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Black History Month: Maggie L Walker

Maggie L Walker

February is Black History Month in the United States, a time when we recognize the contributions and accomplishments of Black Americans over the course of our history as a nation. Black History Month was first recognized as a national observance…

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Flowering Trees in Virginia: A Guide for Spring

flowering trees in Virginia

Virginia in spring is a joy for gardeners and nature lovers of all stripes. The Old Dominion is home to a wide variety of flowering trees thanks to our moderate climate and excellent growing conditions. Many of the well-known flowering…

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The Fascinating History of Groundhog Day

groundhog day

It’s Groundhog Day. Yes, welcome to the holiday dedicated to the idea that a large rodent and its shadow can predict the future. The famed Punxsutawney Phil will either see his shadow or not see his shadow, determining the fate…

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Quick Guide to Prevent Pipes Freezing

Prevent Pipes Freezing

Winter arrived in Virginia with a vengeance this past weekend. Winter Storm Jonas dumped nearly unprecedented amounts of snow all over the Commonwealth. Temperatures dropped and businesses closed for two or three days running. While the temperature has risen quickly…

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