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Virginia Governor Orders Evacuations in Anticipation of Hurricane Florence

Virginia Governor Orders Evacuations in Anticipation of Hurricane Florence

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Parts of America’s mid-Atlantic coast gears up for Hurricane Florence, which could be the most powerful storm to ever hit the region. In anticipation of the same, the Governor of Virginia Ralph Northam ordered evacuations of low-lying areas of the Eastern Shore and Hampton Roads, on Monday. The evacuation will take effect on Tuesday from…

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Airbnb Likely to Have a Tough Time in Virginia for Tax Collection Stipulations

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Tax collection is a primary revenue generating activity for any government. However, with Virginia’s localities, collection of tax is amid question with Airbnb. Blacksburg was one of the first localities in Virginia to sign a tax collection accord with Airbnb earlier this year. However, others around the state aren’t sure that’s something to brag about.…

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24-year-old dies in fatal shooting at midnight in Manassas, Virginia

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On Thursday morning, a man was found murdered inside his house in Manassas, Virginia. The police informed the incident happened at around 2 am on the 10000 block of Massie Street. As per the reports, 24-year-old Reynaldo Eliazar Arajo was inside his house when his house was being riddled with bullets. The officers found the…

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How Successful Was Donald Trumps’s Visit To West Virginia, Amid Mass Protest

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Last updated on August 24th, 2018U.S. President Donald Trump gave a hand to the U.S. military and acknowledged the golfing elite while addressing the audience at “Salute to Service” charity dinner, hosted at The Greenbrier, West Virginia. This was Trump’s third visit to West Virginia in 2018, and all in all his fifth visit after becoming the President. He…

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Virginia’s Mia Hoen-Beck Hits the Soccer Field After a Long-Standing Injury

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Virginia’s Mia Hoen-Beck is back on the soccer field, which she calls as a full-circle moment. Passing out of Northern Virginia’s James Madison High School, Hoen-Beck was ranked amongst the top 20 players in the country. Being a prominent member of the U17 U.S. National Team, she presided her McLean-based club team through two state championships. Plus, and Hoen-Beck took the charge of several top college programs in…

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Emergency declared in Virginia prior to ‘Unite the Right’ rally
Emergency declared in Virginia prior to ‘Unite the Right’ rally

A state of emergency declared in Virginia prior to ‘Unite the Right’ rally

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Prior to the anniversary of Unite the Right rally, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and the city of Charlottesville have declared a state of emergency. Unite the Right rally is also known as the Charlottesville rally or Charlottesville riots. It occurred in 2017, from August 11 to 12, and was prompted by the city’s plans to…

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An unexpected explosion in Virginia custom machinery plant injured three

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On Wednesday afternoon, an explosion at Thomas Industrial Fabrication in Woolwine, Virginia, injured three people. As per the information provided by the law enforcement and emergency management officials, the injured people are the employees at the plant, which manufactures custom-made machinery. Multiple residents heard a loud noise, and informed the officials that it sounded like an…

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Fourth of July 2018: US Independence Day celebrated the Virginian way!

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Last updated on July 9th, 2018The Fourth of July, US Independence Day, concluded with glorious fireworks displays and parades across the country. President Donald Trump celebrated the 242nd anniversary of the nation’s sovereignty, by hosting White House’s annual picnic in the South Lawn, honoring the military families. Joe Manchin III, the US Senator who represents…

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