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The warm days of August are the perfect time for activities in, on and around the water.
Solving math mysteries and setting up a virtual pizza parlor are two ways to keep busy while keeping cool.
National Geographic Museum displays jewelry, cups and bowls from ancient people.
Kids at iD Tech camp learn computer code and robotics.They’re having fun while picking up a useful skill.
The 50-year-old span connects the Norfolk and Virginia Beach with Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
Kaeli Ware has spent much of her 14 years in a dance studio. That hard work has paid off.
The small town of Luling hosts the World Championship Seed Spitting Contest each June.
Stedwick Elementary students get a taste of international cooperation by putting their spin on the model U.N.
Local writer Sam Chaltain looks at public and charter education in Washington, D.C.
The building will house 20 units, while the parking lot will be developed into four townhouses.