We’ve known for some time that our kids need broadband for their school work but COVID-19 brought it home in a spectacular way. If ever there was a time to address this, it’s now when outside funding is available.
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The long-awaited opening of the post office in the Town of Washington is expected to take place sometime before this upcoming holiday season following yet another delay, an official with the United States Postal Service said.
I’m so enjoying our summer visit to Sperryville, and I just want to make one gentle suggestion about the “Respect Rappahannock Welcome” signs. They’re so long. Perhaps just “up yours!” would be more efficient and equally threatening.
May 20, 1998: Students save a life in Roanoke. Three students from George Washington Carver-Piedmont Technical Education Center saved a stranger’s life Saturday, April 25, at the Civic Center in Roanoke, where the students had been participating in skills competition.