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Crews continue work to remove Richmond's Confederate statuesRICHMOND, Va. — Crews are back at work removing Confederate monuments from Virginia's capital city, a process that began last week after Mayor Levar Stoney ordered all city-owned Confederate statues cleared away amid weeks of protests over police brutality and racism.

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Superintendent: Delay will help W.Va. schools work out details like buses, masks and virtual learningWest Virginia schools Superintendent Clayton Burch says a delayed start for students means more time to figure out the details of safe learning environments during the coronavirus pandemic.

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On The LambRecipes for every occasion, from family dinners to summer soirées.

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Power Outage Reported in East Falls Church AreaAbout 1,750 Dominion customers are without power on a steamy July afternoon due to an outage in the East Falls Church area.

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WVU-Maryland matchup off the board as Big 10 cancels non-conference gamesThe Atlantic Coast Conference is reportedly considering a similar conference-only model. If that plan is enacted, West Virginia would also lose their season-opener against Florida State in Atlanta.

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Requirement or Recommendation: How Should Virginia Guide Businesses Reopening Amid COVID-19?Credit: CDC. Businesses across Virginia are reopening, although state leaders are at odds over what kind of requirements they should be facing.

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Virus' impact to Virginia budget not as bad as fearedRICHMOND, Va. — The coronavirus pandemic's impact on Virginia's state budget hasn't been as bad as previously feared.

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Advocates Worried About COVID-19 Outbreak at Immigration Detention FacilityCredit: CDC). An outbreak of COVID-19 at an ICE detention facility in Central Virginia has advocates worried.

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Ever Green and GrowingOver the past century these self-described "steel magnolias" have determinedly, often quietly, taken that founding mission as a springboard to accomplish critical restoration work at many of Virginia's most important historic sites, as well as groundbreaking efforts to conserve land for parks and viewsheds that would have been lost if not for...

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Arlington Starts Planning Effort to Guide the Future of Pentagon CityUpdated at 4:1o p.m.) Arlington County is launching a new planning study to determine how best to shape the new density coming to Pentagon City.

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The Hurtt Locker: Tuesday's Election and Continuing the ConversationThe Hurtt Locker is a biweekly opinion column. The views expressed are solely the author's.

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Marine Corps Marathon annual race goes virtual this year"The People's Marathon" joins a long list of events being held in 2020 that are being altered due to COVID-19.

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10 bathing suits your kids will love this summer seasonKeep your kids covered and comfortable as they spend the hot and humid summer months staying cool in the pool, by the ocean or near the backyard sprinkler.

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10 stylish must-haves for summer 2020 in Northern VirginiaFashion-forward Lauren Rothman and Lindsey Evans spill their favorites, from skin care and comfy clothes to local businesses and nonprofits, for summer 2020.

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Rosslyn-based E60 Fitness to open second site in AlexandriaCome September, the locally owned business focused on "all-in-one workout" regimens will have a second, larger in-person location.

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CAMC has big plans to build out telemed programFCC grant will enable hospital to build out existing platform to better serve rural patients in southern and central West Virginia.

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A pair of biergartens is coming to NoVAHerndon and McLean drinkers can raise a glass soon at two new Northern Virginia biergartens.

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Here's a look at dating online in the DMV during COVID-19We chatted with Michael Karlan of DC-based Professionals in the City to see how the transition to virtual speed dating has altered life for DMV singles.

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Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle on Wiehle AvenueA pedestrian was struck by a car at the intersection of Wiehle Avenue and Sunset Hills Road yesterday.

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The Scoop on Celebrating National Ice Cream Month in the Shenandoah ValleyDuring the hottest days of summer, nothing beats cold ice cream, and your next soft-serve swirl with sprinkles, peanut butter sundae, or cocoa ancho in a fresh waffle cone is being churned right now.

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Plan for Complete Street Changes Includes Lane Removals in Dominion Hills, Potomac YardThe final plans are in for a trio of road projects in Arlington, and two out of three involve the removal of travel lanes.

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New Scenic RiversSix rivers added to the Virginia Scenic Rivers System.

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WVU officials discuss virus testing, responsibility in latest campus conversationVP Rob Alsop says making the upcoming fall semester a success will depend on personal responsibility.

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Listing of the Day: 1001 N. Vermont Street #414Today's Listing of the Day is a 2 BD/1 BA condo in Westview Condominium located at 1001 N.

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Timeless TidesThe Tides Inn makes memories with a unique blend of heritage, hospitality, and modern amenities.

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July 9, 2000I got home at 5:00 this morning. I was up in Maryland returning Uncle Jeff's truck back to him.

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Police: Crash Closes Wiehle AvenueEastbound Baron Cameron Avenue and northbound Wiehle Avenue are closed due to a crash. The Fairfax County Police Department urges motorists to avoid the area and use an alternate route.

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Packing on Pandemic Pounds: Expert Advice on Avoiding Stress EatingCollege students sometimes joke about the "freshman 15" - the weight they gain from eating more high-calorie food at the campus cafeteria.

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Life, as in WineberriesThere's always a bite of tartness inside the sweetness.

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Statutes of Liberty: Election 2020The latest Statutes of Liberty discusses changes President Donald Trump has made to immigration policy and possible future changes if elected for a second term.

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Victims in beach trip tragedy being remembered in funeral services; loss has significant impact on Wesbster County community"It has made a major, major impact on our little community," Griffin told MetroNews. "They were scattered all through the mountains but they were kin to everybody and it just has tremendously affected us and the surrounding areas as well because their family branched out to the different communities in this area."

