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Editorial – And the Hammy winners are …

It’s an exciting day for us at The Times as we unveil the winners of our second annual ...

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Editorial – Back and forth on transgender rules

Elections have consequences, it’s been said. Or, depending on one’s perspective, rewards. Thus, it should come as no ...

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Editorial – Lost lessons of Sept. 11

We tip our hat to Hampton Roads Classical school, Woman’s Club of Windsor and others in the community ...

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Editorial – School resumes; watch for kiddos

With Isle of Wight and Surry schools reconvening after summer break, it is important for motorists to be ...

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Editorial – Labor shortage must be addressed

As another Labor Day approaches, it’s an appropriate time to note, and lament, perhaps the worst labor economy ...

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Editorial – Good news for fair elections

You wouldn’t know it based on some of the extreme rhetoric out of Richmond some days, but bipartisanship ...

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Editorial – Defend against road rage

Everyone has a bad day now and then, but how you choose to deal with it, especially behind ...

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Editorial – School Board errs on unused leave

One of the worst justifications for a flawed decision is that “we’ve always done it that way.” That ...

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Editorial – It’s important to  mind the details

Details matter. It’s especially true of good, transparent government that builds trust with the citizenry. A flurry of ...

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Editorial – Big Tech steamrolls newspapers

Today’s editorial is courtesy of our friend and newspaper colleague Brett Wesner, chair of the National Newspaper Association. ...

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