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Appalachian Power ordered to refund about $5.8 million to customers

Roanoke Times Dispatch - News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 18:26:00 -0500

The Virginia commission that regulates public utilities announced Wednesday that it has ordered Appalachian Power to refund about $5.8 million to customers in the form of a credit on upcoming monthly

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Edmunds ruled out for the Virginia game: Report: Shane Beamer interviewed for Troy job

Roanoke Times - sports - Andy.Bitter@roanoke.com(Andy Bitter) - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 18:02:00 -0500

The optimism early this week surrounding running back Trey Edmunds' possible return is gone.

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Virginia AD: Coach London will be back in 2015

Richmond Times Dispatch - Sports - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:28:21 -0500

Mike London will return as Virginia's football coach next season.

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College Notebook: UVa's Parks hopes to fight through another injury

Roanoke Times - sports - Doug.Doughty@Roanoke.com(Doug Doughty) - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 16:19:00 -0500

Virginia running back Kevin Parks has missed one game over four seasons, and he apparently wants to keep it that way.

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Area Residents Join the Ranks of Virginia State Police

Martinsville Daily - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 22:17:26 +0000

SALEM – On Monday (Nov. 24, 2014) area residents reported to their newly-assigned duty posts to begin their careers as a Virginia State Police trooper. They are among the 50 troopers who graduated Friday (Nov. 21) from the Virginia State Police Academy in Richmond. The graduates’ final phase of training requires each new trooper to […:]

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SCC rejects Appalachian Power increases resulting in $5.8 million refund

Martinsville Daily - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 22:10:49 +0000

RICHMOND –: The State Corporation Commission (SCC) has completed a financial review of Appalachian Power Company that will result in a refund to customers of Virginia’s second largest provider of electric service. The SCC also rejected various proposals by the company that had the potential to raise rates for certain customers. The SCC directives come […:]

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Obama pardons 2 turkeys to Virginia farm

ABC 7 WJLA Politics - The Associated Press - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 16:47:50 EST

WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama has issued an executive action that some of his Republican opponents may be hard-pressed to disagree with -- sparing Thanksgiving turkeys from the dinner table.

In the spirit of the holiday, Obama on Wednesday took "action fully within my legal authority, the same kind of action taken by Democrats and Republican presidents before me," to pardon the National Thanksgiving Turkey, a 49-pound bird named Cheese. He also spared an alternate turkey, a 47-pounder named Mac. Both came from Cooper Farms in Oakwood, Ohio.

"If you're a turkey, and you're named after a side dish, your chances of escaping Thanksgiving dinner are pretty low," Obama said at the annual event, which drew international media coverage. He was accompanied by his daughters, Malia and Sasha, who declined his invitation to pet the birds. "No," Malia said.

The ceremony was moved indoors because of cold, wet weather that blanketed Washington.

"So these guys are well ahead of the curve. They really beat the odds," he said of Mac and Cheese.

Obama last week announced a series of highly anticipated executive actions immigration that have left Republicans crying "fowl."

Joking about his poultry action, Obama said: "I know some will call this amnesty. But don't worry. There's plenty of turkey to go around." Later Wednesday, Obama was taking the family to a neighborhood food pantry to donate a pair of turkeys "that didn't make the cut."

At the ceremony, Obama referenced news reports that questioned the wisdom of the turkey pardon tradition and said "it is a little puzzling that I do this every year." But Obama said he enjoys the tradition because "with all the tough stuff that swirls around in this office, it's nice once in a while just to say 'Happy Thanksgiving,' and this is a great excuse to do it.'

Presidents as far back as Abraham Lincoln spared turkeys, according to the White House. President George H.W. Bush granted the first turkey pardon in November 1989.

The pair of barrel-chested birds that Obama said he was sparing from a "terrible and delicious fate" will live the rest of their feathered days at Morven Park's Turkey Hill, a turkey farm in Leesburg, Virginia.

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Early snow mostly spares Central Virginia holiday traffic

The Daily Progress - news - bmckenzie@dailyprogress.com(Bryan McKenzie) - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 16:54:00 -0500

Fluffy white flakes fell across Central Virginia on Wednesday as a pre-holiday winter storm dropped several inches of snow in the Blue Ridge Mountains and slowed holiday traffic along the Interstate 8

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Dominion expresses concern over proposed EPA rules

Virginia NBC29 News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 16:25:00 EST

Virginia':s largest electric company has told federal regulators that proposed federal regulations to cut carbon emissions from power plants are unfair to the state.

