April is the time to remember Thomas Jefferson, and the Center for Free Expression that is named for him does that on his birthday by awarding its annual Muzzles.
Charges against Ralph Leon Jackson of Stuart’s Draft will be upgraded to include first-degree murder
“Vigor” is a term that comes up a lot in discussions of Virginia winemaking. It has to do with how energetically vines grow, based on the kind of soil they’re in and how much sun they get. It’s not always a good thing for a plant to be vigorous—at least as far as the quality […]
Local winery owners Claude and Genevieve Delfosse avoided a foreclosure auction of their 318-acre Nelson County property yesterday with a Chapter 11 filing
Following Friday night’s performance by STREB, I walked to the edge of the stage where the eight dancers were perched and one by one squeezed their calves and biceps. With one fellow, I took a hold of his instep to admire his beautifully curved arch. In very real terms, I was trying to see what […]
Fourteen states have legalized marijuana, and there’s reason to think that someday soon Virginia may join them.
Albemarle Circuit Court Judge Thomas H. Wood ruled, in hearing today’s preliminary motion, that there was no termination agreement between Kluge’s company and the listing agent, Frank Hardy
The two-day auction will include hundreds of works of "outstanding" Georgian furniture, decorative objects and paintings, valued at more than $13.5 million.
No matter how many LED lights it donates to light the UVA Lawn at Christmas, Dominion Power, a $15 billion company, remains a huge factor in the coal industry
Caressa Cameron is not the only comely Virginia product to win a prize in recent weeks, though it’s fair to say that the new Miss America
Some friendships are too beautiful for words. Fortunately, in the hands of Patti Smith, the 22-year bond between her and Robert Mapplethorpe is not one of them. But Just Kids is more than a memoir of a relationship that started as a romance and later, when Mapplethorpe realized he was gay, endured as a […]
The official vote will come at next Tuesday night’s meeting. We predict five thumbs up.
Forklifts are handling huge cubes of stacked cartons, industrial pumps stretch across the cement floor, a semi-tractor trailer idles off the side of the building,
Farmer says the location on his 541-acre farm "could not be reached by automobile."
The VA State Police will hold a press conference at 5. Morgan Harrington’s parents are on the scene.
Second verse, same as the first? Minor retained his White Hall property when it was auctioned on the courthouse steps earlier this month. Will he do it again on February 18?
Amidst her downsizing project, Kluge reflects on 10 years in the wine industry: "My gut was pointing me in the right direction."
We’re up to our armpits in trash.
Imprisoned for the brutal double murder of his girlfriend’s parents in 1985, the former Jefferson scholar could be relocated, thanks to a last-minute effort by former Gov. Tim Kaine.
The tragedy that has so far has left 50,000 dead also claimed Stephanie Jean-Charles.
Virginia Fizz could be the name of a comic book superhero—a corkscrew-curled, bespectacled librarian by day and electrifying crime fighter by night.