Dan Casey knows a little bit about a lot of things but not a heck of a lot about most things. That doesn't keep him from writing about them, however. So keep him honest!
A little more than a month ago, you would never have known from a Trump campaign survey that a deadly plague was ravaging America. This time around, you won't learn about people in the streets, protesting racial injustice.
Two more people who hired a Roanoke estate sales firm to dispose of property say they have not been paid money they are owed.
For people whose business with the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles requires an in-person visit, the agency is now setting appointments at 35 offices throughout the commonwealth that have reopened since May 18. Otherwise, you cannot simply walk into and DMV like you could in the pre-pandemic days. But 40 offices remain closed and even getting an appointment is frustrating for many.
Sarah Craig, Mary Walters, Margie Jumper and William Simmons were years ahead of a broad movement to end racial segregation in public transportation. For that reason, the city should consider honoring them as it unwinds the Confederate stain of Lee Plaza.