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Heat exhaustion, heat stroke risks rise with temperaturesOn Thursday afternoon, 30 West Virginia counties were under Heat Advisories from the National Weather Service.

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Reports: ACC canceling athletic competitions before September 1Ongoing pandemic concerns threaten possibility of fall semester, athletic seasons.

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Long-Awaited Bowlero Rolls Into Crystal CityAfter years of planning and some delays, Bowlero in Crystal City is ready to rock and bowl.

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'Robert E. Lee Is Dead' by Danielle EvansRobert E. Lee Is Dead by Danielle Evans, 2008 The magic trick: Showing the messy combination of lessons and mistakes that make up the high school experience Like yesterday's SSMT feature, "Brownies" by ZZ Packer, today's story features a young protagonist figuring out how to define herself among and against the people around her.

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Nine dead across Virginia after Independence Day weekend crashesNine people are dead, including a 4-year-old, after crashes across the Commonwealth over the Independence Day weekend, according to Virginia State Police.

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7 On Your Side helps Virginia couple get refund after pilgrimage trip was canceledOberammergau, Germany, is a tiny town in the foothills of the Alps. In 1633, the town was gripped by a plague that threatened devastation.

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Crystal Edwards 07-09Superintendent Dr. Crystal Edwards outlines the current reopening plans for Lynchburg City Schools.

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Republican Legislators For 5 Day In School Learning 07-09Republican legislators call on Governor Northam to prioritize five days of in-school learning this fall.

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Morning Poll: Should APS Students Go Back to Class Full-Time in the Fall?Arlington Public Schools is planning to start the fall semester with most students spending just two days a week in classrooms.

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Reston Companies Recognized In D.C. Innovation SpotlightTwo Reston companies were recognized in D.C. Inno's 2020 Inno on Fire, which recognizes people, companies, initiatives and organizations driving innovations in the area.

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Planning Commission WorkshopCity of Virginia Beach Planning Commission Workshop, held July 8, 2020.

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Nice Shot: Youth ActivismAbout 200 people, including this group of young activists, gathered at the Maggie L. Walker statue on June 13 to attend a youth rally organized by Stephanie Younger, 18, and Makayla White, 13.

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Prince William Co. school board considers mostly virtual school year due to coronavirus crisisPrince William County schools could have students in class one or two days per week, or offer entirely virtual learning, when the upcoming school year begins.

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DMV sees uptick in COVID-19 cases; U.S. reports over 3 million infectionsNorthern Virginia's daily update on COVID-19 and how it's impacting the region. In today's news: Updates on school's reopening, infection rates and more.

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Virginia sees 613 new coronavirus cases, now reporting 67,988 statewideThere are now 67,988 cases of the coronavirus in Virginia as of July 9.

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Thursday Morning NotesPark Foundation Board Selects New Officers - The Fairfax County Park Foundation Board of Directors has elected new officers to lead its fundraising from through June 22.

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LA Chargers share adorable video from WR Joe Reed's parentsIt's very dusty in here.

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Primary care doctors in Virginia want more resources from state as demand for testing growsDr. Sterling Ransone is a family physician in Deltaville and a current member of Virginia's testing task force, a workgroup assembled in late April to boost the state's once-sluggish COVID-19 test rates.

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Virginia Republican legislators call for 5-day in-person school weekA group of Republican legislators from Virginia are pushing Gov. Ralph Northam to put forth state guidelines for reopening schools in the fall.

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Virginia won't release data on COVID-19 outbreaks at chicken plants, despite nursing home reversalVirginia is refusing to release information on COVID-19 outbreaks at poultry processing plants on the grounds of privacy concerns, despite a June decision to provide such data for long-term care facilities.

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Black Creek Buys Northern Virginia Warehouse for $53MAmazon is one of two tenants at the newly delivered last-mile industrial property in Springfield.

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Man in custody after wife found injured, infant child deadGLOUCESTER, Va. — Police in Virginia say that a woman is critically injured and her infant daughter is dead.

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MetroNews This Morning 7-9-20West Virginia is seeing a major upswing in Covid 19 cases numbers. The record positives have prompted Governor Jim Justice to delay the start of school until at least September 8th.

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Morning NotesSeattle Tax Could Advantage Arlington - "It wouldn't shock us if Amazon started encouraging more of its executives to up and move their teams to HQ2, or a neighboring city in Washington state, now that the Seattle City Council has passed a progressive tax targeting the wealthiest companies in the c"

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At Virginia schools, coronavirus pandemic halted more than just in-person learningVirginia's top educator said that there is more to consider than just the benefits of in-person learning, amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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What a year of lost minor league baseball means for DC region's teamsThe 2020 season was supposed to be a celebration for the Fredericksburg Nationals. The pandemic disrupted those plans.

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Beilein remembers 'fabulous' time at West VirginiaBeilein joined the '3 Guys Before the Game' podcast this week.

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on July 9A troubling spike in coronavirus deaths in the D.C. area comes as a local school is put into the national conversation over reopening schools in the fall.

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Police: Woman last seen at restaurant job found deadPolice in Virginia said a woman last seen leaving a restaurant where she worked on Independence Day has been found dead in a corn field.

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Special education concerns in Virginia during Coronavirus, reopening of schoolsFamilies are worried their children are falling behind after months out of the classroom. Special needs children or those with IEPs are in danger of losing even more.

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How Virginia Plans To Let People Ban Themselves From Buying GunsHow Virginia Plans To Let People Ban Themselves From Buying Guns - Across Virginia, VA - To him, the idea of a voluntary do-not-sell list as a preemptive option for people worried about suddenly turning irrational made sense.

