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A new book from Virginia Humanities and City of Promise, created by author Marc Boston and illustrator Ariel Mendez, is slated for distribution at the end of June. 

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A front-end manager at King Soopers, Olds aspired to work her way up the ranks at the store, her family said.

The Richmond-based company said it expects to open a hub — where the company receives and reconditions used vehicles offered by its customers for sale — at 1389 Richmond Road by the end of May. 

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President Joe Biden’s massive $1.9 trillion stimulus package has just been signed into law, providing much-needed financial relief for many Americans. Two of the most notable provisions include extending unemployment benefits and disbursing a third round of direct payments (also known as stimulus checks). For many, these stimulus payments are more of a lifeline than […]

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Because of the pandemic, several plant stores have been forced to host virtual classes and workshops in place of in-person events.

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It used to be that plants set the stage for offices. Now they set the stage for Zoom meetings, classes and video calls that can land you on Twitter accounts like Room Rater. Because our homes have become our offices, several stores, including Plants.com and the Sill, now offer plants specifically for the home office.

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Many experts predicted Costa Farms’ Raven ZZ plant would be the one of the year’s hottest houseplants. The slow grower has a striking, gothic look with bright green growth that matures to a rich, purple-black hue.

After nine years as the executive director of the Greene Alliance of Church/Community Efforts (GRACE), Doris Swenson is retiring and GRACE nee…

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Curbside pickup and same-day delivery orders can often be filled within a few hours. Many retailers that didn’t offer those services last year rolled them out after nonessential stores were forced to close during the pandemic.

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More people adopted puppies and kittens during the pandemic, and stores are pouncing to cash in. Petco is selling matching pajamas for dogs and their humans with snowflakes and Christmas trees. And Chewy, the online pet store, is getting more personal, inscribing pets names into bandanas, bowls or beds.

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One new innovation Target is bringing to the pandemic shopping experience: reservations that allow you to skip long lines. You can go to Target.com/line to see if there is a line of shoppers standing outside your local store. If so, you can reserve a spot in line, and Target will text you when it's your turn to enter the store.

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