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Crime & Courts

Brain injury a factor in crime spree?

Until the last couple years, she explained, she didn’t realize that a brain injury her now 29-year-old son suffered when he was a child might have been a factor in his alcohol and drug abuse and the crimes he committed. […]


It takes a village

One group that makes a huge difference is volunteer drivers. Many senior citizens, those with disabilities, and some veterans have no transportation for doctor’s appointments, trips to the VA, or other important rides. […]


Big bear fancies beer

Large bears certainly aren’t a rarity in Rappahannock County, but Washington residents couldn’t believe their eyes when a huge black bear showed up uninvited on their kitchen porch. […]


Nol Putnam: Metal Muse

Putnam could be mistaken for the superficial model-type, but his thoughts and opinions run deep, and his talent as a blacksmith even deeper. And his reputation in the world’s second-oldest trade reaches far beyond the Piedmont. […]

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