On Jan. 15, 1940, the Richmond Times-Dispatch ran a quarter-page photo of a professionally dressed, bespectacled man signing some seemingly unceremonious clerical papers. Such a ... Read more
8 hours ago by Guest Columnist.
We have been inundated with data about the Coronavirus since March. The news media has covered the issue relentlessly for more than five months, giving ... Read more
3 days ago by Frank Ruff.
Area school officials are making the right decision by moving to online classes for the fall. As sad as it is to think there will ... Read more
4 days ago by Roger Watson.
As Virginia continues to reopen we need to make sure our children are cared for safely. Earlier this week I sent a letter to Speaker ... Read more
2 weeks ago by Denver Riggleman.
In recent months, our nation has struggled with its responses to two diseases, COVID-19 and racism. One stems from a viral threat, and the other ... Read more
4 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.
Business is not the only thing that has changed this year because of the COVID-19 issues. In mid-March, Gov. Ralph Northam made the decision to ... Read more
4 weeks ago by Frank Ruff.
As we have witnessed, wearing facial coverings during this time of pandemic has done wonders for our communities. Area residents have, for the most part, ... Read more
4 weeks ago by Alexa Massey.
My recent trip to Centra Medical Group to address some non-COVID-19 symptoms I’ve been experiencing lately ended up being a fascinating experience. First of all, ... Read more
3 months ago by Titus Mohler.
If I’m not working, sleeping, cooking or dancing, chances are I’m watching videos on YouTube. The video-sharing platform is home to millions of unique content ... Read more
3 months ago by Alexa Massey.
As we begin to see a glimmer of light at the end of the dark tunnel of this pandemic, I’m beginning to wonder what life ... Read more