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  • Interstate 81 Exits in Virginia

    Interstate 81 Exits in Virginia
    INTERSTATE 81 EXITS IN VIRGINIA - Exit 0mm -  Virginia/Tennessee state line, Welcome Center northbound, full handicap facilities, info, phone, vending, picnic tables, trash cans, pet area, No Trucks Allowed            - Exit 1 - US 58/421, Bristol.     ...
  • This week's football scores (updated through Friday night)

    THURSDAY'S SCORES Phoebus 44, Menchville 3 Norfolk Academy 32, Covenant School 8 FRIDAY'S SCORES (From VirginiaPreps.com) Primarily public schools: Abingdon 49 Carroll County 28 Altavista 28 Chatham 21 Amherst County 44 Rustburg 20 Battlefield 21...
  • This weekend's scores (updated through Friday night)

    (from VirginiaPreps.com): Thursday Hampton 41 Warwick 0 Nandua 40 Arcadia 0 Phoebus 43 Denbigh 6 York 28 New Kent 0 Friday Mostly public: Abingdon 26 Lebanon 0 Altavista 49 Nelson County 6 Amelia County 42 Bluestone 29 Battlefield 45 Freedom...
  • Town Point wine competition winners announced

    Town Point wine competition winners announced
    The 2011 Viognier produced by Annefield Vineyards was named Best in Show at the Town Point Virginia Wine Competition held last week in Norfolk. Located in Charlotte County about 110 miles southwest of Charlottesville, Annefield Vineyards is owned by...
  • Bruce Springsteen paid tribute to The Big Man in Charlottesville| guest review

    Bruce Springsteen paid tribute to The Big Man in Charlottesville| guest review
    Bruce Springsteen and company performed in Charlottsville on Tuesday, and Springsteen didn't miss the opportunity to pay tribute to Virginia native Clarence Clemons. Daily Press reporter and resident Boss-ophile Mike Holzclaw traveled to Hooville and...
  • A real-life adventurer

    A real-life adventurer
    Listening to novelist and political commentator Mark Helprin recount his life is a bit like listening to Forrest Gump — an eloquent, New York-born Forrest Gump. Helprin is hardly slow-witted, but like the titular hero of the Oscar-winning 1994...
  • This weekend's high school scores

     THURSDAY Warwick 35, Heritage 14 Lafayette 25, York 20 Bethel 32, Menchville 7 Arcadia 36, Northampton 0 FRIDAY (From VirginiaPreps.com): Mostly publicAmelia County 26 Cumberland 14 Amherst County 17 E.C. Glass 0 Atlee 51 Armstrong 24 Bassett 51...
  • Rice's fossil pit remembered in Hampton lecture

     Rice's fossil pit remembered in Hampton lecture
    — The first time Jane Rice ventured down into her in-laws' borrow pit off Harris Creek Road she was a recent bride who had little inkling about the extraordinary environment she was about to enter. Stepped terraces descended dozens of feet into...
  • Relay Foods introduces online grocery shopping service to Williamsburg

    Relay Foods introduces online grocery shopping service to Williamsburg
    Relay Foods, an online grocery store, launched its services in Williamsburg last month, says founder Zach Buckner. Varying slightly from an online produce company like Backyard Produce or a meat truck service like Zaycon Foods, Relay Foods offers a...
  • Wednesday's college roundup: W&M's Balouris gains All-America track status; VCU's Porter barely misses

    Track and field: Elaina Balouris earned the third All-America award of her William and Mary career Wednesday night at the NCAA championships in Eugene, Ore. The junior took 10th place in the 10,000-meter run in 34 minutes, 13.53 seconds -- seven...
  • U.Va., Virginia Tech and William & Mary are all headed to the NCAA baseball tournament

    U.Va., Virginia Tech and William & Mary are all headed to the NCAA baseball tournament
    By the time Virginia Tech coach Pete Hughes and his team were done in Durham, N.C., this past weekend at the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, he was starting to think nearly every person that asked him a question about his program lacked originality....
  • Virginia's critical 73-68 win against No. 3 Duke sets off wild scene in John Paul Jones Arena

    In the surging sea of blue-and-orange clad humanity that swarmed onto the John Paul Jones Arena floor after Virginia’s 73-68 win against No. 3 Duke, U.Va.’s players lived out the kind of frenzied postgame celebration that had previously only...