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Health Care Providers Work to Offer Services for Transgender Patients

Albemarle NBC29 Local News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 16:08:00 EST

Health care providers in central Virginia are banding together to offer services for transgender patients.

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Obama 'puzzled' at annual turkey pardon

WDBJ 7 National News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 20:58:12 GMT

President Barack Obama pardoned the national Thanksgiving turkey with a smile on Wednesday, but he admitted before saving the bird from it's likely demise that he found the decades-old tradition somewhat "puzzling."

"It is a little puzzling that I do this every year, but I will say that I enjoy it because with all the tough stuff that swirls around in this office it's nice once in a while just to say, 'Happy Thanksgiving,'" he said.

And with a wink and a nod, the president also made joking reference to the controversy dogging his administration over his unilateral move to offer protection from deportation to some 5 million immigrants in the U.S. illegally.

"I am here to announce what I'm sure will be the most talked about executive action this month. Today I am taking an action that is fully within my legal authority," he said to laughter from the crowd, in reference not to the immigration move, but the turkey pardon.

Joined by his teenage daughters, Obama went on to pardon Cheese, the turkey chosen by Americans as this year's national Thanksgiving turkey via Twitter.

The nearly 50-pound snow-white turkey calmly accepted the president's pardon as flashbulbs burst and officials looked on.

Cheese and his alternate turkey, Mac, were both raised by National Turkey Federation Chairman Gary Cooper's son Cole, both of whom were in attendance at the ceremony Wednesday.

The two 20-week-old turkeys will enjoy a much more tranquil Thanksgiving than many of their fellow fowl, as they're headed to "Turkey Hill" the historic turkey farm at Morven Park, the Leesburg, Va., home of former Virginia Gov. Westmoreland Davis, according to the White House.

There, they'll be on display for visitors seeking a second-degree brush with the president.

Though the event is meant as an opportunity for the president to express a bit of Thanksgiving cheer, it's not without controversy. Earlier this month, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals called on Obama's daughters to encourage their father to end the "offensive turkey pardon" and go vegan for the holiday.

But the tradition, which the National Turkey Federation says has been around since President Harry Truman, went on. Obama will also volunteer with his family on Wednesday, another longstanding presidential Thanksgiving tradition.

Other elected officials got in the spirit of the holiday on Wednesday, tweeting out their favorite Thanksgiving recipes. House Speaker John Boehner revealed the details of his special "Boehner Brine," while Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi tweeted her family's chocolate mousse recipe.



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U.Va. announces Mike London will stay on as football coach next season

Daily Press Virginia Tech Sports News - The Daily Press - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 20:34:00 GMT

Virginia announced Wednesday afternoon that football coach Mike London will remain with the program in 2015.

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UVA Head Coach Mike London to Return for 2015 Season

WHSV - Sports - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 20:57:26 GMT

Mike London will return as head football coach at Virginia for the 2015 season University of Virginia Director of Athletics Craig Littlepage announced on Wednesday.

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U.Va. announces London will return for the 2015 season

Richmond Times Dispatch - Sports - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:50:00 -0500

Speculation that this might be Mike London's final season as the Virginia head coach was put to rest Wednesday afternoon, two days before the Cavaliers' rivalry game at Virginia Tech.

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NEXT AT 4: Snow, rain, ice fall across Central VA

NBC 12 News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:44:00 EST

Reports of ice, rain and even some snowflakes are coming in to the NBC12 Newsroom from viewers across Central Virginia.

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Mike London Will Coach UVa in 2015

Charlottesville NBC29 Sports - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:26:00 EST

The University of Virginia Athletics Department has announced Mike London will return as head football coach at UVa for the 2015 season.

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Downed tree knocks out power for Newport News customers Wednesday morning

Daily Press Business News - Andrea Castillo - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 20:01:00 GMT

More than 3,000 Dominion Virginia Power customers in Newport News lost power Wednesday morning, a company spokeswoman said.

