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New Elkton business fueled by Valley man’s passion for collecting

ELKTON, Va. (WHSV) - Michael Melnyk says he has long had a passion for collecting vintage items, and last month he and his sister turned that passion into a downtown Elkton storefront. Steam Hollow Trading Post is located at 306 W Spotswood Trail, home to a former antique store. Melnyk...
ELKTON, VA
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Dogs on the run: A glimpse at Staunton's leash laws

STAUNTON — Have you ever been walking your dog in downtown Staunton, or just enjoying a summer evening in your yard, when an unleashed dog approaches? You aren't alone. Since the beginning of summer, at least seven residents have posted to the Staunton VA Facebook group about unleashed dog encounters. Several of the posts are about dogs attacking animals, and even people.
STAUNTON, VA
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HPD reschedules Cookout with a Cop event

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) - The Harrisonburg Police Department has announced the Cookout with a Cop event for Wednesday evening at Ralph Sampson Park has been canceled due to the impending chance of storms and bad weather. HPD wants to make sure it is a safe and fun event for all....
HARRISONBURG, VA
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20-Yard Dash: Staunton

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) - This fall, a staple of the Staunton football program is making his head coaching debut for the Storm. Michael Bell Jr. was a standout player for formerly named Robert E. Lee High School before competing for Concord University. After his playing career, Bell returned to the Valley where he spent the past 12 years leading the JV football team in Staunton.
STAUNTON, VA
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Mayor calls on community to help Open Doors; Council considers transportation changes

Mayor Deanna Reed on Tuesday expressed concerns for Open Doors, the local low-barrier homeless shelter. The organization has shifted its shelter from several locations in recent years, from churches to JMU at the start of the pandemic to the former Red Front grocery store building, then back to JMU this summer. But come Aug. 15, Open Doors will once again be in the market for space to run the shelter.
HARRISONBURG, VA
Augusta Free Press

Augusta County man shot in Charlottesville: Police seeking info on shooting

Charlottesville Police responded to the 400th block of 5th Street S.W. for a report of shots fired on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Officers located several shell casings in the area. Shortly thereafter, police were notified that a victim of the shooting was at the UVA Emergency Room. The victim is a 32-year-old male Augusta County resident who suffered a single gunshot wound to the leg.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA
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Repression, terror, fear: The government wants to silence the opposition

“Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in fear.” — President Harry S. Truman.
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Twenty-six Virginia health centers to receive $1.7 million in federal funding

The American Rescue Plan will provide $1,768,500 in federal funding for health centers across Virginia. Sens. Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine announced Tuesday that the funding will enable health centers to advance health equity through better data collection and reporting, as well as support data modernization efforts to better identify and respond to patient and community needs through improved data quality.
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Survivors of 'Unite the Right' riot still suffer harm from attacks

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Aug. 12, 2017 is a day Charlottesville communities would love to put behind them after the riot that began as the "Unite the Right" rally. After the rally was declared unlawful and law enforcement officials tried to stop people from gathering in downtown Charlottesville, white supremacists and counter-protesters clashed, causing damage, injuries, and even deaths.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA
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Bridgewater Town Council approves pharmacy and townhome projects

BRIDGEWATER, Va. (WHSV) - Bridgewater’s Town Council had the chance to hear from residents Tuesday night. The council held two public hearings before beginning its regularly scheduled meeting. The public hearings were for the sale of land that would turn a portion of the former Sergio’s pizza property into a Rite Aid.
BRIDGEWATER, VA
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Kam Butler highlights added depth on UVA defensive line

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS) -- Tony Elliott breathed a sigh of relief at the first practice of fall camp seeing a full roster take the field for Virginia, especially at defensive line after the addition of four grad transfers. "They came here with an intent, they know that their time...
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA
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