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Virginia Elections Board Votes To Allow Freitas, Good On Ballot Despite Late FilingsThe board voted to extend the deadline for 5th District Republican nominee Bob Good, Del., Nick Freitas, R-Culpeper, and others.

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Latest Virginia news, sports, business and entertainment at 3:20 a.m. EDTAssociated Press - The debate over whether schools should reopen this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic with in-person learning offered five days a week has become a political flash point in Virginia.

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Virginia Republicans urge governor to reopen schools 5 days a weekRepublican lawmakers in Virginia are urging Gov. Ralph Northam to rescind his current guidelines for public schools and replace them with guidelines that would allow all public schools to reopen for all children five days a week during phase three of school reopening.

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Virginia COVID-19 cases rise by 613 on ThursdayOn Wednesday, July 1, the commonwealth moved into Phase 3 of Governor Ralph Northam's 'Forward Virginia' plan for reopening, which allowed nonessential retail businesses to fully open, restaurants to fully open without bar seating, gyms to open at 75% capacity, entertainment venues to open at 50% capacity and gatherings of up to 250 people.

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Are there no sensible people in this race debate, says VIRGINIA BLACKBURNAS the world continues to grapple with the ongoing crisis caused by the worst pandemic in a century, the entirely sane and sensible people behind Black Lives Matter have turned their attention to the real scandal of our times, Scrabble.

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Fairfax County schools reject Trump administration criticism of reopening planFairfax County schools in Virginia reject the criticism leveled by the Department of Education of its reopening plans.

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Where Would Virginia Tech Fit in a Major Conference Realignment? Here Are Some ScenariosIn recent years, there has been much discussion about college football realignment. A handful of Power Five teams switched conferences in 2014, including Louisville.

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Virginia won't release data on COVID-19 outbreaks at chicken plants, despite nursing home reversalSupreme Court rules Manhattan DA can get Trump tax records. Click to watch full coverage...

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Stray bullet lands in child's bed at home near Virginia Beach OceanfrontWAVY News 10's Geena Arevalo reports.

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Virginia Street to close between Maple St. and 8th St. beginning ThursdayThe bridge on Virginia Street that goes over I-80 will be closed to traffic beginning on Thursday, July 9, for construction work on the Virginia Street Project.

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Man Vandalizes Virginia Coffee Shop After Refusing to Wear MaskA Virginia community is showing support for a coffee shop after a man who refused to wear a mask vandalized the place.

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Former Harrison County deputy sentenced for heroin distributionTimothy Rock, of Clarksburg, was found guilty in November on four counts of distribution of heroin.

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North Carolina man enters guilty plea for defrauding schemeFrank Russo, 69, previously worked as a service manager at a Toyota dealership in Kanawha County.

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Barricade situation near Virginia Beach Oceanfront resolved, police sayThe area has reopened to traffic after previously having been closed while police investigated.

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Virginia becomes member of Regional Greenhouse Gas InitiativeGov. Ralph Northam announced today that Virginia has become the first southern state to join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.

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West Virginia sees coronavirus cases increase by 202According to the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, 964 cases are active.

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Base installed for Jennie Dean statue in ManassasAs statues recognizing the Confederacy across Virginia are targeted for removal, the likeness of a Black woman is going up in Manassas.

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Republican Virginia legislators discuss school reopeningWAVY News 10's Aesia Toliver reports.

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Virginia Republicans call for five day, in-person school weekA group of Virginia Republican legislators is calling on Governor Ralph Northam to prioritize in-person classes five days a week this upcoming school year.

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Herring says Virginia's rape kit backlog has been eliminatedWAVY News 10's Regina Mobley reports.

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Hall elected as state education board presidentHall has served on the board since 2017 and as vice president since 2018. His education experience includes teaching social students at Woodrow Wilson High School and later serving as dean of boys, assistant principal and principal of the institution.

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Virginia to fight distracted driving with handheld cellphone banUsing a cellphone while driving is a risky habit, and come January it will be illegal to hold one in your hand, while you're behind the wheel.

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Teen arrested after Surrey Police finds group setting up illegal rave in exclusive Virginia Water estateOfficers discovered the men at a property in a private Virginia Water estate setting up equipment in preparation for the event.

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Poultry Workers In Virginia Want More Workplace Safety Protocols Amid The PandemicSome poultry workers in the Delmarva peninsula say the industrial work model often compromises their safety.

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Ivy League postpones football, fall sports as a result of COVID-19"With the safety and well-being of students as their highest priority, Ivy League institutions are implementing campus-wide policies including restrictions on student and staff travel, requirements for social distancing, limits on group gatherings, and regulations for visitors to campus," the official Ivy League statement said.

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Virginia eliminates huge backlog of untested rape kitsVirginia Attorney General Mark Herring says the state has eliminated a backlog of thousands of untested rape kits.

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University of Virginia international students on edge about new immigration ruleInternational students at the University of Virginia are on edge after a federal regulation forces them to make the tough decision to either leave the U.S. or transfer colleges if their school is fully online in the fall.

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Prince George's Harding honored as Gatorade Virginia Track Athlete of the YearJavonte' Harding has been named Gatorade Virginia Track and Field Athlete of the Year on the boys side.

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Chesapeake school bus driver wins big in Virginia LotteryVivian Vaughan selected her winning numbers using family birthdays.

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Planning Commission Public HearingCity of Virginia Beach Planning Commission Public Hearing, held July 8, 2020.