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Mike London will return as Virginia football coach

The Daily Progress - Sports - cvilledailyprogress@gmail.com(Daily Progress Staff Reports) - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:06:00 -0500

Virginia football coach Mike London will return for the 2015 season Director of Athletics Craig Littlepage announced on Wednesday.

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U.Va. announces Mike London will return for the 2015 season

Richmond Times Dispatch - Sports - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:04:00 -0500

Speculation that this might be Mike London's final season as the Virginia head coach was put to rest Wednesday afternoon.

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Virginia announces that head coach football Mike London will be back in 2015

Roanoke Times - sports - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:08:00 -0500

The speculation in Charlottesville is over.

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Governor, Tribal Leaders Hold Annual Tribute Ceremony

Charlottesville NBC29 Local News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:05:00 EST

Virginia's Native American tribes and the governor's office renewed their peaceful friendship in Richmond Wednesday with the Tax Tribute Ceremony.

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Police: witness drove stolen car to court

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By LARRY CHAMBERS, Staff

INDEPENDENCE &mdash: While a Galax man was in court testifying in a murder case last week, police in Independence discovered that the car he drove to court was stolen from West Virginia.

Now, two Galax residents are facing charges.

Independence Police Chief James Wagoner said he was investigating a suspicious vehicle call at the Independence Post Office on Nov. 20 when he observed a man and woman walking in that area.



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Herring continues to pay off campaign debt

Fox 5 WTTG Virginia News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 14:25:00 EST

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring is still chipping away at campaign debt related to a recount last year after nearly a year in office

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UVA vows zero-tolerance policy on rapes

WDBJ 7 National News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 19:07:02 GMT

The University of Virginia has adopted a zero-tolerance policy for handling rape and sexual assault cases.

UVA's governing board held an emergency meeting Tuesday as the university scrambled to handle the aftermath of a Rolling Stone article that detailed a horrific gang rape of a student at a fraternity two years ago and that highlighted a trend of indifference toward victims.

Flawed policies were at the heart of the discussion at the special board meeting. However, the specifics of the new zero-tolerance policy will be worked out at a later meeting, university officials said.

A few weeks before the November 19 article hit the newsstands, the student-run WUVA interviewed the associate dean of students, Nicole Eramo, who guides women through their options when they report they've been assaulted.

In the interview, Eramo admitted that no student had been expelled for committing sexual assault, even when there was an admission, and even though offenses such as cheating regularly lead to expulsion.

"I feel if a person is willing to come forward in that setting and admit they violated the policy when there is absolutely no advantage to do so, then I feel that deserves some consideration, that they are willing to say I have done something wrong and I am willing to take my licks and deal with it," Eramo told reporter Catherine Valentine, explaining why no one had been expelled.

Eramo said there had been 38 reports of sexual assault last year.

"I do feel like that person admitting in that context it shows a recognition of what they have done is wrong, and a willingness to improve," Eramo said, when pressed on the subject, adding that a two-year suspension is still "quite a stiff penalty."

A two-year suspension, Eramo admitted, many times means that the victim and the accused remain on campus together.

"I think we are trying to balance the rights of the individual who is being accused as well as the rights of the complainant and sometimes that is very difficult," she said. "I think you would be surprised to see the number of survivors who I've worked with who don't even want to file a complaint, because they don't want to get the accused person in trouble."

Jackie, the woman central to the Rolling Stone article, released an open letter in support of Eramo to the student newspaper, The Cavalier Daily. Jackie and many other victims of assault at the school in Charlottesville said Eramo helped them tremendously as they dealt with what happened to them.

"How can we not do the same for her in her darkest moment?" asked the letter from her supporters.

"Dean Eramo has truly saved my life. If it were not for her, I do not know if I could be alive today," Jackie wrote.

Another victim who spoke to CNN, Lyra Bartell, said that Eramo has "the hardest job at UVA" and said the problems highlighted by Rolling Stone are more about the policy than about a person.

Bartell, who graduated in May, came back to the university after reading the Rolling Stone article. She has collected more than 200 photographs of people writing messages of support to victims of sexual assault at UVA.

