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Danville, Virginia micropolitan area

The Danville Micropolitan Statistical Area is a Micropolitan Statistical Area in Virginia as defined by the United States Office of Management and Budget. As of the 2010 census, the μSA had a population of 106.561 The Danville ΜSA was previously ...

                                               

Accotink Creek

Accotink Creek is a 25.0-mile-long tributary stream of the Potomac River in Fairfax County, Virginia, in the United States. At Springfield, Virginia, Accotink Creek is dammed to create Lake Accotink. The stream empties into the Potomac at Gunston ...

                                               

Arlington Boulevard

Arlington Boulevard is a major arterial road in Arlington County, Fairfax County, and the independent City of Fairfax in Northern Virginia in metropolitan Washington, DC, United States. It is designated U.S. Route 50 for its entire length and is ...

                                               

Church of the Epiphany (Anglican, Virginia)

The Church of the Epiphany is an Anglican church located in Chantilly, Virginia. It emphasizes "Encountering God through beautiful worship and believing prayer, building a multigenerational congregation that loves children and families and equipp ...

                                               

Colchester Hunt, Virginia

Colchester Hunt is an unincorporated community in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. Colchester Hunt is located close to the town of Clifton and the independent city of Fairfax.

                                               

CUE Bus

CUE Bus is a bus service operated by the City of Fairfax, Virginia, and is completely separate from the Fairfax Connector bus service run by Fairfax County.

                                               

Daniels Run

Daniels Run is a small stream in the City of Fairfax, Virginia. Daniels Run is a tributary of Accotink Creek and joins it south of Fairfax Circle, the intersection of Lee Highway and Arlington Boulevard. It is fed by numerous springs around Fairf ...

                                               

The Falls Church (Anglican)

The Falls Church Anglican is an Anglican parish in the city of Falls Church, Virginia, near Washington, D.C. In 2006, the congregation of The Falls Church divided over the question of whether or not to leave the Episcopal Church, effectively crea ...

                                               

Jermantown, Virginia

Jermantown is an unincorporated community in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. Various parts of Jermantown are included within the independent city of Fairfax to its south and east. Today, this once rural community is centered at the inter ...

                                               

The New School of Northern Virginia

The New School of Northern Virginia is a small private school located in Fairfax, Virginia. As of the 2013-14 school year, the New School teaches approximately 150 students in grades 6-12.

                                               

Truro Church (Fairfax, Virginia)

There was no official Episcopal Church in the City of Fairfax until the Rev. Richard Templeton Brown, rector of The Falls Church, organized a congregation in 1843. The congregation first met at the historic Fairfax Courthouse and then moved to th ...

                                               

Four Mile Run

Four Mile Run is a 9.4-mile-long stream in Northern Virginia that starts near Interstate 66, at Gordon Avenue in Fairfax County and proceeds southeast through Falls Church to Arlington County in the U.S. state of Virginia. Most of the stretch is ...

                                               

Tinner Hill

Tinner Hill is an historic area of Falls Church, Virginia, named after Charles and Mary Tinner, an African-American couple who bought land there in the late 19th century. Family members quarried stone used in many buildings nearby. Between 1910 a ...

                                               

Franklin Municipal–John Beverly Rose Airport

Franklin Municipal–John Beverly Rose Airport, also known as Franklin Municipal Airport or John Beverly Rose Field is a public airport in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, United States. The airport is owned by the City of Franklin and is located at ...

                                               

Bragg Hill Family Life Center

Bragg Hill Family Life Center is a local nonprofit organization based in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Its mission is "to provide assistance to the area’s at-risk youth and economically deprived citizens with special emphasis on total growth and deve ...

                                               

Rappahannock River

The Rappahannock River is a river in eastern Virginia, in the United States, approximately 195 miles in length. It traverses the entire northern part of the state, from the Blue Ridge Mountains in the west where it rises, across the Piedmont to t ...

                                               

Slave Auction Block, Fredericksburg

The Slave Auction Block in Fredericksburg, Virginia is the former location of slave auctions, on the corner of William Street and Charles Street, and is on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Fredericksburg Historic District. ...

