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  • Prepare to protect yourself in Danville

    I own property in and around the city, and it’s nothing to hear gun shots or individuals fighting and/or threatening each other with bodily harm.

  • Support Baynes for city council

    She has a feeling for the issues that affect our daily lives. 

  • What can we learn about this?

    We can learn a lesson from Larson, a man relatively new to Danville, and from Keen, a son of this city, and realize that the solution to crime isn’t to live in fear, but to encourage others to embrace the message of non-violence.

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Grants accepted from Exxon

Principal of Forest Hills Elementary School Catherine Lassiter, Principal of George Washington High School Randall Stokes and Principal at Galileo Magnet High School Jay Lancaster accept grant funds Feb. 1 from Exxon Representative Tommy Pearson, three of 19 area schools …

US intel: China to keep building on artificial islands

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. intelligence chief says he expects China to keep building on artificial islands to sustain its "exorbitant" territorial claims in the disputed South China Sea.

Government creates new student aid enforcement office

The Obama administration is taking new steps to protect students amid increased scrutiny of for-profit colleges and other schools.

VDOT installing traffic signal backplates, new guide signs

A state project to install high visibility traffic signal backplates along major corridors in Southside and Southwest Virginia began last week.

This grandma’s looking at a tsunami of labor delusion

This column is a humorous look at labor and delivery. Oh contraire, you might say. Well, give me a chance — even the men. I promise there’s even a mention of the movie “Braveheart” and football. Maybe you’ll appreciate the mothers in your lives more.

Friend says slain teen talked of running away with defendant

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) -- The 13-year-old Virginia girl who was killed after climbing out of her bedroom window talked of running away and starting a family with the man now charged in her slaying, a friend and classmate of the seventh-grader said....

UK lawmakers say proposed spy law fails to protect privacy

LONDON (AP) — U.K. lawmakers responsible for scrutinizing Britain's intelligence agencies say there are not enough privacy safeguards in plans to strengthen the government's powers to spy on the Internet.

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