College readiness program is helping parents save hundreds of thousands

RICHMOND, Va. — With tuition prices rising and record inflation, some families are getting creative about how they’re paying for college for their students. But two Central Virginia students going to school on full scholarships said a college readiness program has changed their lives. Ameer West, a Hermitage High School grad on his way to … Read more

Farming Guru Joel Salatin on Teaching the Next Generation to Respect the Land that Feeds Us

“No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth.”—Thomas Jefferson Polyface Farm lies gently among the rolling hills of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, near Little North Mountain and Elliott Knob, in Augusta County. This land beneath the mountains is a beautiful patchwork quilt of fine pastures and forests, and it … Read more

Rules of the Road for Advertisers and Marketers: The Basics

As the United States cautiously emerges from the depths of the pandemic, researchers are forecasting double-digit gains in ad spending for 2022. If you’re part of the wave of companies developing new advertising campaigns, you’ll want to brush up on legal requirements designed to ensure that your ads are truthful, fair, and evidence-based. Failure to … Read more