Melody Harlan has excelled in several activities as a fourth grader in Virginia. Now the 9-year-old wunderkind takes her advanced intellect to the national stage.
Just days after sharing Grand Marshal duties with his wife in the city’s St. Patrick’s Day parade he founded 37 years ago, Pat Troy has died Thursday at age 76.
Dominion Energy is seeking a rate increase to pay for burying power lines.
Microsoft Corp. says it’s making a major purchase of solar energy in Virginia.
A former Virginia police officer has been arrested in Idaho after federal authorities say he conspired to deal heroin and cocaine and told his co-conspirators the identity of a confidential FBI informant.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency’s Office of Information Technology headquarters will consolidate its operations to an office park near the Silver Line’s future Ashburn Metro stop.
Police in Virginia say they’ve arrested 26 people on drug charges and are looking for 26 more after a year-long undercover operation.
Virginia-based Dominion Energy told regulators that customers in South Carolina would pay nearly $4 billion to pay for a failed reactor project by the South Carolina utility it is seeking to acquire.
For many kids with disabilities, playing Little League baseball or recreational soccer isn’t always an option. But one local organization is giving them the opportunity to be active, gain confidence and make lifelong friendships.
Authorities say two suspected MS-13 gang members wanted for murder in Virginia have been arrested in North Carolina.
As snow falls, keep an eye on your roof and the roofs of surrounding homes. Even a little snow can tell a lot about the energy efficiency of a home.
Virginia’s largest electric utility asked a federal appeals court Wednesday to overturn a judge’s ruling that the company is violating federal law by discharging arsenic through groundwater into surrounding waters from a coal ash storage site.
Gov. Ralph Northam is renewing his call for the General Assembly to expand Medicaid to cover more low-income Virginians.
“The only worse thing than the bill on the governor’s desk would be if it wasn’t there,” a Fairfax County supervisor said this week. “The funding mechanism — next to not having one — it’s about as bad as it could be.”
Halifax, Mecklenburg, Brunswick, Lunenburg and Charlotte counties will receive special attention as part of Microsoft’s new TechSpark initiative.