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Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Bruce Springsteen 's upcoming show at the Farm Bureau Live amphitheater in Virginia Beach will mark the end of a long drought.
Donald C. Durost, accomplished businessman
Donald Carlton Durost, 82, of Rehoboth Beach, became one of God's Angels Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013, at the Delaware Hospice Center in Milford.
Conservative grassroots shocks Team Cantor in his own district with surprise intra-party victory
Conservative activists caught political operatives working for House Majority Leader Eric Cantor by surprise on his own front porch on Monday evening, storming their way to victory against the GOP establishment in Virginia at a local party meeting.
Should We Rank Colleges Based on Their Graduates' Earnings?
Students in an outdoor class on the Harvey Mudd College campus-according to PayScale, the school with the best financial return on investment.
Sources: Rice to hire VCU assistant Rhoades
Sources told ESPN.com that Rhoades will sign a five-year deal and will be introduced either Wednesday or Thursday.
First Q-Summit joins southern youth in queer activism
The first Q-Summit to be held at University of Richmond was a roaring success, and joined over 100 southern youth and queer activists to strategize the future of the LGTBQ movement, according to Wesley Meredith, co-president for Student Alliance for Sexual Diversity.
The Baltimore Sun
University of Baltimore to offer free semester for freshmen who graduate in 4 years
The University of Baltimore plans to offer free tuition to students in their final semester if they can finish in four years, a unique proposal that could boost the college's flagging graduation rates and lower students' debt load.