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Official: Inmate at Virginia jail pepper sprays two guardsAuthorities say an inmate at a Virginia jail pepper sprayed two guards after inmates in a lockdown unit flooded their cells and the man was removed from his cell to shower.

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Former Daytona police officer identified as suspect in Virginia deputy-involved shootingA former Daytona Beach police officer is accused of shooting two Wythe County, Virginia deputies on Tuesday night, reports News 6 partner WSLS 10 News.

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Planning Commission Staff BriefingCity of Virginia Beach Planning Commission Staff Briefing, held July 8, 2020.

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Virginia High School League to host meeting about sports during coronavirus"Patience" is the name of the game, for high school sports in 2020. The VHSL is planning to hold a meeting about phased guidelines to keep students safe.

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Virginia Department of Education outlines plans for reopening schools in fall 2020The VDOE recommendations for pre-K through high school students come in three phases, with different levels of physical distancing.

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Virginia Beach Public Library to reopen five locationsVirginia Beach Public Library announces the reopening of five out of its ten branches that have been closed since March due to coronavirus.

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School reopening plans become political flash pointAssociated Press — The debate over whether schools should reopen this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic with in-person learning offered five days a week has become a political flash point in...

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Justice says non-compliance with mask mandate may bring penalties"If you can't we'll have to move and make that more strenuous from the standpoint that we'll have to assess some level of penalties for your non-compliance for not wearing those masks," Justice said at his Wednesday coronavirus media briefing.

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Official: Inmate at Virginia jail pepper sprays two guardsPORTSMOUTH, Va. — Authorities say an inmate at a Virginia jail pepper sprayed two guards after inmates in a lockdown unit flooded their cells and the man was removed from his cell to shower.

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PHOTOS: Passing comet is visible at ShenandoahComet NEOWISE is visible in the northern hemisphere, so WTOP's Space Guy Greg Redfern headed to Shenandoah National Park to get the best pictures.

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Creeping Out, Creeping Back InI first drafted this post talking about how lucky we were in our remote part of the country.

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This is how a NoVA fitness director has adapted to the global pandemicFrom leading Zoom workouts at home to reorganizing trainer schedules now that Virginia is in phase three, here's a look at Bonny Beebe of The Fitness Equation's experience.

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An inside look at Arlington County Library's QuaranzineThe online publication of writing and artwork serves as a representation of the world we are living in right now, through the creative eyes of local residents.

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10 places to go mini-golfing this summer in NoVALooking to get out of the house with the kids, but have some safe, socially distant fun?

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Empty exhibits and lonely artifacts: How COVID-19 impacted local museums"Museums like ours really need to be open to allow the artifacts and the collection to speak to the public in a very personal way," says Chris Browne, deputy director of the National Air and Space Museum.

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The annual Capital Home Show is officially canceled in NoVAAs the coronavirus continues to spread, the annual affair that typically brings thousands of home professionals and enthusiasts to one place is postponed until 2021.

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Metropolitan School of the Arts launches virtual dance campsGet those little legs moving with everything from mini camps to dance intensives this summer.

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Virginia law prohibits keeping dogs tethered outside in extreme weatherA new state law went into effect July 1, stating all dogs in Virginia must be given adequate shelter during extreme weather.

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Virginia to become first Southern state to join Regional Greenhouse Gas InitiativeGovernor Ralph Northam announced Wednesday that Virginia would become the first Southern state to join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.

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Housing Commission Gets Update on COVID-19's Impact on VirginiaHousing markets in Virginia are on the mend, but the road ahead is still unclear for renters struggling to recover from the economic devastation of COVID-19.

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Arlington County Names New Chief Race and Equity OfficerDeputy County Manager Samia Byrd has been promoted to the new position of Chief Race and Equity Officer, Arlington County announced today.

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School Reopening Efforts are Becoming Increasingly PoliticalSchool is out for summer. But what happens when classes start again this fall? Michael Pope has this preview of the coming political debate over the fall semester.

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Here's how you reading can help feed families in Southwest VirginiaThis summer may look a bit different, but that doesn't mean you should stop learning.

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Ripley man sentenced to 20 years in prison for death of wifeA Ripley man accused of killing his wife in Kanawha County and burying her body in Jackson County last year was sentenced 20 years in prison as part of a binding plea agreement.

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The Money Team awaits Herd That in Rd. 2 of the TBTThe Marshall alumni team takes the court Thursday afternoon.

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Construction Begins on New Fire Station in RestonConstruction on Station 25 in Reston has officially begun, according to the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department.

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Latest Virginia news, sports, business and entertainment at 3:20 p.m. EDTA national coalition of labor unions, along with racial and social justice organizations, will stage a mass walkout this month to protest against systemic racism.

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Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on July 8The U.S. has surpassed 3 million confirmed coronavirus diagnoses and the data shows that D.C., Maryland and Virginia aren't exempt from a concerning upward trend in the number of confirmed new cases.

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Wanted West Virginia man taken into Radford Police custodyThe wanted suspect involved in a domestic assault incident has been taken in to custody with the help of the U.S. Marshals Service.

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Gobbler Country's Talking Turkey Reviews Runningbacks and QuarterbacksIt's our first roster review Podcast. This time we cover the Runningbacks and Quarterbacks. There are quite a few new faces in the ball carrying position, but the QB roster is pretty much the same as 2019.

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Tesla Supercharging Station Opens in Reston StationReston officially has a new Tesla supercharging station. Comstock, the developer of Reston Station, announced the opening of the station today.

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Looking Back At 2020 So FarThe following was written by ARLnow staff photographer Jay Westcott, before he underwent successful hip surgery on Tuesday.

