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In Charlottesville, members of city council suggested melting down Confederate monuments and providing bronze to local artists who could make new sculptures from it.

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Before moving to the United States in 2019, William & Mary graduate Sarina Faizy advocated for women's rights and served as the youngest member of a provincial council in her native Afghanistan.

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The Tide turns 10 years old on Aug. 18.

Hampton Roads Transit is eyeing a potential light rail expansion to Military Circle.

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As COVID cases rise with the emergence of the more contagious delta variant, some Hampton Roads businesses are updating their health and safety policies. 

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Arthur "Art" Matsu, a football star and 1927 graduate of William & Mary, is being honored with one of five highway markers highlighting the contributions of Asian American and Pacific Islanders in Virginia.

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