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  • Castleton Festival keeps growing

    Castleton Festival keeps growing
    The most atmospheric way to experience the Castleton Festival, which opens Saturday, is to travel down to Virginia's Rappahannock County and catch opera productions or orchestra concerts on the spacious, idyllic estate of celebrated conductor Lorin...
  • High School Year in Review: Top 5s

    TOP FIVE MOMENTS PHOEBUS THREEPEATS The Phantoms became the first team to win three state championships in a row since Hampton reeled off four straight from 1995-98. Phoebus dusted Stone Bridge, its old nemesis, 36-17 in the final for its VHSL record...
  • Engagement notice: Porter-Reid

    Engagement notice: Porter-Reid
    Amy Porter and Timothy Reid   Linda and Jim Porter, of Herdon, Va., announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Lenore Porter, to Timothy Warren Reid, son of Donna and Dick Reid, of Towson. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Oakton High School, in...
  • Teel Time: As July basketball recruiting begins, U.Va., Hokies court DeMatha stars

    James Robinson and Jerami Grant are basketball teammates at DeMatha High and for Team Takeover. Could their partnership continue in 2012 at the University of Virginia? That is among the myriad questions surrounding U.Va. and Virginia Tech as the annual...
  • Teel Time: Greenberg changes Hokies' scheduling approach for the better

    Teel Time: Greenberg changes Hokies' scheduling approach for the better
    Seth Greenberg has changed Virginia Tech basketball’s scheduling philosophy for the better. Preparing for his ninth season as the Hokies’ coach, Greenberg has constructed an ambitious non-conference road for Tech in 2011-12 that includes at...
  • Laurel author wins award

    First-time author wins award Amy Bonaccorso, of Laurel, author of "How to Get to 'I Do' – A Dating Guide for Catholic Women," won a 2011 Catholic Press Association Award in the first-time author category. Drawing on her 10 years on the Christian...
  • Local stars proud of making VHSCA All-Star baseball team

    The four Bay Rivers District players who played for the East in its 7-5 win over the West in the Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star baseball game at War Memorial Stadium on Wednesday are team guys. Between them, their three schools have...
  • Girls lacrosse team from Harford places third

    Girls lacrosse team from Harford places third
    In lieu of barbecuing or a trip to the beach this Fourth of July, a team of Harford County girls traveled to Vail, Colorado, to compete in the annual Vail Shootout Lacrosse Tournament from June 30 to July 3. The team, sponsored by the Baltimore-based Cole...
  • Awards: County residents honored

    Lauren Groft, of Ellicott City, is a recipient of the Fulton Financial Coporation 2011 Scholarship Award. She will attend theUniversity of Maryland. The following individuals have been named by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation as the 1st Annual Howard...
  • Bethel's Aaron Bacote commits to play basketball at ODU

    Bethel's Aaron Bacote commits to play basketball at ODU
    Aaron Bacote, Bethel High's athletic wing and exceptional student, committed to Old Dominion, continuing the Monarchs' recent pipeline of Peninsula District talent. Bacote, a 6-foot-5, 180-pound rising senior, chose ODU over Hampton, George Mason,...
  • Woodside's Alecia Bell commits to Delaware

    Alecia Bell was in no hurry to get it done. But when the time is right, you pounce. Bell, an All-Peninsula District forward from Woodside, committed to the University of Delaware on Wednesday. She plans to sign with the Blue Hens, who won 20 games last...