Shockoe baseball stadium plan wins initial backing 6-3
The Richmond City Council chose Monday to press ahead with the plan for a baseball stadium in Shockoe Bottom, but the 6-3 vote leaves little room for error as Mayor Dwight C. Jones sets out to finalize the project’s details.
Monday’s vote, which occurred around 11 p.m. after a marathon session, was not the final decision, but it was the first major test for the development plan unveiled by the mayor late last year.
InsideNova.com / Thu, 24 Jul 2014 07:28:00 -0400
The chairman of the Arlington County Republican Committee said the party will wait to see what field emerges in the upcoming School Board special election, before it considers endorsing a candidate.
InsideNova.com / Thu, 24 Jul 2014 11:30:00 -0400
Real estate agent Forrest Odend’hal has been named manager of Long & Foster Real Estate’s Alexandria/Old Town Historic District office. Odend’hal previously managed the Gainesville and Manassas of
PilotOnline.com / Thu, 24 Jul 2014 18:57:12 -0400
After years of financial struggle, the foundation that owns schooner Virginia is putting the iconic vessel up for sale. The money needed to sail and maintain the state's tall ship consistently outpaced the amount brought in by fundraising and sailing programs, said Tom Ackiss, president of the board for the Virginia Maritime Heritage Foundation.
PilotOnline.com / Thu, 24 Jul 2014 21:07:37 -0400
CHERITON “Prayers for Cherrystone,” read the hand-lettered sign outside American Legion Post 56, a couple of miles from the campground where two people died Thursday when a tornado dropped a tree on their tent.
TimesDispatch.com / Thu, 24 Jul 2014 16:38:00 -0400
DARBY, Pa. (AP) — Authorities say a doctor wounded by a patient in a deadly shooting at a suburban Philadelphia hospital campus appears to have been the person who returned fire and wounded the patien
Roanoke.com / Thu, 24 Jul 2014 15:36:00 -0400
The state Department of Labor and Industry is investigating the accident.
Roanoke.com / Thu, 24 Jul 2014 16:17:00 -0400
Virginia regulators are moving against the Roanoke-based coal mining enterprises of Jim Justice to restore mined land at company expense because, they say, Justice isn’t doing it.