Things to do and help others too


Things to do and help others too
  1. Things to do and help others too
    bullrunnow.com
    Calendar of charity events that raise funds or other type donations for many worthy causes in the community. Most events in Woodbridge-Manassas-Gainesville-Nokesville areas of Prince William…
    Virginia (VA)

Saturday, Sept. 23 • 16th Annual Heritage Charity Classic 5K/2K Cancer Walk/Run/Bike, 8 a.m. Starting point is lawn of Heritage Hunt Golf and Country Club.  T-shirts, food and beverages included in $25 entry fee.  Proceeds go to Novant UVA Cancer Center at Lake Manassas. Registration forms, with additional information, at Front Desk of HHG&CC. Info: Bill Harrison at 703-743-1644.

• Mary McDonald, acclaimed composer, arranger, pianist & organist in concert at 7 p.m. to benefit Farthest Corners Missionary Project & Kalay International Education Center in Burma. Greenwich Presbyterian Church, 15305 Vint Hill Road, Nokesville.

Saturday, Oct. 21 Osbourn High School Alumni catered buffet dinner/raffle to fund scholarships for deserving Osbourn & Osbourn Park seniors. 6-9 p.m. Prince William County Fairgrounds. All proceeds of the dinner go to the Chapter’s scholarship fund.  $100 donation admits two. Top prize $1…

  1. Untested Housing Policy in Alexandria

    Alexandriagazette.com - Alexandria
    While top-level city plans assert that public housing dispersal through redevelopment generates social benefits for lower-income people, the supporting hard evidence is spotty. In keeping with a nationwide policy trend, “the City and the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority (ARHA) have long endorsed [poverty] deconcentration.” This has entailed both “scattering public housing throughout the City” and redeveloping “mixed-income housing” in place of public housing. That’s acco…
  2. A Home for The Providence in Alexandria

    Alexandriagazette.com - Alexandria
    Photo by Jeanne Theismann Former Secretary of the Navy and Virginia Sen. John Warner, center, looks over information on the tall ship Providence with owner Thorpe Leeson and Tall Ship Providence Foundation board member Scott Shaw at a Sept. 11 gathering of business leaders at 100 King St. to announce the ship’s planned a…
  3. Man convicted in '75 slayings pleads guilty to sex assaults

    Nbc12.com-VA
    09.22 / 02:38 www.nbc12.com
    A convicted sex offender who was sentenced last week to 48 years in the 1975 killings of two young Maryland sisters has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting two other girls in northern Virginia in…
  4. NBC12, CW Richmond victims raise $2,900 to help hurricane victims

    Nbc12.com-VA
    09.22 / 02:38 www.nbc12.com
    NBC12 and CW Richmond viewers raised $2,900 to help people impacted by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and…
  5. Garrett, now in Sudan, helps family of refugees reach Virginia

    Dailyprogress.com-VA
    09.22 / 02:38 www.dailyprogress.com
    A family of seven Sudanese refugees arrived at Dulles International Airport on Wednesday with assistance from U.S. Rep. Tom…
  6. Neighbors back crosswalk at Cale Elementary

    Dailyprogress.com-VA
    09.22 / 02:38 www.dailyprogress.com
    “Cale is an asset for our community, it’s just separated from the community by this 45 mile-an-hour commuter rou…
  7. CT: Tom Tom forum to host leaders in Virginia biotech, machine learning

    Dailyprogress.com-VA
    09.22 / 02:38 www.dailyprogress.com
    “The more data you feed a good machine learning model, the better it gets over t…
  8. Woman sentenced for part in Greene pizza shop robbery

    Dailyprogress.com-VA
    09.22 / 02:38 www.dailyprogress.com
    Chelsea Elizabeth Scott’s charge of being an accessory after the fact relates to an armed robbery conspiracy committed across Albemarle and Greene counties in the summer of 2…
  9. Lawsuit against Albemarle officer likely to move forward

    Dailyprogress.com-VA
    09.22 / 02:38 www.dailyprogress.com
    The judge said he would have to review the facts before ruling on the motion. The case is currently set for a jury trial beginning Oct.…
  10. Potato cannon competition canceled, indefinitely

    Newsleader.com - Staunton
    09.22 / 01:54 newsleader.com
    There will be no make up date for the area's first potato cannon…
  11. School Leaders in Staunton, Waynesboro Discuss Impact of Poverty on Students

    Nbc29.com-VA
    09.22 / 01:39 www.nbc29.com
    NBC29 is finding Bessie Weller Elementary School in Staunton as well as two others in Waynesboro deal with the highest poverty rates in the two…
  12. Orange County Treasurer's Office to Offer Lifetime Dog Licenses

    Nbc29.com-VA
    09.22 / 01:39 www.nbc29.com
    The Orange County Board of Supervisors, in coordination with the Treasurer, approved the issuance of Lifetime Dog…
  13. Dozens of cars broken into, guns stolen

    Wvec.com-VA
    09.22 / 01:39 www.wvec.com
    The Dare Community Crime Line is offering a special reward for information about a spree of car…
  14. Woman charged in trooper shooting faces charges in Va., Carolinas

    Nbc12.com-VA
    09.22 / 01:39 www.nbc12.com
    The woman charged with attempted capital murder in a shooting that injured a Virginia State Police trooper is wanted on more charges out of North and South…
  15. As tens of thousands of children's health insurance hangs in the balance, Virginia waits for answers from Congress

    Martinsvillebulletin.com - Martinsville
    09.22 / 01:00 martinsvillebulletin.com
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe touted the state’s success in boosting health coverage for thousands of poor children Thursday morning from a sunlit corner of the Children's Hospital of Richmond at V…
  16. Danville woman pleads guilty to indecent liberties with minor

    Martinsvillebulletin.com - Martinsville
    09.22 / 01:00 martinsvillebulletin.com
    A 22-year-old Danville woman pleaded guilty Thursday to having sexual contact with a minor two years…
  17. The state funded most of a $5M settlement in a lawsuit against Dominion Energy. It's now the subject of a complaint agai

    Martinsvillebulletin.com - Martinsville
    09.22 / 01:00 martinsvillebulletin.com
    Faced with a lawsuit over the death of a girl who drowned in Dominion Energy-owned Lake Anna, the monopoly filed papers in court saying the state government was…
  18. Danville School Board approves energy contract

    Martinsvillebulletin.com - Martinsville
    09.22 / 01:00 martinsvillebulletin.com
    A unanimous Danville School Board on Thursday approved a $4.1 million energy performance contract that will save the school district millions of…
  19. VITA seeks court relief from potential 'catastrophic' email shutdown by Northrop Grumman

    Martinsvillebulletin.com - Martinsville
    09.22 / 01:00 martinsvillebulletin.com
    Virginia is asking for emergency court relief to prevent Northrop Grumman Corp. from shutting down email service for more than 56,000 state employees less than two weeks before the election of a new…
  20. Latino barbers in Norfolk struggle to...

    Wvec.com-VA
    09.22 / 00:47 www.wvec.com
    As Hurricane Maria leaves Puerto Rico in shambles, Hampton Roads locals are having trouble reaching loved ones stuck on…