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  • Living Here: Nearby attractions

    Living Here: Nearby attractions
    From Civil War battlefields to the beach, many sites are within driving distance of Hampton Roads. Learn history while having fun in the sun.
  • Tredegar Brass Band to perform Civil War-era tunes in Gloucester

    Tredegar Brass Band to perform Civil War-era tunes in Gloucester
    The Tredegar Brass Band will perform Civil War-era original arrangements from the band books of the North and South in Gloucester on Saturday. The event will be in the Colonial Courthouse Circle from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and is free. The band will be joined...

    Susan G. Doud, interior designer

    Susan G. Doud, interior designer
    Susan G. Doud, an interior designer and longtime Cockeysville resident, died Saturday of liver cancer at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. She was 70. The former Susan Garson, who was the daughter of Richard J. Garson, a businessman, and Joan Jobst Garson,...

    Facts and figures for the Seven Days Battles in 1862

    Facts and figures for the Seven Days Battles in 1862
    Beaver Dam Creek (June 26, 1862) Commanders: Union Brig. Gen. Fitz John Porter; Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee Forces Engaged: Armies (Union - 15,631; Confederate - 16,356) Casualties (est.): 1,700 total (Union - 400; Confederate - 1,300) -Gaines'...

    Seven Days in seven hours: See where Robert E. Lee made his mark

    Seven Days in seven hours: See where Robert E. Lee made his mark
    RICHMOND, Va. - Strolling above Beaver Dam Creek, you hardly take note of the languid tributary water that drifts peacefully from the nearby Chickahominy River. Red cutgrass, trumpet weeds and a host of other herbaceous species grow freely on bordering...