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You'll get the thrill of living in two ancient hamlets at the same time here. Samo was founded by ancient Greeks looking for shelter on the hills but not too far from the shore, turning the village into their "harbor."

» Key’s Corner Indoor Market hosts more than 40 vendors, many from the City Market, from 8 to 11:30 a.m. each Saturday through March 21 at key…

Tiptoeing along the edge of caricature, Sen. Elizabeth Warren says: Native Americans should be "at the table" with African-Americans for a "robust discussion" about making some Americans pay reparations to other Americans to atone for misdeeds by still other Americans. The Massachusetts Democrat is going to need a large table.

The Greene County Record welcomes Letters to the Editor on topics regarding civic life. Letters must contain the author’s full name, address, signature, jurisdiction of residence and phone numbers (for verification). All letters are subject to editing. Letters should be the original work of the signatory. Send letters to news@greenenews.com or the Greene County Record , P.O. Box 66, Stanardsville, Va. 22973.

The family secret lurked in the background as the cousins grew up in Maine, Maryland and Tennessee. Something about the Southern ancestors, ba…

Montpelier hosted 50 of the nation’s leading academics, public historians and descendant community advocates for “The National Summit on Teach…

It is not a compilation of facts and figures for the sake of collecting and archiving data. Frankly, if that were the goal, we would be hard-pressed to push on. There is a depressing paucity of evidence of the particulars of the 1834 sale of a purported 16 men and women, all people of color enslaved by James Madison. 

As around 100 people looked on Sunday afternoon, the Blue Ridge Heritage Project unveiled its Greene County Memorial to the local families dis…

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