By Heather Bowser Kasik It’s a sunny afternoon, and 76-year-old Madeline Tusing and her daughter, Mary Moyers, are wheeling their red scooters down Keswick Circle in Dayton. After only a short journey — one house down, to be exact — the women maneuver their buggies down the paved driveway, onto the sidewalk behind the house
By Jessica Wiant As the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Market draws near, plans are underway to make the annual Civil War reenactment, long a Valley tradition, even more spectacular than usual. The history of the battle, most famous for the participation of green Virginia Military Institute cadets and an unlikely victory for the
While looking for a setting for his novel, Jason Wright also found a home.
Sheep farmers find an advantage with Katahdin hair sheep: no shearing.