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On Saturday, June 1, from 1 to 4 p.m., Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast will present a special program, BFF, for ALL girls in Grade 5 -- non-Girl Scouts included -- at Warwick High School in Newport News. Guest speaker is Ariane Aramburo, host of the...
RICHMOND — Mayor Dwight Jones stood inside the new Washington Redskins Training Center on Monday and said the center was "on schedule" for its anticipated June 30 completion date. Located on 17 acres next to the Science Museum of Virginia and the...
Richmond Times-DispatchOne company embraces time off from work. Another is steeped in the belief that if people love their jobs they will do their jobs better. Companies in the Richmond area that create sterling workplaces will be recognized at a ceremony Wednesday evening at...
Richmond Times-DispatchThe number on the scale the afternoon of Feb. 27, 2012, brought home the cold reality that I had avoided for so long: 495 pounds. Five more pounds and I would weigh exactly 500 pounds -- or, more starkly, a quarter ton. I immediately began inwardly...
The Virginian-PilotWhat's the value of a major joint replacement? Is it $61,720? That's what Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital in Newport News billed, on average. Is it $32,944? That's what Sentara Leigh Hospital in Norfolk charged. Is it somewhere between $11,...
For most women, the risk of developing breast cancer over a lifetime is 12 percent. For women who carry the BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation, that risk multiplies to close to 87 percent. In choosing a prophylactic bilateral mastectomy, Hollywood star Angelina...
Richmond Times-DispatchThe price tag for the Washington Redskins training camp and attached park area has pushed about $800,000 past the original $10 million appropriation from Richmond, prompting questions from City Council members over whether the Richmond Economic...
Richmond Times-DispatchMore than 40 people lobbied the City Council on Monday to find more money for Richmond Public Schools, two nights before the council is scheduled to approve the city appropriation to the school budget. "People would look at this city and say it operates...
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Richmond Times-DispatchEconomists agree that higher education and skilled job training are the best way to achieve greater career security and higher pay over time. Just consider that in April, the national unemployment rate for people without a high school diploma stood at...
Richmond Times-DispatchThe Richmond Heart Ball raised more than $685,000 to fund research and education at Virginia Commonwealth University, the University of Virginia, McGuire Veterans Administration Medical Center and Virginia Tech. Over the past 21 years of the American...
On Wednesday, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services landed a bombshell on the public with its release of FY 2011 numbers that revealed how much 3,000 hospitals around the country charged Medicare for the 100 most common in-patient procedures....
Richmond Times-DispatchAbout 300 businesspeople from the Richmond area started their Friday morning with these magic words from a representative of the Washington Redskins: "There are opportunities for everyone here," said Scott Shepherd, vice president of sales, marketing...
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