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Virginia Capital Trail's annual fundraising ride moves onlineAn annual fundraising bike ride is being moved online. The Virginia Capital Trail Foundation's Cap2Cap bike ride will take place virtually between Aug.

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Mercer County deals with Covid 19 spikeHealth Department sanitarian expresses frustration as positive cases rise, particularly among young people.

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As federal officials urge full return to school, Justice pushes back date for startAt almost the same moment federal officials were urging a full return to schools in the fall, West Virginia Jim Justice said the state isn't ready and pushed back the start date to Sept.

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Enjoy Beautiful Streams And A Waterfall In Saint Mary'ss WildernessIf you love hiking in Virginia, you'll cherish the opportunity to visit Saint Mary's Wilderness.

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Hard to know where next storms could hitIntense heat could spawn thunderstorms, some of them powerful, just about anywhere in West Virginia without much warning this week.

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Pandemic claims Bridge DayThe state's largest one-day festival at the New River Gorge Bridge in Fayette County, which draws approximately 100,000 people, won't happen for the first time since 2001 when the event was cancelled in the days following 9/11.

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Best Virginia Clear of COVID-19Best Virginia players that tested positive for COVID-19 have now received negative test results.

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Three Guys Before The GameIn retrospect, Beilein's last game could not have happened in a more fitting place. It was on that same glossy hardwood that WVU became media darlings just two years earlier.

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FCPD Arrest Data Show Evidence of Racial DisparitiesRecent arrest data released by the Fairfax County Police Department shows more evidence of disproportionate policing in the county.

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Arlington Drive-Thru Collection Site Reopens Amid Uptick in New CasesArlington's drive-through coronavirus testing site is back in business after a brief hiatus. The testing site, across from Washington-Liberty High School, closed around the end of June but reopened on Tuesday.

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Holistic history: What Virginia's top educator says needs to be changed in the classroomVirginia Education Secretary Atif Qarni, who agrees that certification is a good idea, said there is a larger issue at hand: the way history is taught and represented in the classroom.

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Virginia's Marijuana Decriminalization Bill Went Into Effect Yesterday-What Does That Mean and What's Next?As we previously wrote about, Virginia enacted a law decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana earlier this year.

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Virginia eliminates huge backlog of untested rape kitsVirginia Attorney General Mark Herring says the state has eliminated a backlog of thousands of untested rape kits.

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Arlington Pet of the Week: FrancoMeet Arlington's newest Pet of the Week, Franco, a rescue cat who enjoys sleeping and snacks.

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Bausch + Lomb Expanding, Creating 79 New Jobs In VirginiaGlobal eye health company Bausch + Lomb will invest more than $35 million to expand its manufacturing facility in Lynchburg, VA.

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Pet of the Week: PookieMeet Pookie, a black Domestic Short Hair that loves belly rubs.

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Kanawha-Charleston Health Department reports highest one day total of COVID-19 positives in countyThe line of cars for COVID-19 testing at the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department on Wednesday morning stretched for blocks as the health department reported the highest one-day number of positives since the start of the pandemic from data on Tuesday.

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Virginia eliminates backlog of over 2,600 rape kitsThe state of Virginia has eliminated its backlog of over 2,600 untested rape kits, the state's Attorney General Mark Herring announced Wednesday.

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Some food vendors for now-canceled State Fair still planning to spend summer weekends in FairleaThere will be no State Fair of West Virginia in Greenbrier County this year because of the coronavirus pandemic but, beginning Thursday, people will be able to still get a taste of it.

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DHHR: Confirmed COVID cases continue to increase; active cases top 900The state's daily positive test rate for COVID-19 has increased to more than five percent, it's highest mark since May 26.

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West Virginia man pleads guilty to defrauding FEMACHARLESTON, W.Va. — A West Virginia man pleaded guilty Wednesday to defrauding the Federal Emergency Management Agency of 2016 disaster relief funds.

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Suspicious Package Investigation Underway in Crystal CityUpdated at 11:15 a.m.) A road is closed in Crystal City due to a suspicious package investigation.

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Jefferson County Schools holding in-person graduation ceremonies in AugustAfter previously announcing a 2021 graduation date for the class of 2020, Jefferson County Schools will hold in-person ceremonies later this summer.

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Loudoun Co. monument will be returned to Confederate groupThe statue of a Confederate soldier, that has stood on the grounds of the Loudoun County Courthouse since 1908, will soon be returned to the statue's owners after a unanimous vote by the Board of Supervisors.

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Road to Recovery: Over 9,000 COVID-19 patients discharged from Virginia hospitalsNew state data gives the first glimpse at how many people are recovering from the virus in Virginia.

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Bidding on Delayed Downtown Herndon Redevelopment Set for the SummerFor months, the Town of Herndon and Comstock have remained silent on why the long-anticipated redevelopment of downtown Herndon has been delayed.

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Video, updates: Justice plans 12:30 p.m. coronavirus briefingState officials have directed members of the public to a landing page dedicated to information about coronavirus in West Virginia.

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Richmond removes Confederate Soldiers and Sailors statueRichmond's largest statue left standing is on state land — the massive monument to Confederate Gen.

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JUST IN: Large Gas Leak Near BallstonArlington County firefighters are on scene of a large, outdoor gas leak near Ballston. A 2-inch gas line was ruptured on the 500 block of N.

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City Council FormalVirginia Beach City Council Meeting - Formal Session, held July 7, 2020.

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Official: Inmate at Virginia jail pepper sprays two guardsPORTSMOUTH, Va. — An inmate at a Virginia jail pepper sprayed two guards after inmates in a lockdown unit flooded their cells and the man was removed from his cell to shower, the jail...

