By July, you will be able to Workout Anytime in Marion.
Winston-Salem police found a dead man Sunday in the stretch of Peters Creek that runs underneath the 100 block of South Hawthorne Road, authorities said Monday.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC) and the YMCA on Monday announced the expansion of Learn to Swim, a water-safety program that will be available at eight YMCA locations across the state.
Josie Ann Lindsay, 74, died 40 minutes after being struck during what police are calling a gang shootout in front of her house.
UNCG's Webster and Andrew Moritz are named to the All-Southern Conference first team, while Ben Spitznagel and Cesar Trejo are second-teamers.
The 1600-block of O'Henry Boulevard is often the site of car wrecks, but neighbors felt blessed after a tractor trailer crashed into a vacant house.
The Washington Redskins held their annual charity golf tournament on Monday, but there was a notable omission in the lineup – quarterback Kirk Cousins.
The biggest relief for Lexi Thompson on Sunday in Williamsburg was not so much that she won the Kingsmill Championship, but that she won without anyone watching from home emailing or phoning in to tattle on her.
There aren’t many things more important than exposure for an FCS league. Awareness helps recruiting, and overall support. TV is a key piece, and CAA Football is looking for a partner, or partners, this season and beyond.
Brian Burns expands on a story he began in 2011’s “Lewis Ginter: Richmond’s Gilded Age Icon” in a new title, “Gilded Age Richmond: Gaiety, Greed and Lost Cause Mania” (160 pages, The History Press, $21.99). A former resident of North Richmond’s Bellevue neighborhood, Burns now lives in Silver Spring, Md.
As the sun dipped below the horizon and streetlights lit up the quiet Sunday nighttime along North Lombardy Street in the Fan District earlier this month, patrons of Flora, a Mexican restaurant, nibbled on chicharrones (fried pork skins) and tamales in banana leaves and sipped velvety smooth drinks from colorful vessels. As they did, members of Classical Revolution RVA got to work.
When I’m in a baking mood I often set out to make one thing, and end up making something completely different. It’s never a straight line of thinking, but rather a crooked pathway that zigzags and often strays wildly off course for one reason or another.
If you are among the small cohort of Americans who want to know what is really going on — rather than simply wanting more ammunition to support your preferred political team — then you have a problem: It’s hard to know who is telling the truth.
North Carolina received a two-year, $31 million federal grant toward opioid prevention, treatment and recovery initiatives, the governor’s office said.