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Nichols revives plans for full-time school

With change in mandate by governor, Mecklenburg schools will seek waivers for in-person daily classes starting Aug. 10


Two others injured as vehicles collide head-on in Lunenburg County

Lakefest now set Sept. 18-19


Preparing for the new normal





Preparing for the new normal

Lions edge GW 16-14

GOOD GRAB - HCMS performer James Burden (88) claws for yardage against GW Wednesday. (David Conner II photo)
The HCMS Lions edged GW-Danville, 16-14, for their first win of the season Wednesday night. The Lions found themselves behind on GW’s first play from scrimmage when the Eagles connected on a 70 yd TD pass to lead 6-0.

Hall and Sewell and Verica, Oh My

The most frequent question asked as I have traveled around the state this summer, particularly when I’m home in Central Virginia has been, ‘So, who’s going to start at quarterback?’ There’s a huge curiosity factor in whether Vic Hall, Jameel Sewell or Marc Verica will get the nod from U.Va. coach Al Groh sometime over the next few days. All three have experience at the position albeit Hall’s consists from last year’s season finale at Virginia Tech on four days of practice, plus a sterling high school career at Gretna.

Game day gets bigger

The game day experience just got bigger for Wahoo fans this fall at Scott Stadium and other University of Virginia athletic venues. Part of a $2.4 million project that installed video boards at Klockner Stadium (soccer, lacrosse) and Davenport Field (baseball) is highlighted by a new jumbotron videoboard for football games at Scott beginning with the Sept. 5 season-opener against William & Mary.

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