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Streaking the Lawn PodcastSTL back on the airwaves to lament the soon-to-be-canceled fall football season.

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7 Places to Help You Stick to Your Diet on VacationWith fresh seafood and abundant local agriculture in our backyards, and so many places putting these ingredients to good use, healthy food in Virginia Beach is as good for you as it is just plain good.

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Virginia Tech Hokies' Collin Verfurth signs with New Revolution in MLSThe defender has made the quick move up the US soccer ladder.

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City Council InformalVirginia Beach City Council Meeting - Informal Session, held July 7, 2020.

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Man Fighting for Life After Rollover Crash in BarcroftA man was left with life-threatening injuries after a serious rollover crash in the Barcroft neighborhood last night.

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Free legal advice for Northern Va. small businesses struggling due to COVID-19Many small businesses are facing an added layer of legal challenges and expenses during the coronavirus pandemic as they fight to stay open or reopen, and a new initiative in Northern Virginia is offering to help for free.

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Bobby Johnson 07-08Brian sits down with Bobby Johnson, the superintendent of Campbell County Schools. They discuss the latest framework for reopening schools in the fall: the transportation challenges, staggered schedules, and protective measures.

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Virginia sees 635 new coronavirus cases, now reporting 67,375 statewideThere are now 67,375 cases of the coronavirus in Virginia as of July 8.

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Virginia Dept. of Education is not approving school reopening plans, it's up to local school boardsThe instructional plan must be submitted to VDOE 15 business days before the division begins instruction for 2020-2021.

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Run, Bike, Run, BikeUsing the pandemic to get in shape? You still have time to register for the Run Bike Relay Race.

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UMW Plans Return to a Reimagined CampusThe Virginia Chamber of Commerce a non-partisan, business advocacy organization that works as the catalyst for positive change in all areas of economic development and competitiveness for the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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JMU is renaming halls that bear names of Confederate leadersHARRISONBURG, Va. — Virginia's James Madison University is renaming three buildings that bear the names of Confederate leaders.

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Wednesday Morning NotesFairfax NAACP Asks Governor to Stop Funding School Police - "Fairfax County NAACP and State Del."

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Virginia sees surge in new COVID-19 cases; Arlington eliminates library late feesNorthern Virginia's daily update on COVID-19 and how it's impacting the region.

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Virginia governor launches plan to drive investment in clean energyVirginia Gov. Ralph Northam announces an initiative that will offer educational tools and resources for clean energy companies moving to or expanding in the state.

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MetroNews This Morning 7-8-20Federal Prosecutors talk more about a Berkeley County woman's apparent plot to deliver U.S. defense secrets to Russia after her flight to Mexico with her daughter.

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New flyover ramp from I-66 East to Route 28 North opensA new flyover ramp off I-66 at the Route 28 interchange is open, taking eastbound drivers off the interstate, and placing them on 28 North, toward Dulles Airport.

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How Virginia Woolf Kept Her Brother Alive in LettersKamran Javadizadeh on a series of letters a young Virginia Woolf wrote to a friend, in which she pretended that her brother hadn't died; the letters show a young Woolf finding solace in writing and exploring the transformative potential of fantasy.

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July 8, 1909: Water Supply for Roanoke, VAJuly 8, 1908: Municipal Journal and Engineer article. Roanoke's Public Utilities. "Roanoke, VA, is what is known as a railroad town, being largely populated by employees of the Norfolk and Western Railroad, which has its general offices and shops located there."

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Just Reduced Properties in ArlingtonIncluded in the latest Just Reduced is 4 BD/3 BA brick home with hardwood floors, lower level bedroom and deck.

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Wine tour in Virginia the perfect historic getaway in days of COVID-19What was supposed to be a Yellowstone vacation joined the list of COVID-19 cancellations. But the Strange family turned a bitter lemon into some tasty lemonade.

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West Virginia Wide Receiver Changes NameThe Mountaineer receiver will have a new name on his jersey in 2020.

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West Virginia face-mask mandate gets approval from some in business communitySome members of the business community are applauding Gov. Jim Justice's executive order that requires people to wear face coverings while inside a public location when social distancing cannot be observed.

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AG Herring says Virginia's rape kit backlog has been eliminatedAttorney General Herring says Virginia's rape kit backlog has been eliminated in a news conference Wednesday morning, making it only the seventh state to do so.

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Virginia COVID-19 cases rise by 635 on Wednesday'Miraculous': New Jersey woman survives mile-long ride through drainage system amid flooding.

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Virginia parent knocks district's 'crazy' reopening policy: 'How long until our kids are able to learn? 'Fairfax County, Va. mom Amber Condry told "The Ingraham Angle" Tuesday that she was "very frustrated" with the local school district's reopening plan amid the.

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Virginia Beach review panel on police use of force incidents now under the microscopeWAVY News 10's Brett Hall reports.

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Virginia Beach parents rally to have students get back in the classroom full-time"When you are trying to be a full-time employee, a full-time mom, and a full-time teacher, it is just not easy for anyone."

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Fairmont State names interim provostStephens has served various leadership roles over two decades in higher education, including most recently as provost at Catawba College in North Carolina between 2009 and 2013.

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Pennsylvania man enters guilty plea after producing false documentsAccording to U.S. Attorney Bill Powell's office, Randall Joseph Smail, of Jeannette, Pennsylvania, defrauded Pendleton Community Bank of more than $552,000.

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Offseason workouts halted in three countiesMarion, Taylor and Wetzel counties have announced some shutdowns of practices.

