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All it took was developing her first roll of film, and Marjorie Ann Fishback, a senior at Virginia Intermont College, knew exactly the career path she wanted to pursue.
Other county office and commission candidates will be on-hand
The Health Wagon is scheduled to be featured in an upcoming segment of CBS' 60 Minutes.
RICHMOND, Va. — A report issued Wednesday by a justice reform organization says that Virginia is spending too much to keep too many people locked up for too long.
A justice reform organization says Virginia is spending too much to keep too many people locked up for too long.
U.S. Dept. of Labor says the agency has taken steps to make more accident and illness repors, but said more can be done.
Tanya Mann, 56, was driving a 2000 Lexus that crashed into an overturned tractor-trailer on I-81 early Tuesday.
National survey results suggest that "utterly exhausted" may be America's new normal, Consumer Reports notes.
It's Spring and the fresh veggies from last year are long gone and the farmers are just getting their hands dirty preparing the soil and planting the first seeds.
The World Health Organization held the first World Health Assembly in 1948, and, beginning in 1950, every year on April 7 the world comes together to observe World Health Day
RICHMOND, Va. - The time to buy seedlings from the Virginia Department of Forestry is almost up.
Many of the events are family friendly
Junior Leagues collecting food at Food City stores April 7-12 to benefit local food banks.
The Spine Health Foundation is off to the races and running for high stakes to benefit their mission of helping disadvantaged individuals who suffer with spinal disorders or injuries.
Large vehicles can only be parked at the Elections Office for 30 minutes at a time, and trailers, tents and canopies must be attended at all times.
BRISTOL, Va. — When City Council sits down to discuss ways to bridge an expected budget shortfall for fiscal 2014-15, it will also be asked to consider some neglected capital and maintenance needs.
A bill making its way through the Tennessee legislature would significantly alter the way cities can grow in the Volunteer State.