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At the time of Friday’s rampage that crossed several counties and resulted in the deaths of five people, Shaw apparently was living a double life.
Self-driving cars soon will be cruising along more than 70 miles of Northern Virginia highways that include some of the country’s most congested roads as part of an automated vehicle testing initiative.
It’s a safe bet a Henrico County businessman facing cigarette trafficking-related charges regrets a taunting note he left federal investigators in a safe deposit box in April.
A gubernatorial task force is looking not only at the way the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control enforces state alcohol laws, but also whether the 81-year-old agency needs to leave community policing to someone else.
While some brands have only gotten the ball rolling with competing models in the last half dozen years, and others have already come and gone, the M-Class is now well into its third generation.
Shockoe Bottom will get a new bakery at the end of the summer, thanks to local pastry chef Morgan Botwinick.
Julep's New Southern Cuisine will open in its new location at 420 E. Grace St. on Saturday at 5 p.m., according to owner Amy Ayers.
Southsiders won't have to wait much longer to get a taste of Short Pump's beloved Tazza Kitchen - the restaurant at 1244 Alverser Plaza across from Chesterfield Towne Center will open in mid-July, on the 13th or 14th.
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