                                               

U.S. Route 58

U.S. Route 58 is an east–west U.S. Highway that runs for 508 miles from U.S. Route 25E just northwest of Harrogate, Tennessee, to U.S. Route 60 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Until 1996, when the Cumberland Gap Tunnel opened, US 58 ran only inside ...

                                               

Galax High School

There has been substantial growth within the Galax City Public School System since the original promoters of the town allocated ten acres of pine grove for public school purposes. The first public school offered a two-year high school program and ...

                                               

Blackbeards Point

Blackbeard’s Point is an area of land on the north side of the mouth of the Hampton River in Hampton Roads harbor in Virginia. It received its name in the early 18th century, when the pirate Blackbeard was menacing shipping on the American coast. ...

                                               

Hampton University Museum

Founded in 1868 on the campus of Hampton University, the Hampton University Museum is the oldest African-American museum in the United States and the oldest museum in Virginia. It is the first institutional collection of work by African-American ...

                                               

Newmarket (Hampton, Virginia)

Newmarket is a division in both Hampton and in Newport News. This division is the far corner in the Hamptons and runs to Newport news. The area was known to the official Newmarket North Mall today to recover. On the territory there is a neighborh ...

                                               

Peninsula Pilots (minor league team)

The Peninsula Pilots were a Minor League Baseball team located in Hampton, Virginia. They began play in the Carolina League in 1963 as a Washington Senators farm team. The 1980 team was named the 74th best Minor League team of the 20th century in ...

                                               

2013 Colonial Athletic Association Baseball Tournament

The 2013 Colonial Athletic Association Baseball Tournament was held at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park in Harrisonburg, VA from May 22–25. In the championship game, fourth-seeded Towson defeated second-seeded William & Mary, 5-2, to win its ...

                                               

Harrisonburg metropolitan area

The Harrisonburg Metropolitan Statistical Area is a Metropolitan Statistical Area in Virginia as defined by the United States Office of Management and Budget. As of the 2000 census, the MSA had a population of 108.193.

                                               

Rocktown Rollers

Rocktown Rollers is a womens flat track roller derby league based in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Founded in 2008, the league consists of a single team which competes against teams from other leagues. Rocktown is a member of the Womens Flat Track Derb ...

                                               

Old Town Manassas

Old Town Manassas, or the Manassas Historic District, is a national historic district located at Manassas, Virginia. It encompasses 206 contributing buildings and 1 contributing object in the central business district and surrounding residential ...

                                               

Wellington Road (Manassas, Virginia)

Wellington Road in Manassas forms part of a major connector between eastern Prince William County and Gainesville. The main connecting route between these two communities is the Prince William Parkway with Interstate 66, however, Wellington Road ...

                                               

Manassas Park station

Manassas Park station is a Virginia Railway Express station in Manassas Park, Virginia. The station serves the Virginia Railway Express Manassas Line, and shares the right-of-way with Amtraks Cardinal and Crescent trains, however, no Amtrak train ...

                                               

Martinsville Astros

The Martinsville Astros were a short season minor league baseball team located in Martinsville, Virginia. The team was affiliated with the Houston Astros and played in the Appalachian League from 1999 to 2003. Martinsville was also home to the Ma ...

                                               

Martinsville, Virginia micropolitan area

The Martinsville Micropolitan Statistical Area is a United States Micropolitan Statistical Area in Virginia, as defined by the Office of Management and Budget as of June, 2003. As of the 2000 census, the μSA had a population of 73.346.

                                               

Fort Henry (Virginia)

Fort Henry was an English frontier fort in 17th century colonial Virginia near the falls of the Appomattox River. Its exact location has been debated, but the most popular one is on a bluff about four blocks north of the corner of W. Washington a ...

                                               

Peoples Memorial Cemetery

Peoples Memorial Cemetery, formerly known as Providence Cemetery, is a historic African-American cemetery located at Petersburg, Virginia. The cemetery was deeded in three sections: the first tract in 1840, the second tract was added in 1865, and ...

                                               

Petersburg Breakthrough Battlefield

The Petersburg Breakthrough Battlefield is a historic district in Dinwiddie County, near Petersburg, Virginia. It was the location of the Third Battle of Petersburg, in which the Union Army broke through Confederate Army lines protecting Petersbu ...

