NRC holding meetings in Surry, North Anna areas
TimesDispatch.com / Wed, 12 Mar 2014 05:34:00 -0400
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has scheduled meetings to field questions on the agency's assessment of the safety performance last year at the Surry and North Anna nuclear power plants.
Malaysia says not sure which way jet was headed
TimesDispatch.com / Wed, 12 Mar 2014 00:30:00 -0400
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — More than four days after a Malaysian jetliner went missing on route to Beijing, authorities acknowledged Wednesday they didn't know in which direction the plane and its 239 p
Ex-Va. developer gets 2½ years in prison for fraud
CHARLOTTESVILLE — A former Albemarle County developer has been sentenced to 2½ years in prison after pleading guilty to fraud charges.
3-year-old boy found wandering in Petersburg
PETERSBURG — A 21-year-old Chesterfield County resident has been charged with misdemeanor child neglect in connection with a 3-year-old boy found wandering alone Monday morning on a downtown Petersbur
JMU prof, student research ginseng restoration
HARRISONBURG — A James Madison University associate professor and a student are studying American ginseng with an eye toward developing a plan to restore the plant in the wild.
Charges dropped against Washington County deputy who killed dog
ABINGDON — Charges against a Washington County Sheriff’s deputy who killed a dog have been dismissed.
Man convicted of robbing Chesterfield mall jewelry store
A man who stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from a store at Chesterfield Towne Center last year was convicted of robbery and brandishing a firearm.
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The Richmond Department of Finance lacks the technical expertise to prepare a key financial report, according to an external auditor that reviews the city’s financial statements.
New Kent School Board stipulates needs for project
The New Kent County School Board met on Tuesday night for the first time with the proposed contractor for the Historic School renovation project, a development that one School Board member described a
Chesterfield cash proffers case likely to be delayed
The Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors tonight is expected to delay a decision on a developer’s proposal to build a 50-home subdivision off Courthouse Road and pay no fees to offset growth.
Reactions to bad manners a lesson on GOP
Notwithstanding a federal judge’s ruling overturning Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriage, Dwight Jones says his view on the issue is evolving. That’s a not-so-subtle way of saying that eventually — ma
Hanover School Board eyes new dual-enrollment courses
The Hanover County School Board pushed forward Tuesday with a multiyear plan to implement numerous dual-enrollment courses, which give students college credit, starting with a U.S. history course next
State Board of Elections changes campaign finance deadline
The State Board of Elections has moved the deadline for releasing periodic campaign finance reports from 5 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. on the day the reports are due.
Jones reaches out to Democratic leadership
The day after meeting with some of the state’s LGBT leaders, Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones, the governor’s pick for chairman of the Democratic Party of Virginia, sent a letter to party leadership exp