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Thursday, Oct. 20 | Business | Entertainment
Haunted Hollow scares up profits for Midland dairy operation
Agri-tourism supports family farms in Virginia | More »
Thursday, Oct. 20 | Public Safety
Phillips pleads to 2nd degree murder charge
State police initially charged Phillips with first-degree murder in connection with the Feb. 27, 2010 slaying of a Central State Hospital patient. Phillips was being evaluated at the Petersburg facility when he killed Justin L. Davis. | More »
Thursday, Oct. 20 | Business | Government
Neighbors fired up over Midland range
Among other things, Range 82 owner Lee Hollander and his partners want permission to provide more training courses, including the chance to conduct simulation exercises, allow limited twilight shooting and store ammunition. | More »
Wednesday, Oct. 19 | Business
Experts forecast good news and bad for regional economy
Regional economists say the Washington area's economy is improving, but slowly. | More »
Saturday, Oct. 15 | Government
Two appointed to the Remington town council
Remington Town Council gets two new members. | More »
Friday, Oct. 14 | General | On the Wild Side
Harvested deer to be sampled for chronic wasting disease.
Virginia game officials are requiring deer hunters to submit their harvested deer for chronic wasting disease sampling on Nov. 19 and 26, and Dec. 3. | More »
Friday, Oct. 14 | Entertainment | General
Haunted house really out of luck now
'Unlucky Inn' in Remington lost its lease and now will sit out this year's Halloween while trying to find a new site. | More »
Thursday, Oct. 13 | Entertainment | General
17th Mississippi Regiment coming to Aldie Mill Oct. 15.
Living history wil be re-enacted during the annual Aldie Harvest Festival on Oct. 15 | More »
Thursday, Oct. 13 | Education
Wakefield Country Day students participate in safety day
Wakefield Country Day School students gain insight on safety and personal health during teacher-organized safety day. | More »
Thursday, Oct. 13 | Business
Tri-County Feeds introduces recyclable feed bags
Responding to a customer request, Tri-County Feeds in Marshall introduces recyclable feed bags. | More »
Wednesday, Oct. 12 | Sports
Liberty lineman Travis Buzzo will study you before he hits you
Tommy Buzzo spends most of each day at Liberty as a teacher and the Eagles’ football coach, and his son Travis spends most of each day there as a student and senior football player. Yet there’s no better place than the kitchen for understanding them. | More »

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