Dan Casey knows a little bit about a lot of things but not a heck of a lot about most things. That doesn't keep him from writing about them, however. So keep him honest!
Doug and Patty Huffman never got the replacement deck they thought they had been promised in a local radio station promotion to grant "wishes." But a local church, and some others, have stepped in to offer help.
A controversial citizenship question may be off the 2020 Census, per the U.S. Supreme Court. But as a Deyerle couple learned Saturday, the hotly-debated question is still on the 2019 Census Test. The U.S. Census Bureau is using the test to determine how many door-to-door workers it will need to hire for the nationwide survey next year.
President Donald Trump on July 3 insisted in a tweet that a controversial citizenship question would remain on the U.S. Census. Eight days lat…
Twelve people died in a hail of gunfire in a Virginia Beach municipal building. Six weeks later, state Sen. Bill Stanley, R-Franklin, responds by proposing legislation about threats on social media. Huh?
As a freshman congressman in 1974, U.S. Rep. M. Caldwell Butler, R-Roanoke, rose above partisan hackdom to vote for articles of impeachment against then President Richard Nixon. One of these days soon, his political descendant, freshman U.S. Rep. Ben Cline, R-Rockbridge, may be faced with the same question.
Former U.S. Rep. M. Caldwell Butler, R-Roanoke, who represented Virginia’s Sixth Congressional District from November 1972 to January 1983, an…
What do beer, guns, a loyalty oath in a Republican primary and RoxAnne Christley have in common? Read on for the July reader mailbag.
A 5th Congressional District resident's email to Rep. Denver Riggleman on the situation at the U.S. southern border brought a response about protecting natural resources. But after review, things were not as they seemed.
We denizens of the Old Dominion are plagued with stress. So says one of those pop-culture surveys, which is based on the top health-related internet search terms from all 50 states. The good news is, we're not fixated on the color of our poop. And it could be worse -- poor Indiana!