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  • Weekend snow ... or not

     
    UPDATE: A Winter Storm Watch is up for central and southern Virginia, with 5 inches of snow or more possible for Charlottesville. Three to 8 inches are possible across the watch area, including the Virginia Eastern Shore. Farther north, in Maryland,......
  • Charlottesville, Virginia

    Charlottesville, Virginia
    Go here: Charlottesville is the town Thomas Jefferson built. Perhaps not literally, but his influence is everywhere, from his founding and design of the University of Virginia to Monticello, his historic home and burial site just outside the city. Tours...
  • House passes extension for visas

    Emergency legislation allowing foreign workers to return to jobs at crab-picking houses on Maryland's Eastern Shore cleared its last major hurdle yesterday as the House of Representatives easily approved the measure, which supporters slipped into an...
  • The refined beauty of Charlottesville

    The Eden of the United States. That's what Thomas Jefferson called Charlottesville, Va., the charming city three hours south of Baltimore at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. To Jefferson, not even Paris could compete with the bucolic beauty...
  • History lessons in Lynchburg area

    Adrive around Virginia's Lynchburg area links history from Thomas Jefferson's era to the end of the Civil War to June 6, 1944. Lynchburg, which traces its beginnings to a ferry established by John Lynch in 1757, is the site of Poplar Forest, an octagonal...
  • Special places for you and your special someone

    Cupid may be working overtime this Valentine's Day, but planning a romantic getaway with your sweetie can be relatively stress-free. Just in time for love's most famous day, we've scouted several romantic destinations -- all less than three hours from...
  • Getting there is half the fun for UCLA football

    A loud thump — followed by an even louder curse — echoes from somewhere inside a cavernous semi trailer parked near the UCLA practice field. It is Monday morning, five days before the football season opener in Virginia, and the student...
  • ACC releases 2014-15 men's basketball schedule

    The ACC released its 2014-15 men's basketball schedule Wednesday afternoon. The fun will get started in Raleigh. Wake Forest will travel to N.C. State for a 7:30 p.m. tip on Dec. 6 the same day as the ACC Championship game in football. The league will...
  • New 'dual-eligible' Medicare, Medicaid program gaining ground

    New 'dual-eligible' Medicare, Medicaid program gaining ground
    More than 38,000 "dual-eligibles" in Virginia — people who qualify for both Medicaid and Medicare — have signed up for Virginia's pilot program, Commonwealth Coordinated Care, since its launch in March, according to the Department of Medical...
  • Fedoras share tips on food-beer pairings in new cookbook

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Husband and wife team Brooke and Luther Fedora show how beer adds complexity to a dish and why selecting the right brew can elevate any meal in their debut cookbook, "The Foodie's Beer Book." The culinary couple has been creating...
  • Ex-Virginia teacher indicted in attack on legislator's wife

    (Reuters) - A former Virginia high school teacher who police say attacked the wife of a state legislator was indicted by a grand jury on Monday on three felony charges of entering a house armed, abduction and malicious wounding, according to court...
  • Older runners can see how they run -- and then fix it

    Older runners can see how they run -- and then fix it
    I've missed qualifying for the Boston Marathon 24 times. Twenty-four. Two-oh-plus-four. I'm pushing 50, and Boston is my great white whale. I've come frustratingly close to beating the qualifying standard several times over the years but have always...