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  • Virginia Crusaders on mission for third Mason-Dixon title as season starts Saturday | Community news

    The Virginia Crusaders open their 2014 season at home Saturday night with one objective in mind — a three-peat. The Peninsula-based powerhouse has steamrolled to the last two Mason-Dixon Football League titles. And barring a calamity, head coach...
  • Yorktown native to lead mystery conference

    Yorktown native to lead mystery conference
    Award-winning mystery and science fiction author Donna Andrews, whose titles "Murder with Peacocks" and "Revenge of the Wrought Iron Flamingos" are set in her native Yorktown, has been named toastmaster of the 2014 Deadly Ink Mystery Conference. The...
  • We expect better

    Virginia enjoys a well-earned reputation as a good-government state, but its image has taken some hits of late. January brought the indictment of former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife for accepting gifts and loans from a campaign donor. And now, the...
  • Kathy Van Mullekom: Beneficial bumblebees pollinate many plants, including native spiderwort; but beware the not-so-nice perilla

    Kathy Van Mullekom: Beneficial bumblebees pollinate many plants, including native spiderwort; but beware the not-so-nice perilla
    Today, for the monthly introduction to an insect, native plant and invasive plant, you meet the nice native plant spiderwort and the not-so-nice perilla. You'll also meet the beneficial bumblebee. Information on these species comes courtesy of Helen...
  • Newport News businessman receives SBA honor

    Newport News businessman receives SBA honor
    The U.S. Small Business Administration Richmond District Office recognized Devon Henry, the President and CEO of Team Henry Enterprises LLC as the Small Business Person of the Year, according to a recent news release. The SBA Richmond Office held...
  • City Center could lead foreign investment push

    City Center could lead foreign investment push
    Stuffed away in two, black 2-inch binders, Kathy Owens thumbs through hundreds of papers, each chapter pegged with a colorful tab. "This is a lot of work," Owens said while shuffling through the contents of one binder in her Virginia Beach office. "This...
  • Sunday's 7/6 local schedule (updated Sunday AM)

    BASEBALL International League: Norfolk at Durham, 5:05 Eastern League: Reading at Richmond, 1:35 Southern Virginia Adult Baseball League: Peninsula Pirates vs. Newport News Cardinals (at Kiln Creek Park), 4 Deltaville Deltas vs. Hampton Roads Hurricanes...
  • Saturday's 7/5 local schedule (updated Friday PM)

    BASEBALL Coastal Plain League: Petersburg vs. Peninsula Pilots (at War Memorial Stadium), 7:05 International League: Norfolk at Charlotte, 7:05 Eastern League: Reading at Richmond, 6:05 Southern Virginia Adult Baseball League: Hampton Roads Hurricanes vs....
  • Civil rights icon Henry Marsh to retire from Virginia Senate

    State Sen. Henry Marsh, D-Richmond, is retiring from the legislature. In a letter to Gov. Terry McAuliffe today, Marsh said he intended to retire as of July 3. His letter did not say why he was retiring, but did note that he was "looking forward to...
  • Virginia mental health advocate Mary Ann Bergeron retiring after 25 years

    Virginia mental health advocate Mary Ann Bergeron retiring after 25 years
    The 2007 Virginia Tech shootings and "the November tragedy," the death of state Sen. Creigh Deeds' son in November 2013, marked the low points in her 25 years working in Virginia's mental health system. Both resulted in needed legislative changes and...
  • Del. Morrissey denies sex with 17 year old

    RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia legislator Joseph Morrissey on Tuesday vehemently denied allegations that he had sex with a 17-year-old receptionist at his law office, even as a fellow lawmaker urged him to resign from the General Assembly. On Monday,...
  • ACC All Access: Former Virginia Tech forward Marshall Wood transfers to Richmond

    After spending two seasons at Virginia Tech, Marshall Wood has found a new home at Richmond to continue his college basketball career. Wood, a 6-foot-8, 230-pound forward from Rustburg, has transferred to Richmond, according to the school's official...