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Feb 26, 2013
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McDonnells’ fate in hands of jury
The corruption case that could send former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife to federal prison were put in the hands of jurors Tuesday.
Brooks: Let them eat lunch
King George Supervisor Cedell Brooks Jr. said he plans to put $500 into a fund for elementary students who don’t have money for lunches and don’t qualify for free lunch.
Safe crossings goal of city trail work
Work at the Lafayette Boulevard and Blue & Gray Parkway intersection is a sign that the Virginia Central Railway Trail is close to opening.
Traffic to shift at North Stafford commuter lot
The Virginia Department of Transportation said commuters might want to leave a little earlier Monday because the new section has a different layout.
Hot weather doesn't detour these youngsters
PHOTO: Evening football practice continued despite the heat with plenty of water breaks for youngsters of a youth football team.
K. G. planners to review drilling ordinances
The current ordinance allows for exploratory drilling only, so the supervisors directed planners to recommend any changes necessary, should a company apply for a special-exception permit to drill for natural gas or oil.
Want to take the ice bucket challenge?
For any size donation for ALS, you can participate in the Dixon Pool Ice Bucket Challenge at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Culpeper bypass budget news positive
If a two-lane roadbed is used, estimates are that the western outer loop could be built with the $15.2 million available.
EATS: Get sweet on Eileen's
THEATER REVIEW: Discover the heart of 'R&J'
Boarding school students discover a banned book of "Romeo and Juliet" in this bold theater production.
CALENDAR: Feb. 21-28
KIDSTUFF: Feb. 21-28
ART EXHIBITS: Feb. 21-28
YOUNG LIFE: Set sail for a pirate party
Movie Reviews: "Quartet," "Beautiful Creatures," "Safe Haven," "A Good Day To Die Hard," "Escape From Planet Earth"
THEATER REVIEW: The big sound of Fats Waller
The heart of Harlem is right at Riverside.