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As people prepare for the holidays, local Christmas tree farms prepare for the month of madness that is to come.
One customer raved that this vacuum changed their life.
Leftover money will go to future rates, director says.
Automobile owners in Virginia will have to shop around now to get the best deals on car insurance if they are not driving as much during the pandemic.
It should be inconceivable that in a time of American energy abundance, within the nation’s richest and most populous state, citizens are being subjected to rolling electricity blackouts. Yet here we are. California’s grid is again struggling to provide the energy that is so vital to keeping us all connected, especially now.
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Since the start of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Rapidan Service Authority (RSA) Board of Members has suspended disconnecting service for nonpayment and the board agreed to extend that to the end of September, as well as waiving late fees and disconnection fees. However, some customers have amassed a large debt that might be difficult to pay once that goes into effect again.
When you can't see a chiropractor, this device might be the next best thing.
Virginia’s new one-handgun-per-month restriction resulted in 1,102 people being denied the purchase of a firearm during the law’s first month — by far the largest percentage of the 1,877 denials issued in July by the Virginia Firearms Transaction Center.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, grocery stores and suppliers have struggled to maintain stock for consumers, often running out of ba…
Businesses have had to embrace social distancing during the pandemic, and perhaps none more so than an English pub which installed an electric fence to keep thirsty customers at bay.
Restaurants are reducing their menus to streamline their operations amid the coronavirus pandemic.