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  • Previous Virginia Governor's cup wine
    Virginia Governor's cup wines unveiled at 2015 Virginia expo
    The best Virginia wines, the future winners of the 2015 Governor's cup will be available for tasting at the upcoming Virginia Wine Expo, which will take place with a series of events and wine tastings from February 17-22. This is the eighth...
  • Ivan Katz Realtor
    Common Realtor Myths by Ivan Katz Fairfax Realty
    It's really amazing how much wrong information consumers have about Realtors, and buying or selling a home. That's why I'm going to help you cut through the fiction to find out the real facts, to debunk Realtor myths!1. Working with a...
  • A. Bowman Smith Distillery
    Romance Alexandria and Fredericksburg: Just A Train Ride Away
    It's that time of the year again! Valentine's Day is just around the corner and with the love day falling on a weekend, its a great time to plan a romantic weekend getaway. Even with gas prices at an all-time low, no one really wants to...
  • Bristol, Virginia schools face major cuts as city pumps funds into The Falls
    Bristol, Virginia schools face major cuts as city pumps funds into The Falls
    The Bristol Virginia Schools are expecting a shortage of funds in the amount of $900,000 for the 2015-2016 school year. Tri-Cities News.com reported Sunday that Superintendent Rex Gearheart anticipates serious cuts in federal and state funding to...
  • Colonial Williamsburg
    Colonial Williamsburg: a family event
    Williamsburg is one of three Virginia cities; the other two being Jamestown and Yorktown, to claim the title as the original birthplace of America. Colonial Williamsburg is rich in history and having a historical impact on the creation of our...
  • Jazzy Jasmine still looking for her forever home - Hampton Roads
    Jazzy Jasmine still looking for her forever home - Hampton Roads
    Jazzy Jasmine, like many pit bull type dogs, is looking for her forever home.Thanks to the Pit Bull Awareness Coalition, this energetic little lady has been in a foster home since June 29, 2013. Luckily for Jazzy, she has a foster mom, Elaine,...
  • Public split on McDonnell decision
    Public split on McDonnell sentencing
    Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) received a two-year prison sentence Jan. 6 on 11 corruption counts for accepting $177,000 worth of gifts and loans from Jonnie Williams Sr., the former CEO of Star Scientific. Federal sentencing guidelines...
  • Plan your Virginia winter getaway
    Plan your Virginia winter getaway
    Whether you love skiing, outdoor recreation, the beach, family gatherings, resort life or are looking for a couples getaway for Valentine's Day, Virginia is your winter destination. Visit Virginia.org to plan your Virginia winter getaway.If...
  • ‘Salvage Dawgs’ save items from ‘Meek Farmhouse’ on DIY
    ‘Salvage Dawgs’ save items from ‘Meek Farmhouse’ on DIY
    On Sunday night’s second episode of “Salvage Dawgs,” the team from Black Dog Salvage is outside the facility that shows lots of items they saved from destruction and preserved pieces of history. Co-owners Mike Whiteside and...
  • Joe Morrissey with gun
    Anti-gun politician convicted over teen staffer vowing revenge
    Democratic Virginia State Delegate Joe Morrissey “is on a leash,” Henrico County Sheriff Michael Wade told CBS 6 in a Tuesday report on the jailed politician’s work release arrangement. Morrissey, 57, was convicted last week...
  • McAuliffe and Obama
    Virginia’s McAuliffe proposes 2A infringements on Bill of Rights Day
    As with almost everyone else with establishment influence in government and media, current Virginia Governor and former Democrat National Committee Chair and Clinton campaign honcho Terry McAuliffe was silent on his official commonwealth website...
  • Old Pompey, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, VA
    Christmas alligators at the Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, VA
    Very well, I'm stretching a Jefferson Hotel legend, but the alligators must have enjoyed the Christmas decorations. At the turn of the 20th century, Richmond's elegant Jefferson Hotel used to stock live alligators in the fountain of the...
  • Surveys find DC, Maryland dangerous, Virginia safe
    Surveys find DC, Maryland dangerous, Virginia safe
    Virginia is by far the safest state in the DMV to live in, according to a legal blog. Although it is not a state, Washington, D.C., should scare you. On the other hand, Bowie, Md., is the the safest community, of more than 25,000 people, to reside...
  • ‘Ex-gay’ group posts billboard in Richmond claiming ‘Nobody is born gay’
    ‘Ex-gay’ group posts billboard in Richmond claiming ‘Nobody is born gay’
    A billboard on I-95 in Richmond, Virginia has sparked outrage and is creating much discussion over the long debated issue of whether homosexuality is a choice or genetic. According to a report by local NBC affiliate WWBT, the billboard posted by...
  • Donnie Rife at the Debate
    Pediatric Dentist Todd Pillion vs. Donnie Rife Today's Special Election in VA
    Today is an election day in the 4th District for a Delegate for the General Assembly in Virginia, which is in the western part of the state. Todd Pillion is a pediatric dentist running against Donnie Rife who "Worked as a Heavy equipment...