Even with candidates already running in this year’s battle for control of Virginia’s House of Delegates, the Supreme Court heard arguments Monday that could see the district lines changed again ahead of June’s primaries.
The driver of the truck — who was the only occupant — was found dead. An initial investigation revealed the driver, an adult male, suffered from wounds not consistent with a car crash.
“The Hunchback of Notre Dame”
New road closures will greet drivers in Virginia as work continues on the Ballston Quarter Pedestrian Bridge.
The United States Supreme Court will consider whether younger Beltway sniper Lee Boyd Malvo should be resentenced in Virginia, where he received four convictions, and was sentenced to life in prison, with no chance of parole.
Former NFL defensive back DeAngelo Hall is opening a barbershop in Ashburn’s University Commerce Center called Parlor Twenty Three.
U.S. Supreme Court justices will hear arguments Monday on whether the boundaries of 11 Virginia House of Delegates districts were drawn on the basis of race by Republicans.
Over 200 public and charter schools participated in this year’s Clicks for Kids competition. Over 111,000 votes were cast and the three schools with the most votes were declared the lucky winners.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Mayor Levar Stoney plans to host a series of town hall meetings to discuss his proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2020. Stoney presented his budget to the Richmond City Council earlier…
A Virginia television station is replacing “The Andy Griffith Show” after a successful 35-year syndication run.
The auditorium at Goshen Post Elementary School in Aldie, Virginia, was packed Sunday afternoon for Rep. Jennifer Wexton’s, D-Va. 10, first town hall where she discussed her progress since taking office before giving residents a chance to ask her about the issues most important to them.
The Alexandria City Council voted to eliminate the requirement that vehicle’s display a sticker on their windshields proving payment of personal property tax.
Norfolk Police issued a news release saying the vandalism was discovered Saturday morning at Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church downtown.
Federal prosecutors say a Virginia businessman has been sentenced to prison for a $1.3 million investment scheme that caused losses for 40 victims.
Court documents say that 36-year-old Aidriss Saydi was a prominent drug dealer in Northern Virginia for the past decade and paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to have narcotics shipped to him.
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