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Two weeks ahead of Biden's goal, 70% of adult Virginians are vaccinated. But coverage gaps remain

Seventy percent of Virginia adults have received at least one coronavirus vaccine, a milestone announced two weeks ahead of President Joe Biden's goal to reach the mark nationally by July 4.

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Body of fourth family member, age 7, found after deadly tubing accident in Dan River

Four family members have died and a fifth is missing in the accident, which is being called the worst recreational disaster in the county.

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Longtime Montgomery museum director is history

Sue Farrar has retired after 12 years as executive director of the Montgomery Museum of Art and History in Christiansburg.

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Warren, who served in World War II and was veterans' advocate, dies at 96

After his service his World War II, Jim Warren spearheaded a project to supply commemorative hats to nearly 850 other veterans of that conflict.

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Liberty University grad is crowned Miss Virginia 2021

Newly crowned Miss Virginia Tatum Sheppard is no stranger to pageant titles — her mother, Kellye Cash, was named Miss America in 1987.

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Brewing up some energy: Downtown Christiansburg gets a taste of craft

Several evenings a week, a pocket of downtown Christiansburg comes to life as patrons flock to the Iron Tree Brewing Company since its recent opening near the corner of Roanoke and East Main streets.

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Longtime Montgomery museum director is history

Sue Farrar has retired after 12 years as executive director of the Montgomery Museum of Art and History in Christiansburg.

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Warren, who served in World War II and was veterans' advocate, dies at 96

After his service his World War II, Jim Warren spearheaded a project to supply commemorative hats to nearly 850 other veterans of that conflict.

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High court sides with ex-athletes in NCAA compensation case

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court decided unanimously Monday that the NCAA can’t enforce rules limiting education-related benefits — like computers and paid internships — that colleges offer to student athletes.

Baseball Hall of Fame induction set for full capacity

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COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — The Baseball Hall of Fame’s induction ceremony is returning to its standard seating format, opening the door for another big crowd.

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Mets fire 2 high-ranking employees after workplace review

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NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Mets have fired two high-ranking employees and will overhaul their legal and human resources departments on the recommendation of independent investigators hired to review the organization following allegations of sexual misconduct against former manager Mickey Callaway.

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Mets' deGrom to start, McNeil activated from IL vs Braves

NEW YORK (AP) — Mets ace Jacob deGrom has been cleared to start the opener of New York's doubleheader Monday against the Atlanta Braves after dealing with right shoulder soreness, and infielder Jeff McNeil has also been activated from the injured list.

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