“In high school, I think we all had friends who got into romantic relationships and then you never saw them again because they spent all of their time with their partner. Those are the people we’re talking about.”
Hannah and Horace Scruggs III will spend the next year paddling the James to create a documentary about the river, their family and the free and enslaved African Americans who plied the river for trade and barter.
Officials worry the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations could increase because of the growing dominance of the Delta variant.
Faith Kelley and Neil Wood started Civil Water, aluminum-bottled and environmentally friendly spring water popping up on shelves around the area.
Dominion Energy now has two executives serving on the Board of Visitors
Organizers are hoping to raise $30,000 and so far have raised about $15,000.
Assistant Fire Marshal Stephen Walton approaches 50 years working for the city.
Veterans and community members will scrub and shine Oakwood Cemetery soldiers' stones on Saturday.
Pandemic concerns decreased the number of preventive medical visits, including for non-COVID vaccines.
“I thought there had to be something, some device already on the market, but there really wasn’t.”