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A Deep Discovery of One of the Founding FathersBase on Today's segment: "Mr. Smith Goes To...", a documented travel report by NBC News' Harry Smith.

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Virginia Gators swim program adds new team in CrozetOne of the top swim programs in the commonwealth is expanding its footprint, as the Virginia Gators have announced a new team forming to serve the Crozet / Waynesboro area.

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Petit Manseng and Pizza at Barrel Oak WineryContinuing our valiant effort to visit all of Virginia's wineries, last Sunday we braved the scorching heat and headed out to Barrel Oak Winery in Fauquier County.

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Pennsylvania man admits to defrauding West Virginia bankWHEELING, W.Va. — A Pennsylvania man has admitted to defrauding a West Virginia bank of more than $550,000.

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Latest Virginia news, sports, business and entertainment at 9:20 p.m. EDTWork crews in Richmond, Virginia, have lifted away an monument to Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart.

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BREAKING: Takis Karantonis Wins County Board Special Election in LandslideUpdated at 10:45 p.m.) Democrat Takis Karantonis will fill the late Erik Gutshall's former Arlington County Board seat.

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Gov. Northam urges Virginia school leaders to change school names, mascots with Confederate tiesVirginia's governor is making sure the movement to take down monuments and statues memorializing the Confederacy doesn't just stop there.

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Gun sales up in Virginia and the Shenandoah ValleyAcross the state, June was a record month for gun purchases, and that was the case for a Staunton gun shop who has seen an increase in sales all year.

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Virginia education officials update guidance on schools reopeningThe new suggestions were sent to superintendents and local school leaders, who have the ultimate responsibility, according to the Virginia Department of Education, for deciding the best plans for their individual districts.

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Virginia law prohibits keeping dogs tethered outside in extreme weatherA new law has gone into affect preventing dogs from being tethered outside in extreme weather.

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Virginia Tech Remains in the Mix for 2021 3-Star Texas DE Landyn WatsonThe Hokies have continued to recruit 2021 3-star Texas defensive end Landyn Watson.

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Update on reopening schools expected at state Board of Education meetingWest Virginia Superintendent of Schools Clayton Burch is expected to update the state Board of Education about the state's re-entry plan at Wednesday's board meeting.

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Norfolk City Council Public Hearing

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Several businesses in Northern Virginia remain closed during phase 3In Northern Virginia, while phase three is underway, hundreds of businesses remain closed for several reasons, including fears about a second wave of the coronavirus.

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Virginia Paves Way with Emergency Temporary Standards for the WorkplaceMany state governments and workers' rights groups have expressed concern at OSHA's failure to implement emergency temporary standards for employers to address worker safety issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Eight people with Parkersburg living facility test positive for coronavirusThe Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department announced Tuesday confirmed cases involving two employees and six residents of the Wyngate Senior Living Community.

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Virginia among college basketball's most intriguing teamsBefore the coronavirus pandemic put an end to the 2019-20 college basketball season, Virginia head coach Tony Bennett had his team firing on all cylinders.

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Virginia man charged with fraud for allegedly selling Chinese-made body armor to US military, fedsA Virginia defense contractor allegedly sold Chinese-made body armor to the American military and federal agencies under the guise that they were actually made in the U.S., Hong Kong and other countries, according to the Justice Department.

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More young people getting COVID-19 in Virginia BeachCity officials believe its because people are not social distancing or wearing face masks while indoors.

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Renaming schools with Confederate tiesThere's a strong call for schools throughout Virginia to get rid of confederate names and mascots.

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Virginia Tech Freshman Tight End Wilfried Pene Unable to Report to Camp Due to Coronavirus Travel RestrictionsPene, an incoming freshman tight end from the Class of 2020, is stuck in his native France and cannot travel to Blacksburg due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.

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Virginia Beach city council discusses how to improve community relationship with policeWAVY News 10's Brett Hall reports.

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Pennsylvania man admits to defrauding West Virginia bankWHEELING, W.Va. — A Pennsylvania man has admitted to defrauding a West Virginia bank of more than $550,000.

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Virginia law prohibits keeping dogs tethered outside in extreme weatherA new law has gone into affect preventing dogs from being tethered outside in extreme weather.

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Virginia woman pleads guilty to killing ex-boyfriend's puppy by hanging it from treeBy: Bob D'Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk Updated: July 7, 2020-9:19 PM.

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The Great Virginia Pipeline SwindleDemocrats took millions from Berkshire-aligned financiers and then set the stage to sell Dominion's natural gas assets to Warren Buffett.

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Health officials fielding mask violation complaints in central VirginiaThe Virginia Department of Health has fielded over 3,000 mask complaints in the state since the start of the statewide mask mandate.

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House Appropriations Bill Includes Funding for Second Virginia-Class SubmarineThe House Appropriations defense subcommittee today released its draft Fiscal Year 2021 defense funding bill that would buy nine Navy ships, including the second Virginia-class attack submarine that the House Armed Services Committee is fighting to include in next year's ship-buying plans.

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James State Scenic RiverGenerations have enjoyed the varied pleasures of Virginia's most famous river.

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Russell Fork Scenic RiverWhitewater lovers from around the flock to the Virginia-Kentucky border for this river.

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Historic Falls of the James Scenic RiverOne river in Virginia offers something no others can in the country.

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Virginia allows GOP candidates to be on ballot despite missed deadlineThe Board of Elections extension affects Republicans Bob Good and Nick Freitas, but could also lead to a third-party challenge by Rep.

