AP poll shows nearly two-thirds want their House member replaced
TimesDispatch.com / Wed, 11 Dec 2013 04:37:00 -0500
Heading into a congressional election year, Americans hold Congress in strikingly low regard, and nearly two-thirds say they would like to see their House member replaced, a new poll finds.
Norfolk community center closer to completion
PilotOnline.com / Wed, 11 Dec 2013 00:25:22 -0500
NORFOLK Capt. Brett Meredith requests your indulgence.
Chesapeake rejects Knell’s Ridge Apartments
PilotOnline.com / Wed, 11 Dec 2013 00:09:44 -0500
CHESAPEAKE Saying it would strain already crowded schools and hurt the city's bottom line, the City Council late Tuesday rejected a developer's plan to build 192 apartments in a commercial zone. By a vote of 6-3, the council denied a rezoning request that would have allowed the project, Knell's Ridge Apartments, to be built near the intersection of Battlefield and Knell's Ridge boulevards.
U.Va. financial aid program cutbacks fuel debate
PilotOnline.com / Wed, 11 Dec 2013 00:02:28 -0500
They gathered, nearly 60 strong, at the University of Virginia’s landmark Rotunda last month. While the university’s Board of Visitors deliberated within, students stood silently outside, many dressed in black. Some had sealed their mouths with duct tape inscribed with a message: “Access denied.”
RMA votes to transfer Diamond to city at end of 2014
RMA votes to transfer baseball stadium to Richmond.
McDonnell urges $38 million for mental health system
Gov. Bob McDonnell wants to pump $38.3 million into state system, urges changes.
Schapiro: Get ready for the Republicans’ version of McAuliffe
He’s a former national party chairman, a go-to guy for big-buck contributions. He’s a Washington fixer who made his fortune at the cozy intersection of politics and pal-dom. After years of running stu
Henrico board votes to oppose landfillPage 1 of 81 pages 1 2 3 > Last »
The Henrico County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to enact a resolution opposing the expansion of a county landfill.
Virginia lotteries for Dec. 10
CIA papers show Panetta spoke on bin Laden raid
Pa. couple hurt in Oct. on I-95 hit by shotgun pellets
A Pennsylvania couple seriously injured two months ago while driving on Interstate 95 near the Richmond city limits were struck by shotgun pellets, possibly from a gunman who pulled up alongside them.
Thai democracy enters dangerous new crossroads
BANGKOK Protesters waging a surreal political fight to oust Thailand’s elected prime minister are trying to establish what amounts to a parallel government — one complete with “security volunteers” to
School Board extends superintendent’s contract
The Chesterfield County School Board on Tuesday unanimously approved a new four-year contract for Superintendent Marcus J. Newsome and swore in its newest member.
Former defense contractor enters guilty plea
CHARLOTTESVILLE — A former Defense Department contractor is facing prison time after pleading guilty to charges related to the removal of classified materials.