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Fishermen and business owners in one eastern Virginia community say they may lose access to the Chesapeake Bay. And, the town of Buchanan is divided over whether the town manager should be a full-time resident. Those have been among the most read stories over the past week on the Virginia Public Access Project's Va News link at vpap.org.

(AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)

Opponents of two natural gas pipelines in Virginia are vowing to continue fighting the projects, after the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granted its approval Friday evening.  

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

  A divided panel of federal regulators granted approvals Friday evening for the Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley natural gas pipelines, major East Coast projects.

Virginia’s beer industry is booming. Some brewers wonder, though, if the state is doing enough to nurture homegrown brewers and the local farmers who want to supply them the grain. 

Kids Construct High-Tech Haunted Fairground

Oct 13, 2017

Halloween is still weeks away, but some middle and high school kids from Charlottesville are ready.  They spent their summer designing a haunted fairground.  

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