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School board president says it's time to look inside Stonewall MiddleKanawha County BOE President Becky Jordon, who graduated from the high school, said Tuesday on MetroNews "Talkline" it's time to take the momentum generated by those in favor of the name change and move it inside the building.

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Nottoway Scenic RiverUnique and massive, one river is a special draw to two states.

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Attorney representing Charleston woman beat by police during arrest says they are 'thankful' for settlement but want policy changeThe attorney representing a Charleston woman arrested and beaten by city police officers in October 2019 says he and his client are mostly satisfied with the recent settlement with the City of Charleston.

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Morgantown and WVU grad Shea Campbell joins Div. II champsIn May, Campbell announced his intentions to compete for one more season. Campbell still had one semester of eligibility at the Division II or Division III levels because he was enrolled at WVU for nine semesters.

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Arlington Public Library Permanently Eliminates Late FeesWith everything else that's going on, Arlingtonians won't have to worry about racking up late fees at the Arlington Public Library.

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More than 100,000 Virginia entities get PPP loansThe US is about to reach 3 million covid cases. Here's what the days leading up to that grim milestone have looked like.

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Fund the PoliceSolving the riddle of police reform may start with increased pay and fewer officers.

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Former Virginia governor accuses state library agency of racismDouglas Wilder accuses the state's library agency of racism for its slow pace in processing and publicly presenting records from his tenure as the nation's first elected Black governor.

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House plants are beautiful decor and they're healthy for youWe spoke with Modern Foliage founder Nikki Norton about why investing in house plants is beneficial to both your home and your well-being.

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Hughes RiverCalled "one of the finest brook-trout rivers in the Shenandoah National Park" by FlyFisherman.com, the Hughes River flows southeast from Stony Man Mountain to join the Hazel River in Culpeper County.

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The Junkluggers franchise expands business with Remix Market in WarrentonThe new upcycling warehouse in Fauquier County is giving old furniture a brand-new life.

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NoVA's Goodwin House receives gold-level certification for LGBTQ elder careThe senior communities based in Alexandria and Falls Church were recently awarded for their welcoming atmospheres and commitment to inclusivity.

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Canceled West Virginia fair to let vendors sell foodThe State Fair of West Virginia may be canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but its tasty offerings will go on.

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COVID-19 and the 2020 CensusCredit: CDC. The count of Virginia's population this year during the Census is likely to be clouded because of the pandemic.

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GW's Brayden McCallister looking to stay sharp in summer baseballMcCallister is headed across town to the University of Charleston this fall.

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Rest area on I-66 in Virginia closed to truck parkingTruck parking at a rest area on I-66 in Virginia is closed for drainage work, even though passenger vehicles are still allowed access.

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Community Matters: How Are We Representing Arlington?How should we address monuments, streets, fight songs and buildings if they cause pain to some people but are a source of pride, tradition and patriotism for others?

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Peruvian Chicken with Tucker YoderPeruvian chicken with aji amarillo sauce by Tucker Yoder, excecutive chef at The Wool Factory.in Charlottesville.

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State Museum, Clay Center reopen after 4-month Covid-forced closings"We love to hear the sound of kids laughing and parents interacting with them and everyone just really having fun while their learning," Clay Center Vice President of Marketing and Sales Morgan Robinson told MetroNews Tuesday.

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ECMC Awards $264,000 in College Scholarships to 44 Students in VirginiaRICHMOND, Va., July 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - Educational Credit Management Corporation is proud to recognize 44 high school graduates from the class of 2020 who completed the ECMC Scholars Program.

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That Golden MomentSometimes a photogenic scene comes to you. In a way, that's what happened in this photo.

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Traffic increases on Virginia Capital Trail from social distancing, physical activityDue to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are turning to the outdoors and the Virginia Capital Trail to practice social distancing and engage in physical activity.

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State Fire Marshal's Office seeking information on June church fires in Mercer CountyIf anyone has any information about these fires, they are encouraged to call the W.Va.

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FCPS Superintendent Eyeing Delayed Return to School, Outside LearningSuperintendent Scott Brabrand said during a town hall last night that he plans to ask the Fairfax County School Board this week to delay the start of the school year to after Labor Day.

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More than 100,000 Virginia entities get PPP loansVirginia's businesses and nonprofits took in between $9.5 billion to $18.2 billion through the U.S. Treasury Department's Payroll Protection Program, new data released Monday shows.

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In first week of Phase Three, Virginia sees 10% uptick in COVID-19 hospitalizationsVirginia entered Phase Three of its reopening plan on July 1. A week later, the Commonwealth is experiencing an uptick in hospitalizations related to COVID-19.

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Health officials looking for days of improving numbers in response to mask mandateThe state Department of Health and Human Resources added 19 positive cases to its COVID-19 numbers Tuesday morning on the first day of Gov.

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Marshall board votes to remove name of Confederate general from buildingThe vote was unanimous for the building on the Huntington campus named after Albert Gallatin Jenkins, a general for the Confederate States of America, a slave owner from Cabell County and Marshall Academy graduate.

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EXCLUSIVE: ACPD Arrest Data Shows Race, Residency DisparitiesMost people arrested in Arlington are Black and most do not reside in Arlington. That's according to 2019 arrest data shared by the Arlington County Police Department, at the request of ARLnow and a local community group.

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New Housing Anti-discrimination Laws now in EffectHousing advocates in Virginia are celebrating landmark anti-discrimination laws that took effect last week. One prohibits landlords from turning away renters based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.

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Backyard Homes: Building a Second Home on Your PropertyAccessory Dwelling Units are now approved in Arlington and Backyard. Homes offers a range of models to choose from.

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