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Today I went to Hermitage...which is boring if you LIVE here...but still

Ok – I was equipped with old phone so pardon me for so not perfect pics… Anyway…You know what, a guy just gave me a ticket while I was standing in line (so, yes, miricales still happen! 52 more words

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Robert E Lee

Who: Robert Edward Lee

What: Commander of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.

Where: Born Stratford Hall, Virginia, died Lexington, Virginia.

Why: One of the most successful military commanders in history. 354 more words

American Civil War

City explains why some water bills jumped up this month

PETERSBURG, Va. — Officials with the City of Petersburg have responded to questions from water customers about why bills have jumped by — in some cases — hundreds of dollars. 462 more words

News

February 2015 Support Groups – Richmond and Tri-Cities

February 2nd; 10am
For Caregivers
Mt. Vernon Baptist Church
11220 Nuckols Road, Glen Allen, VA 23059
Please call Jessica Samet, 804-967-2580, for more information.

February 3rd; 3pm… 427 more words

Alzheimer's

Petersburg 150th Events

Petersburg National Battlefield has posted their 2015 schedule of events.  These include a good number sesquicentennial observances.  Some of those which caught my eye, as specifically timed to 150th events: 473 more words

Sesquicentennial

Jordan Alston says being smart is cool

PETERSBURG, Va. — Jordan Alston is a leader in his 5th grade class at J.E.B. Stuart Elementary in Petersburg. His principal called him an ‘outstanding student’ who actively participates in classroom lessons. 32 more words

Local

PBS series on Civil War to film in central Virginia locales

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A PBS Civil War series will begin filming in the Richmond and Petersburg areas this spring.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Friday announced the filming locales for the six-episode series to premiere in the winter of 2016. 92 more words

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