Historic Moment as Hillary Becomes First Woman Presidential Candidate
Love her or hate her, Hillary Clinton has worked her way from 1960s America to the present, and into the history books.
The Chincoteague Ponies Swim as Tradition Continues
The 91-year tradition continues on the wind-swept beaches of Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
Back In the Homeschool Classroom: Summer Prep for the New School Year
It’s almost the end of July and my mind wanders back to the days of educating my children at home and preparing for the new school year.
Reaction Around Virginia to Selection of Tim Kaine for Clinton’s VP
A U.S. Senator from Virginia will be the Democrats’ choice for vice president.
Trump Says It’s Too Far From Alaska But What’s the Real Reason Palin Will Not Be in Cleveland?
After Sarah Palin’s rousing endorsement of Trump earlier this year, some are surprised she has not been included on the roster of convention speakers.
Greenbrier Resort Reopens, Returning Jobs to Flood-Weary West Virginians
Three weeks after West Virginia’s devastating floods, the iconic Greenbrier Resort reopens its doors, putting 2,000 employees back to work.
George W Spends 70th With Wounded Warriors
George W celebrates his birthday. #43turns70
Want To Help Flood Victims in WVa? Here’s How — Updated
Want to help the West Virginia flood victims? Bearing Drift has compiled a list of ways you can help.
As Waters Recede, Clean-Up Begins After Devastating West Virginia Flooding
Our neighbors to the west have lost lives, homes, and businesses in devastating floods that have affected most of West Virginia.
Updates from RPV State Central Meeting in Charlottesville
Today will be the elections of seven state central committee officers.