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Madison County Supervisors have reluctantly agreed to Greene County’s withdrawal from the Rapidan Service Authority (RSA).

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A breezy porch swing with stand is ideal for warm-weather lounging. It has a charming canopy and cup holders to keep occupants relaxed and comfortable.

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Make picnic prep a breeze with an all-in-one utensil holder and place mat. Fold the long end of a dish towel up until it becomes the size of a placemat. Stitch or hot-glue the outer edges together. Insert utensils into the pocket, roll up, and tie with a separate ribbon.

Dolley Madison Garden Club hosts Dueling Arrangers, which brings David Pippen and Tom May together in a flower-arranging contest, from 1 to 3 …

» Blue Ridge Virginia Chapter of United Nations Association hosts Susan Kruse speaking about The Community Climate Collaborative during its me…

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Freefall Music & Art Festival:With Trae Pierce and the T-Stones, 5-9 p.m., IXArt Park, (434) 924-0885, free.

WAYNESBORO — Augusta Health and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield ended a contract impasse  Friday that had lasted the better part of a year — and left Anthem subscribers out of network at the hospital since Jan. 1.

I was flabbergasted upon reading in The Daily Progress that Rep. Dave Brat and Rep. Tom Garrett, as well as 234 other House members, voted aga…

I was flabbergasted upon reading in The Daily Progress that Rep. Dave Brat and Rep. Tom Garrett, as well as 234 other House members, voted against a measure that would prohibit "concealed-carry permit holders who have been convicted of a violent crime within the preceding three years" from carrying loaded handguns from state to state.

STAUNTON — The Virginia Food Truck Battle is back to benefit The MaDee Project for the third year. This year, 18 food trucks from the area will fight to be named the favorite. The Virginia Food Truck Battle will be at the Frontier Culture Museum on Sunday, Sept. 3.

Tickets for Top of the Hops to go on sale Friday morning

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in a patent dispute, Impression Products Inc. v. Lexmark International Inc. this week, which will directly affect the daily lives of nearly every American. It requires the court to answer a question with profound implications: Does a patent holder have the power to dictate how you use a product after you buy it?

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