Gov. Glenn Youngkin, First Lady Suzanne Youngkin attend opioid overdose training
REVIVE! is Virginia’s Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Education (OONE) program, and provides training in the use of Narcan.
Forest Service promises its own environmental impact statement on Mountain Valley Pipeline
A Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement can be expected from the USFS before a final statement next summer on the MVP.
Beyond the bikes: Man on a mission to help unsheltered community
Randall Wolf’s love of cycling introduced him to the area’s unsheltered population, and through Bike Box of the Blue Ridge, he’s been able to help those who need it most with transportation to get them around town.
‘Homeless and hated’: LIFEworks Project offers hand, dignity to unsheltered population
The LIFEworks Project advocates for those who need assistance to live a better life, and among those they’ve worked to support are the homeless and those without transportation in Waynesboro, Staunton and Augusta County.
Lamar Jackson goes anti-gay, is mad about being called out on it: This is not OK
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson went full-out anti-gay in an angry post-loss tweet, then blasted an ESPN reporter who called him out on it, using the legal term “defamation of character” in his defense.
Harrisonburg: Wonderfest festival, parade make downtown worthy of a Hallmark movie
The community is invited to celebrate the magic of the holidays this Saturday, Dec. 3, with a full day of free festive fun for the entire family in Harrisonburg.
Charlottesville’s annual Grand Illumination and holiday concert Friday night
The City of Charlottesville and UVA Community Credit Union present Charlottesville's 25th annual Grand Illumination with holiday concert sponsored by Ting, this Friday, Dec. 2 from 5-8 p.m.
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Lula Da Silva’s presidential election win in Brazil is a victory for the world
On October 30th, Brazilians voted in a presidential runoff election that was won by Luiz ‘Lula’ Ignacio Da Silva.
America needs to wake up to the horrors of its hate: ‘I am because you are’
This year so far, there have been 601 mass shootings (a “mass shooting” defined as at least four people being shot or killed) “in nearly every corner of the nation.”