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cutNscratch: Mainstream Music closes; gems from the inbox include Butcher Brown

Summer rolls on here and everywhere, with folks trying to figure out how best to do business in the COVID-19 era. For stalwart Blacksburg business Mainstream Music, that means closing down in favor of doing music lessons online.

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UVa football: Transfer WR Ra'Shaun Henry comfortable with new surroundings

The native of Texas had a breakout season in FCS last season.

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Roanoke jail undertakes mass testing for COVID-19 among inmates, staff

After 14 staffers and four inmates tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the Roanoke City Jail will test all inmates.

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Virginia Tech students begin move-in as COVID-19 remakes campus

Virginia Tech students began trickling onto campus on Friday, the first of a move-in process spread over 10 days to reduce congestion that could quicken the spread of COVID-19.

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Ronald McDonald House, Roanoke Hospitality House adjust to continue to help families during the pandemic.

Although the pandemic certainly didn’t shut down hospitals, many housing options for families of patients were closed or had to rework their approach to meeting community needs.

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Roanoke School Board mulls virtual reopening plan

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Classes for most Roanoke students would be fully virtual for the first nine weeks, with the goal of gradually introducing in-person instruction beginning in the second quarter, under the recommended plan.

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Roanoke jail undertakes mass testing for COVID-19 among inmates, staff

After 14 staffers and four inmates tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the Roanoke City Jail will test all inmates.

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Virginia Tech students begin move-in as COVID-19 remakes campus

Virginia Tech students began trickling onto campus on Friday, the first of a move-in process spread over 10 days to reduce congestion that could quicken the spread of COVID-19.

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LEADING OFF: Cardinals emerge from long layoff in Chicago

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A look at what’s happening around the majors today:

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After full stadiums, Super Rugby Aotearoa ends without fans

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Super Rugby Aotearoa, which began as one of a few major sports tournaments in the world to be played in stadiums filled with fans, ended Saturday in a empty stadium where the Highlanders beat the Hurricanes 38-21 at Dunedin, New Zealand.

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Alvarez HR in 2020 debut, Astros score 9 in 1st, beat M's

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HOUSTON (AP) — Yordan Alvarez hit a three-run homer in his first at-bat of the season after recovering from COVID-19, connecting during a nine-run burst in the first inning that sent the Houston Astros over the Seattle Mariners 11-1 on Friday night.

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Piscotty slam ties it in ninth, A's beat Giants 8-7 in 10th

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Sure, Stephen Piscotty realizes there's a little bit of luck involved when it comes to hitting with the bases loaded and delivering not once but twice already during this coronavirus-shortened season.

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