across the Cedar Creek Battlefield in the Shenandoah Valle…
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delayed his contentious judicial overhaul plan Monday and said he wanted "to avoid civil war" by making time to seek a compromise with political opponents.
Between atmospheric rivers in California, Hurricane Ian in Florida, flash floods in Kentucky and monsoons in Las Vegas, floods have caused billions of dollars in damage over the past year alone. You may not think flooding could ever affect your home. However, 90% of natural disasters in the U.S. involve floods, according to the Federal Emergency...
A Florence museum and the city's mayor are inviting parents and students from a Florida charter school to visit and see Michelangelo’s “David” after the school principal was forced to resign following parental complaints that an image of the nude Renaissance masterpiece was shown to a sixth-grade art class.
Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among college students. Contrary to conventional wisdom, athletes aren’t immune from the risk factors. Players at Stanford University, the University of Wisconsin, and other colleges are learning how to protect their mental health and ask for help after their teammates killed themselves.
It’s about the money — on both sides — as arguments swirl about patient safety, rising prices, and paying back on-the-job training.
Lawmakers in states including Colorado, California, Texas and New York are taking big, legislative swings at the eating disorder crisis.
Horse racing’s efforts to clean up the sport and level the playing field are taking another step forward with the launch of a new anti-doping program. It’s an attempt to centralize the drug testing of race horses and manage the results, while doling out uniform penalties to horses and trainers that will replace the current patchwork rules that vary from state to state.
An 'extremely dangerous tornado' strikes Georgia as 20 million Southerners are at risk of treacherous weather Sunday
After a rash of violent storms killed 26 people in the South over the weekend, a new "large and extremely dangerous tornado" struck Sunday south of LaGrange, Georgia, the National Weather Service in Atlanta said.
Moore made his famous observation three years before he helped start Intel in 1968. It's now known as “Moore’s Law."
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Midway through the funeral of Otis Taylor on Wednesday, a highlight video of his superb career with the Chiefs evoked oohs and cheers and surely some tears among the several hundred in attendance at the Friendship Baptist Church. When it was over, Pastor Michael C. Phillips of Paradise Missionary Baptist Church epitomized a recurring theme of the day when he suggested the ...
Senate Democrats want to boost funding for mental health programs above the $135 million proposed by Gov. Glenn Youngkin. Advocates for appropriate responses to people in mental health crisis say Virginia has made progress but it's been far too slow.
At least 23 dead after tornado-spawning storms roll through Mississippi. One town is 'gone,' resident says
At least 23 people were killed, dozens injured and four missing after powerful storms and at least one tornado pummeled Mississippi on Friday night, ripping roofs off homes, nearly leveling some neighborhoods and knocking out power for thousands, officials said Saturday morning.
Instead of a fight, the administration opted for a corporate solution: a buyout of Jillian Balow.
Children and teens would lose access to apps if they don't have parental consent and face other restrictions.
The White House gathered the people who helped pass the Affordable Care Act 13 years ago — partly to congratulate themselves but also to emphasize that they still have much work to do to make health care affordable.