In the meantime, the University of Virginia has suspended all fraternities until after the winter break, and President Teresa Sullivan has called on the Charlottesville Police Department to investigate Jackie's allegations and has pleaded for witnesses to come forward with information.

The university also announced Tuesday that the state attorney general has asked the law firm O'Melveny & Myers to do an investigation of how the school responds to reports of sexual violence, especially in cases where alleged victims choose not to go to the police.

It's been a rough year for the prestigious university.

Students who talked to CNN said there was already a lot of sadness following the killing of first-year student Hannah Graham.

The Rolling Stone article gave them even more to reflect on. Many students said sexual assault is a problem colleges across the country are dealing with, not just the University of Virginia.

They said that once the initial shock of the piece dissolved, conversations between friends shifted from sadness to a feeling that Greek life and campus culture at the school were unfairly singled out.



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Editorial: The Many Ills of Higher Education

Falls Church News-Press Online - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 18:49:28 +0000

State Sen. Richard Saslaw’s highly charged outrage expressed before the Falls Church City Council over the heinous rape and cover up allegations at the University of Virginia this Monday was both refreshing and appropriate. His determination to meet the problem not with words alone, but with a commitment to powerful […:]

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I-66 closings planned as VDOT installs monitoring, messaging equipment

Leesburg Today Online - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 12:00:00 -0500

Late-night drivers will face half-hour delays over the next few months as the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) installs congestion-monitoring equipment and electronic-messaging signs along

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Health care lawsuit at Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women settled

The Daily Progress - news - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 13:38:00 -0500

RICHMOND — A federal lawsuit alleging deficient medical serves at a Virginia women's prison has been settled.

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Micro and farm breweries poised to boom in Loudoun

Loudon Times News - -

"I believe by the end of next year Loudoun will be the beer capital of Virginia." – Jim Corcoran, owner of Corcoran Brewing and Leesburg Beer Co.

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Va. women's prison health care lawsuit settled

Fox 5 WTTG Virginia News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 13:33:00 EST

A federal lawsuit alleging deficient medical serves at a Virginia women':s prison has been settled.

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Orange County man dies in custody in Culpeper

The Daily Progress - news - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 13:17:00 -0500

CULPEPER — Virginia State Police is investigating the death of an Orange County man who died Tuesday morning while in custody of Culpeper County authorities.

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Appalachian Power must refund $5.8 million to Va. customers, SCC says

NewsAdvance.com News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 13:22:00 -0500

State regulators have directed Appalachian Power to refund $5.8 million to Virginia customers.

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What's at stake in this year's U.Va.-Tech game?

Richmond Times Dispatch - Sports - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 12:26:00 -0500

BLACKSBURG – Frank Beamer doesn’t get very introspective during the football season. The Virginia Tech coach prefers to wait until the year is in the books before reflecting.

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Saslaw Lashes Out at U.Va. ‘Culture Of Rape & Cover Up,’ Vows to End It

Falls Church News-Press Online - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:47:42 +0000

“I can’t remember when I’ve been angrier as an adult” reading the Rolling Stone magazine account of systemic sexual assault and official cover up at the University of Virginia, Virginia State Sen. Richard Saslaw said at a City Council meeting in Falls Church Monday night. He had extremely critical words […:]

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Va. agency tells APCo to refund $5.8m to customers

Fox 5 WTTG Virginia News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 12:45:00 EST

State regulators have directed Appalachian Power to refund more than $5 million to Virginia customers.

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Virginians Face Snowy, Slippery Roads in the Valley

Charlottesville NBC29 Local News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 12:34:00 EST

Winter weather is making for a messy Thanksgiving getaway day, especially in the Shenandoah Valley, which has already accumulated a couple inches of snow.

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State troopers injured in I-64 crash near Jefferson Avenue

Daily Press Tidewater Crime News - Sarah J. Pawlowski - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:05:00 GMT

Two Virginia State Police troppers were injured in a three-vehicle accident on I-64 in Newport News Wednesday morning, a state police spokeswoman said. 

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VDOT working to keep roads clear during region's first snowstorn

The Daily Progress - news - cvilledailyprogress@gmail.com(Daily Progress Staff Reports) - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 11:49:00 -0500

The Virginia Department of Transportation has crews out in force to help alleviate hazardous road conditions caused by the first snowstorm of the year.

