Here are the share-worthy stories from Washington, D.C., and northern Virginia Patches to talk about tonight:
Northam’s executive order and State Health Commissioner Norm Oliver’s public health emergency order will take effect at the start of Friday in Hampton Roads. The localities include Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Hampton, Williamsburg, Newport News, Poquoson, James City County, and York County.
U.S. News & World Report has released its latest rankings of the best hospitals in the United States. The data used for the list was derived before the coronavirus pandemic, so the impact on hospitals nationwide is not reflected in the latest rankings.
Look at the Delta Aquarid meteor shower, which peaks Tuesday and Wednesday over Virginia, as a dress rehearsal for what’s to come as
Fotis Dulos compared his estranged wife Jennifer‘s disappearance to the plot of Gone Girl.
In Gillian Flynn‘s 2012 bestseller, Amy fakes her own violent abduction after methodically planting evidence that will implicate her husband, Nick. Treachery ensues.
“We have been provided a very dark, 500-plus page novel Jennifer wrote,” Fotis’ attorney, Norm Pattis, told NBC News in a statement last year. “We don’t know what had become of Jennifer, but the Gone Girl hypothesis is very much on our mind.”
Those close to Jennifer thought that was cruel nonsense.
“I read Jennifer’s novel in installments as she was completing the manuscript. She finished the draft around 2002 [before she even started dating Fotis],” Carrie Luft, a spokesperson for Jennifer’s family, said in a statement. “Jennifer’s novel is not a mystery.” Luft added, “Trying to tie Jennifer’s absence to a book she wrote more than 17 years ago … Read More
RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — Strong demand for inland real estate led to a nearly 6 percent increase in property values in Riverside County going into 2020, according to Riverside County’s Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder.
Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder Peter Aldana announced this week that the taxable value of all property in Riverside County for the current year grew to $320 billion, an $18 billion increase. This year’s tax roll — a list of all taxable property, its owner and its value as of Jan. 1 — will generate more than $3.2 billion for local government services.
“Since the tax roll is based on property values as of Jan. 1, we won’t see the impacts of COVID until next year,” Aldana said. “Pre-COVID, our economy was growing and strong demand for Riverside County real estate led to increasing property values. We won’t see the impacts of COVID until we look at property values as of
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