Newport News and Hampton residents recently assembled at two separate events hosted in response to the recent shooting of a teen in Ferguson, Mo., at the hands of a police officer. Community members and local officials said they hoped a ...
Democrat Joseph C. Lindsey, a Norfolk attorney will fill the 90th District House seat vacated by the resignation of Del. Algie Howell Jr.
The Norfolk School Board unanimously voted to open a special, redesigned program for dropouts and students who have fallen behind.
The City of Richmond is seeking to identify all Centenarians so that they can be recognized during the Mayor’s Third Annual Centenarian Celebration.
Walmart has signed a lease with the VCU Real Estate Foundation to open a store on Virginia Commonwealth University's campus in late 2014 or early 2015.
The U.S. 460 Corridor Improvements Project which cost about $300 million without any guarantee of completion is back on the docket for public meetings.
In a vote last month, Newport News city council ruled to change the time limit for its public comment period.
Governor Terry McAuliffe’s administration has restored the voting rights of more than 2,500 Virginians who were convicted of a felony, served their time and paid their debts to society.
Free passes to the new Paragon City Center 12 Theater will be awarded to winners in a trivia contest.
School Board Chairwoman Martha Mugler is “disappointed” by criticism from the PTA regarding raises for members of the school division’s leadership team.
The Air Force plans to eliminate 742 two jobs at Air Combat Command (ACC) at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton.
All military branches are allegedly now prohibited from visiting certain used car lots in Norfolk and surrounding cities in Hampton Roads.
Hampton Roads residents gathered recently in Norfolk for a peaceful rally and march in hopes of eliminating violence in their community.
For the ninth straight year, many clothing items, footwear and school and office supplies will be sales tax-free during the first full weekend in August, which is Aug. 1-3 this year.
"Today’s order will enable women and minority small business owners to compete on a level playing field," said state Sen. A. Donald McEachin (D-Henrico). "It will help ensure that small businesses are chosen for the quality of their work, and ...