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State troopers involved in I-64 crash near Jefferson Avenue

Daily Press Business News - Sarah J. Pawlowski - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:05:00 GMT

Virginia State Police are on scene of a two-vehicle accident involving a police car on I-64 in Newport News near Jefferson Avenue.

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Dominion hints at its favored power line routes

Alexandria Times - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:00:40 +0000

By Erich Wagner (File photo) Representatives with Dominion Virginia Power broke their silence about which routes they are most closely considering for a proposed 230-kilovolt transmission line from Arlington County through Alexandria. Since announcing the proposal, which would run a […:]

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Winter storms knock out power to some AEP customers

TriCities.com - news - arobinson@bristolnews.com(Allie Robinson) - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 11:14:00 -0500

A few hundred people are without power now in Southwest Virginia.

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Columbia Gas of Virginia Adjust Natural Gas Costs

Augusta County NBC29 Local News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 11:19:00 EST

Columbia Gas of Virginia is reducing the cost a typical residential consumer pays by approximately 5 percent.

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VA Coalition Creates Advance Directives Website

Albemarle NBC29 Local News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 11:15:00 EST

A new website launched by a Virginia coalition allows people to create advance directives for health care.

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Autopsy shows Virginia woman was strangled

Virginia NBC29 News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 11:05:00 EST

Patrick County':s sheriff says a preliminary autopsy shows a Stuart woman died of asphyxia by strangulation.

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A day to not give thanks

The Central Virginian News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:59:05 +0000

 :  : Thanksgiving is all about being grateful for what we have.  Not so much what we’ve gotten for ourselves, but what’s been provided for us by others.  Like the Virginia colonists who shared a table with the Native Americans at the first Thanksgiving (yeah, even John Kennedy had to admit that one during his

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A Love Fest at F.C. Council Meeting Hails Career of Retiring Rep. Moran

Falls Church News-Press Online - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:44:46 +0000

U.S. Rep. James P. Moran, who has represented the 8th District of Virginia that includes the City of Falls Church since 1991 and will vacate his seat at the end of this year, made a final appearance before the Falls Church City Council Monday night, where he was honored with […:]

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NOVA to offer local, early morning classes in spring

INSIDENOVA.COM - Manassas - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 10:11:00 -0500

During the spring semester that begins Jan. 12, the Manassas campus of Northern Virginia Community College is offering two options to make getting a college education easier: NOVA Next Door and Sunris

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Rain transitions to snow from west to east throughout the day

ABC 7 WJLA News - - Tue, 25 Nov 2014 18:58:29 EST

We expect the rain to change to snow farther south and east in the close-in suburbs and the District during the midday and afternoon hours, possibly bringing up to an inch, mainly to grassy surfaces.

Meanwhile, our suburbs east of I-95 will have the mildest conditions and will, therefore, see rain for much of the event before briefly ending as a period of wet snow with little to no accumulation expected. Regardless, there will be messy travel conditions throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast so travelers should use extreme caution and pack plenty of patience.

Behind the storm, cold air will settle in for Thanksgiving with highs only in the lower 40s. A weather disturbance sliding through Virginia will keep considerable cloud cover around Thanksgiving with the chance of a few rain/snow showers... but nothing serious. Friday will bring more sunshine but continued cold weather for shoppers with highs only near 40

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Patrick Henry standouts commit to UVa., JMU

Herald Progress Hanover News - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:09:43 +0000

Quietly, Patrick Henry athletics have been graduating student-athletes into major college sports. This past week, softball shortstop Paige Mitchell signed to play her college ball at James Madison, joined by baseball standout Chesdin Harrington, who signed with the University of Virginia.

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Board of Education holding public meetings on history Standards of Learning

The Daily Progress - news - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 08:44:00 -0500

RICHMOND — The Virginia Board of Education will conduct public hearings on revisions to the history and social science Standards of Learning at five historic sites across the state.

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Catoctin Creek Distilling: No Price Hike Here

Leesburg Today Online - - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 08:30:00 -0500

Liquor prices will be going up around Virginia as a result of an ABC board effort to rise about $15 million over the next 19 months to address a state revenue shortfall. However, fans of Loudoun-made

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