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The cemetery, which buries approximately 7,000 people a year, says it needs additional space.
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The Navy has identified a sailor who was reported missing over the weekend from the Virginia-based USS Carter Hall.
Republicans said McAuliffe’s high number of vetoes shows that he and his staff are disengaged from the legislative process.
40,000 Verizon employees are prepared to strike if they do not reach a new labor agreement with the telecom giant.
One of the prizes is a $500 gift certificate for an overnight stay at a Virginia State Park.
Meals will be served this Thursday and Friday on March 31st and April 1st.
Nearly half of stores that had some kind of data breach, have not upgraded to chip card readers.
School officials are accepting suggestions for a new name through early April.
A rare Beatles album hidden away for decades sold for $110,000.
Astronomers will be observing a twin comet flyby that starts tonight.
The Bristol Zoo in Britain is celebrating the unique birth of a baby gorilla.