                                               

Bide-A-Wee Golf Course

Bide-A-Wee Golf Course is an 18-hole municipal public golf course founded by former PGA Champion Chandler Harper in 1956 located in and owned by the city of Portsmouth, Virginia.

                                               

Blacksburg–Christiansburg–Radford metropolitan area

The Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area is a Metropolitan Statistical Area as defined by the United States Office of Management and Budget located in the New River Valley of Southwest Virginia. As of the 2010 census, t ...

                                               

Evergreen Burial Park

Evergreen Burial Park is a cemetery located at 1307 Summit Avenue, SW in the Raleigh Court neighborhood of Roanoke, Virginia. The cemetery began in 1916 in what was then Roanoke County. The cemetery was developed and the design firm hare of Kansa ...

                                               

Roanoke metropolitan area

The Roanoke Metropolitan Statistical Area is a Metropolitan Statistical Area in Virginia as defined by the United States Office of Management and Budget. The Roanoke MSA is sometimes referred to as the Roanoke Valley, even though the Roanoke MSA ...

                                               

Roanoke Valley

The Roanoke Valley in southwest Virginia is an area adjacent to and including the Roanoke River between the Blue Ridge Mountains to the east and the Appalachian Plateau to the west. The valley includes much of Roanoke County, as well as the two i ...

                                               

Shenandoah Life Insurance Company

The Shenandoah Life Insurance Company is an insurance company based in Roanoke, Virginia, United States. Founded in 1916, the company operated until 2012 as a policyholder-owned mutual insurance company when it was sold to United Prosperity Life. ...

                                               

Williamson Road

Williamson Road is an approximately 8.0 mi long road in Roanoke City and Roanoke County, Virginia. The road runs from downtown Roanoke in the south through the Botetourt County line in the north. For the majority of its length Williamson Road car ...

                                               

Gypsy Hill Park

Gypsy Hill Park is a recreational park situated in the center of Staunton, Virginia, United States, where Churchville Avenue and Thornrose Avenue intersect. The park contains various public services and attractions, including football and basebal ...

                                               

Huss & Dalton

Huss & Dalton Guitar Company is an acoustic guitar and banjo manufacturer in Staunton, Virginia. The company was started on October 1, 1995 by luthiers Jeff Huss and Mark Dalton. Their first shop was located in the Mennonite community of Stuarts ...

                                               

Staunton–Waynesboro metropolitan area

The Staunton–Waynesboro Metropolitan Statistical Area is a United States Metropolitan Statistical Area in Virginia, as defined by the Office of Management and Budget. As of the 2010 census, the MSA had a population of 118.502.

                                               

Wesleyan Female Institute

Wesleyan Female Institute was a college for women in Staunton, Virginia, founded by the Baltimore Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South in 1846. Its former site is a parking lot next to the Methodist church, across the street from T ...

                                               

South River (South Fork Shenandoah River tributary)

The South River is one of the two main tributaries of the South Fork of the Shenandoah River. It begins south of Waynesboro, Virginia, and flows northward to Port Republic, where it merges with the North River to form the South Fork. The river is ...

                                               

Virginia State Route 254

State Route 254 is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of Virginia. The state highway runs 25.01 miles from SR 42 near Buffalo Gap east to U.S. Route 340 in Waynesboro. SR 254 provides a northerly alternate route to US 250 between Waynesbor ...

                                               

Three Notchd Road

Three Notchd Road was a colonial-era major east-west route across central Virginia. It is believed to have taken its name from a distinctive marking of three notches cut into trees to blaze the trail. By the 1730s, the trail extended from the vic ...

                                               

Kingsmill Resort

Kingsmill Resort is a vacation, conference, and golf resort in the eastern United States, located in James City County, Virginia, southeast of Williamsburg. It is located on a portion of the Kingsmill Plantation, the original plantation structure ...

                                               

Peninsula Extension

The Peninsula Extension which created the Peninsula Subdivision of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway was the new railroad line on the Virginia Peninsula from Richmond to southeastern Warwick County. Its principal purpose was to provide an important ...