Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam said the state’s 40 mental health centers are now all offering walk-in mental evaluations.
Gov. Ralph Northam has announced more than $6.7 million in funding for seven regional projects to support entrepreneurship, workforce and talent-development initiatives.
Despite his infrequent public appearances since the blackface admission, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has signed several bills into law in an attempt to get past the controversy.
A federal judge has granted an injunction to stop Virginia’s Department of Motor Vehicles from enforcing a law requiring automatic license suspensions for failure to pay court fines.
Gov. Ralph Northam announced the enrollment in the new coverage under Medicaid expansion on Wednesday. The coverage is available to 19- to 64-year-olds who are not eligible for Medicare and meet income requirements,
A normally low profile citizen panel that votes on air pollution permits is set to take a vote on whether Virginia’s most powerful corporation can build a natural gas compressor station in a historical African-American community.
Speaking Wednesday with WTOP on his monthly “Ask the Governor” appearance, Northam said of gambling, “you’re gonna hear a lot more about it” when the General Assembly reconvenes in January.
Amazon is planning to split its long-anticipated second headquarters between two locations rather than choosing one, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday evening.
Road repair and cleanup costs from Hurricane Florence and Tropical Storm Michael could lead Virginia to cut back on paving and other road maintenance this spring.
A brewery in Richmond, Virginia, is doubling its production a year after opening because of increased demand.
Following complaints from families being forced out of their homes by construction of toll lanes on Interstate 66, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam promised on WTOP Wednesday that the group would now be treated the right way.
Results also showed continued, significant achievement gaps, not only between low-income students and others, but also between students identifying as white or Asian and students identifying as black or Hispanic.
Gov. Ralph Northam says in a statement that Cascades’ investment will create 140 jobs. Roughly 165 employees had lost their jobs when White Birch halted production at the mill last year.
Under Virginia’s E-ZPass Customer Service Agreement, drivers who haven’t used their account for a toll payment for six months could have their account terminated. Northam said he was made aware of the issue recently and said he had been affected as well.
The Virginia Senate is set to pass a $115 billion two-year budget Wednesday that includes Medicaid expansion, but only after some significant drama Tuesday afternoon in the Senate Finance Committee.
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