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  • Mcfadden, Bethel girls relay earn Group AAA state titles in track and field

    The Peninsula District has an individual state track champion and a relay winner. Daniel Mcfadden of Heritage won the 110 meter hurdles with a time of 14.0 and his teammate, Jamar Bateman, finished sixth in the event at Saturday's Virginia High School...
  • Beast of the East girls hoops showcase set for St. Frances

    Beast of the East girls hoops showcase set for St. Frances
    The Breezy Bishop Schowcase has a new name and a new location, but the girls basketball competition should be just as fierce in the Beast of the East Showcase scheduled for the second weekend in December at St. Frances and at the Carmelo Anthony Youth...
  • Former West Virginia coach Bill Stewart dies from apparent heart attack

    Former West Virginia head football coach Bill Stewart died Monday of an apparent heart attack, West Virginia University announced in a news release. He was playing in a West Virginia Hospitality and Tourism Association annual golf tournament with...
  • Living Here: Nearby attractions

    Many destinations are within easy driving distance of Hampton Roads. Pack a cooler, fill up the tank and hit the road. 1. Appomattox Court House, Appomattox The buildings and fields where Robert E. Lee surrendered his Confederate army are still a...
  • Book places: Abraham Lincoln Book Shop

    Book places: Abraham Lincoln Book Shop
    Amidst the busts and icons in the Abraham Lincoln Book Shop, there is a Norman Rockwell print of a hunky  Lincoln holding an ax in one hand and a book in the other. This romanticized Bunyanesque version of Illinois' iconic politician is a fitting image...
  • Potential Texas school books: Was Jefferson Davis that bad a guy?

     
    Producing the next generation of Reagan worshipers is one thing, but the Texas Board of Education may go a giant leap further: Social studies textbooks may cast Abraham Lincoln and Confederate President Jefferson Davis (a traitor to the republic who...
  • Evans out for season

    Evans out for season
    Virginia Tech lost all-conference tailback Darren Evans to a season-ending knee injury Tuesday, leaving the ACC's preseason favorite without an established runner to complement quarterback Tyrod Taylor. Evans, a sophomore from Indianapolis, tore the...
  • Two from PD reach state semis

    The dissipation of the Peninsula District's best wrestlers from the state's ranks continued in earnest at the Group AAA tournament at Oscar Smith High School on Friday. Of the 56 PD grapplers who entered the same gym last week for the Eastern Region...
  • Plan a fall foliage getaway

    There are several options for seeing more than 800 miles of reds, oranges and yellows during Virginia's annual show of fall foliage. The picturesque Blue Ridge Parkway follows the Appalachian Mountain chain for 469 miles, taking you past meadows, streams...
  • Gettysburg restored

    Gettysburg restored
    I grew up in Pennsylvania, near Valley Forge and Independence Hall, two of the most exalted places in American history. But it was always a little town to the west that stole the show - Gettysburg, where thousands fought to the death for the very soul...
  • Hokies' Williams is painfully ready to run Saturday against Alabama

    Hokies' Williams is painfully ready to run Saturday against Alabama
    As soon as Virginia Tech's Ryan Williams felt the pain in his left ankle Aug. 22, he put the brakes on and blazed a trail directly to trainer Mike Goforth. No need to be hard-headed about an injury and try to gut his way through it like he would have...