Nominations are now being accepted for the 2015 Governor’s Volunteerism and Community Service Awards.
The graduate program is an outgrowth of the unversity’s Teacher Education program, which has recently been reaccredited by the Naitonal Council of Accreditation for Teach Education (NCATE).
Hampton has been named one of the top cities in the country for best practices in public sector information and communications technology.
Executive Order 32 has been issued to advance critical components of Virginia’s housing policy agenda.
Some debris may wash up on beaches around Wallops and may contain hazardous materials. If you find any debris from the explosion do not approach it and call the Wallops Incident Response team at 757-824-1295.
A fire that damaged the roof at Southside Cremation Services on Crump Street in eastern Henrico was likely sparked by a “rather large body,” according to fire investigators.
Newport News, Hampton, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Virginia Beach were recently designated as high intensity drug-trafficking areas.
This marks the first time that the state is working to help local sheriffs prepare inmates for release and connect them with support services on the outside.
About 50 Air Force veterans expressed their grievances to Hampton Veterans Affairs Medical Center Director Michael Dunfee during a town hall meeting last Wednesday night for not directly addressing questions and concerns.
The Hampton Branch of the NAACP hosted about 30 residents and a group of city staff and City Council members, including Mayor George Wallace, to explain the council’s decision to end the tax exemption program it once offered senior citizens.
Sixty-three sheriffs from across the commonwealth
Stacy Kelly has been named the new assistant police chief for Newport News.
Hampton City Schools have one-upped a website that will locate sex offenders living in the vicinity.
Hampton senior citizens picketed Mayor George Wallace's state of the city address.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) has launched "A Healthy Virginia", a 10-step plan to expand health care services to over 200,000 Virginians, according to his office. The "unprecedented action" by any governor in Virginia history includes authorizations of four emergency regulations, ...