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Health & Medicine
2:03 pm
Wed July 24, 2013

W&L's Campus Kitchen Feeds Minds and Bellys

Credit photo by Beverly Amsler

A hunger relief program at Washington & Lee University has garnered the attention of Governor McDonnell for contributing to the life and welfare of low-income rural residents in Rockbridge County.  Volunteers at the Campus Kitchen Project put the saying “Waste not, want not” to good use.

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Writers & Readers
5:01 pm
Tue July 23, 2013

Castle Hill

Castle Hill

Summer vacation might mean a trip to the beach or the mountains, a few days at Disney World or a whirlwind tour of Europe, but two people who live near Charlottesville had another idea.  They invited the public to spend four days visiting with their neighbors.  

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Government & Politics
4:09 pm
Tue July 23, 2013

Virginia Adopts: Campaign for 1000

Several national publications rank Virginia within the top five for raising a child or providing a decent education but when it comes to finding an orphaned child a permanent home before they turn 18, the organization Voices for Virginia's Children ranks the Commonwealth 49th.

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Government & Politics
5:56 pm
Mon July 22, 2013

Where Were they Born to Run?

Accusations are flying in Virginia’s gubernatorial contest about whether someone born outside of the Commonwealth is well suited to serve. Upon flipping through some records, our Capitol Hill reporter found that Virginians aren’t really wedded to the idea of being represented by native sons - or daughters.

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Government & Politics
2:48 pm
Mon July 22, 2013

First Debate for Candidates for Governor

Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe are close in the latest polls. But the two major party candidates for Virginia Governor are far apart on almost all the issues. 

In their first debate, sponsored by the Virginia Bar Association, the two men set the tone for what is likely to be a tough, hard campaign. 

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