The debate on the success of last year’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is ongoing. A non profit group in Richmond is out with a report on its impact in Virginia.
Glen Fuselier, Jr. is out of jail. Accused of a number of felonies in connection with a high speed chase last week, he was granted bond on Wednesday.
The long winter could mean a short maple syrup season in Virginia.
Federal Income Tax returns have to be filed by the 15th of next month. There are a number of changes in response to the recession.
The state Senate has passed a resolution granting recognition to a Virginia Indian tribe.
A Virginia State Police Sergeant is among 22 law enforcement, firefighters, EMTs and other first responders who have been nominated in the America’s Most Wanted All Star Contest.
Last night Mayor Dwight Jones and his administration listened to public concerns regarding his proposed budget at a forum at Westover Hills Elementary School.
Virginia Beach has lost its bragging rights to having the only spectacular Paul DiPasquale Sculpture of Neptune – as the Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen installed one of its own yesterday.
A group organized to encourage more young Latinos to pursue a college education will meet in Richmond on Friday and Saturday.
The state’s James Monroe Building had to be closed yesterday, the result of a water leak on the 25th floor.