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Daily PressThe end is in sight for Fort Monroe and 21 other installations; implementation will begin in 2007. The clock began ticking for Fort Monroe and 21 other military installations scheduled to be closed when the Base Realignment and Closure Commission's...
757-223-5682Television and radio host Tavis Smiley will take part in one of the Jamestown 2007 commemoration's main events, organizers said Monday. He will bring his annual State of the Black Union symposium to Virginia on Feb. 9-10, 2007, as part of the 400th...
Susan Harrell Bennett, now a retired Suffolk school teacher, knew little about the inequities between black schools and white while growing up in the all-black Pleasant Hill neighborhood of Nansemond County, just south of the Suffolk city line. That...
Times Staff WriterThe Civil War epic "Cold Mountain" opens with a stunning vision of hell. It's 1864, Petersburg, Virginia, and Union soldiers have tunneled into the ground to lay explosives beneath Confederate lines. When the charges ignite, it's as if the very Earth were...
Results are listed in alphabetical order. Times listed indicate when runners crossed the finish line, not their elapsed time. The timing chip is not activated until the runners reach the starting line. Some hometowns were not available. Information...
State finals At Redbird Arena, Illinois State University, Normal Fri., Nov. 9 Augusta Southeastern d. St. Joseph-Ogden 15-4, 15-6 Breese Mater Dei d. Huntley 15-5, 17-15 Quincy Notre Dame d. Byron 15-13, 15-9 Mt. Pulaski d. Benton 15-8, 15-6 Sat., Nov. 10...
Daily PressRep. Norman Sisisky, who represented Virginias fourth district for nearly 20 years, died at his home this morning. He was 73. Sisisky had undergone surgery for lung cancer recently. At the time, statements from his office said the surgery was a...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel staff writerThe dirt road leading up from the Appomattox River is empty and silent this late summer afternoon but, for the few dozen of us on the porch of the Clover Hill Tavern, the terrible echoes of America's Civil War still hang in the air. We are listening to...
Tribune staff reporterCome see the Civil War as Robert E. Lee saw it. Ken Burns' public television series on the conflict, the movie "Gettysburg" and the historical novels of Michael and Jeff Shaara have generated a new birth of fascination with the Civil War in recent years....
State finals At EastSide Centre, East Peoria Fri., June 6 Braidwood Reed-Custer 8, Dakota 1 Stanford Olympia 1, Casey-Westfield 0 Piasa Southwestern 2, Norris City-Omaha-Enfield 1 Beardstown 2, Rock Island Alleman 1 Sat., June 7 Stanford Olympia 12,...
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