Tuesday Mar 4
Island of Integration
The mid-1960s saw the end of a long and important era in the racial history of the armed forces in America.
Battle begins on defense spending; plan to curtail army to pre-WWII size
The Obama administration wants to build a 21st century military, but it may have to go to war with Congress to get its plan approved.
Celebrate George Washington's birthday in N.J.
Several access lanes of the George Washington Bridge were closed in September by what some claim was political retribution by the administration of Gov. Chris Christie against the mayor of Fort Lee.
COMMENTARY: Washington used restraint, humility
In the 19th century, the 22nd of February was nearly as celebrated and important a national holiday as the Fourth of July.
Cox's aide is valued partner
CAPITAL NEWS SERVICE House Majority Leader Kirk Cox, R-Colonial Heights, left, is shown with legislative aide and chief of staff William J. Flanagan.
Area native is top NCO at Fort Lee
A Dinwiddie native who has served in the Army for three decades and travelled all over the world during his enlistment has returned to Fort Lee to serve as the new Command Sergeant Major for the United States Army Combined Arms Support Command.