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Hilton Garden Inn Richmond South/Southpark
Next to the Southpark Mall and within 3 miles of Fort Lee and Virginia State University, this hotel in Colonial Heights offers comfortable guestrooms with free high-speed internet access.
Thu May 23, 2013
The Pocahontas Times ~ Marlinton West...
Angel's Perch to premiere at FestivALL
When "Angel's Perch" producers J.T. Arbogast and Kim Dilts were faced with the decision as to where to premiere the Cass-based film, the choice was easy - West Virginia.
Wed May 22, 2013
Train station improvement moving forward in Chesterfield
It sits back off the road and some Chesterfield leaders say it's an underutilized gem in their community; the Amtrak station that sits along South Street in Ettrick.
Tue May 21, 2013
Portsmouth Daily Times
Walks end Notre Dame's season in district finals
Instead, the No. 1 Wildcats made most of their damage on free passes off Notre Dame pitching in a Division IV Southeast District Championship at VA Memorial Stadium.
Thu May 16, 2013
Charleston Daily Mail
W.Va. State names new presidents chief of staff
INSTITUTE, W.Va. - West Virginia State University has named Ashley Schumaker as the president's chief of staff and special assistant.
Program to expand at NCI
The engineering/technology program began this year, and 29 students currently are enrolled in the academy, Dr.
Sat May 11, 2013
W.Va. State holds commencement
Samantha Rizzo shows off her diploma to people in the balcony during Saturday's graduation ceremony at West Virginia State University.
Fri May 10, 2013
St. Paul Lutheran could merge with Trinity Evangelical
After more than 120 years in the community, an East End church will likely close its doors soon, a church official said.
Thu May 09, 2013
Rock Hill Herald
Northwesterns Tindall tries for third straight high jump state title Saturday
For Northwestern track and field athlete Julisa Tindall, winning her third straight Class AAAA high jump state championship this Saturday at Spring Valley High School won’t be a charm; it’s expected.
You say tomato, she says learning
While most people use tomatoes for food, Barbara Liedl is using them to teach students about teamwork, patience and the importance of hands-on learning.
West Virginia Metro
Sound the alarm
The Kanawha Valley is preparing for the worst. The Kanawha/Putnam Emergency Planning Commission is using nearly $1 million in grant money to purchase 20 more state-of-the-art outdoor mod sirens to warn residents when danger is headed their way.
Va. colleges raise tuition despite governor's request
Just one day after learning she'd been accepted into the University of Virginia, James River High School senior Madison Ruddy is also learning that her family will pay $12,458 for her first year of education.
Wed May 08, 2013
Parents react to VSU's anti-hazing plan
The parents of a Virginia State University student who drowned in the Appomattox River last month are criticizing the university's plan to stop hazing.
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State workshop to offer tips on growing mushrooms
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Tue May 07, 2013
Halifax Co. Farmer Tries Growing Unique Crop
With the help of the Virginia State University affiliated Cooperative Extension, farmer James Brown is trying to grow chickpeas at his farm in Clover.
Virginia State University Creates Anti-Hazing Initiatives
Virginia State University has announced new anti-hazing initiatives that the university president says he hopes "will lead the effort to deter this abhorrent practice." Virginia State University President Keith T. Miller says hazing is not just a problem for college campuses, but is a societal problem.
Mon May 06, 2013
Student fights hazing charge
The president of the Virginia State University's Student Government Association is fighting to have a guilty plea in a hazing case thrown out after he says the commonwealth's attorney pressured him.
Fri May 03, 2013
Hampton Roads Daily Press
Victim's family: Hazing must end
Dionne Williams, right, pauses while speaking about her son Jauwan M. Holmes Thursday evening.
Thu May 02, 2013
Candidates discuss changing Virginia hazing laws
One of the men police say is connected to the apparent drowning of two Virginia State University students during an apparent hazing ritual will go on trial in June.
Major General James A. Hoyer, Adjutant General of West Virginia will address the 2013 graduating class of Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College Saturday, May 4. Commencement exercises will begin at 10 a.m. at the Coalfield Jamboree Theater in downtown Logan.