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Making a Difference: Virginia’s Free Clinics Resilient Despite Pandemic Challenges

A recent survey found 76% of Virginia free and charitable clinics saw an increase in patients, while 40% experienced a decrease in staff and volunteers.

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Richmond Public Schools Gave Teachers the Power to Negotiate. Here’s Why That Matters for the Rest of Virginia.

Richmond Public Schools became the first district in Virginia to adopt a collective bargaining resolution for teachers.

FILE - In this Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020, file photo, a patient receives an influenza vaccine in Mesquite, Texas. Amid all the focus on COVID-19 vaccinations, U.S. health experts have another plea: Don’t skip your flu shot.  With U.S. schools and businesses reopened, international travel resuming and far less masking this fall, flu is likely to make a comeback.  (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)
Flu Season: What Virginians Need To Know

What do Virginians need to know about the current flu season? That it's still not too late to get a flu shot!

Quintessentially Virginia: A Taste of the Commonwealth

When you think of foods of Virginia, Brunswick stew, peanut pie, and homemade goods are some of the first ones to come to mind.

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Winter Break Activities: Ways to Promote Learning at Home

Learning doesn't have to stop when your kids aren't in school! Here are some fun activities to do with your kids over their winter break.

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Yes, Virginia, There IS a Santa Claus!

In 1897, some of Virginia O'Hanlan's friends questioned the validity of Santa Claus, so her dad suggested she write a letter to the editor of The Sun.

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The Last Monthly Child Tax Credit?: The Impact the Expanded CTC Had on Virginians

This year, the expanded Child Tax Credit had a remarkable impact on families across Virginia. About 61 million children have benefitted from it.