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A Warm and Fuzzy Feeling

A Warm and Fuzzy Feeling

A multitasking approach at Meadowgate Alpacas AUGUST 2022 https://vimeo.com/735468419 by Steven Johnson, Staff Writer When Suzy Gammell opened her Mother’s Day present, you could hear her cries of delight in just about every corner of Ashland, Va. “Andi’s mine! Andi’s...

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Great Date Escapes: Tantivy Farm

Great Date Escapes: Tantivy Farm

It is open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and from 1 p.m.-5 p.m. on Sundays. The farm holds special events throughout the season, such as lavender wreath-making and wand-making, decoupage and making a needle-felted spring nest.

Great Date Escapes: Old Rag Mountain

Great Date Escapes: Old Rag Mountain

Climb to the top of this historic peak MAY 2022   Sometimes, the most time-tested is still the best, and that’s the case with Old Rag Mountain, a hike for friends, companions and loved ones for generations. Note important changes for 2022, though: Due to the...

The Legacy of Rosenwald Schools

The Legacy of Rosenwald Schools

February 2021The Legacy of Rosenwald Schools FacebookPinterestTwitterEmailCopy LinkSMSPrintFriendly Maxine Nowlin’s brother, Maurice Darden, is in this photograph of a classroom in the original Rosenwald school in Courtland, Va.PHOTOS BY LAURA EMERY  A story of...

During COVID-19, This Corps Delivers

During COVID-19, This Corps Delivers

January 2021During COVID-19, This Corps Delivers Eastern Shore volunteer group worth its weight in toilet paper As executive director of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel District, Jeff Holland knows a thing or two about building and maintaining bridges. That’s...

When COVID-19 Strikes

When COVID-19 Strikes

January 2021 The Onley Community Health Center is a low-slung brick building with a green awning and roof, tucked just off U.S. 13 on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The center is one of five operated by Eastern Shore Rural Health System Inc. for roughly 31,000 patients...