New Norfolk sewer pipe stored in Lafayette River
PilotOnline.com / Tue, 22 Apr 2014 22:52:03 -0400
NORFOLK Before running an 1,800-foot sewage pipe deep under a river, you first have to fuse it together. Piece by 50-foot plastic piece. As it grows, you'll need a place to store it. A big place. Like the Lafayette River. Good thing it floats.
Authorities search canal for missing Richmond man
TimesDispatch.com / Tue, 22 Apr 2014 22:48:00 -0400
Authorities searched the Kanawha Canal in Shockoe Bottom on Tuesday evening for the body of 24-year-old Randall William Collins, who has been missing for weeks.
Mourning South Korea pulls team from Tattoo
PilotOnline.com / Tue, 22 Apr 2014 22:33:14 -0400
NORFOLK A nation in mourning has called its musicians home. South Korea has pulled its team from the Virginia International Tattoo, which starts Thursday at Scope. After last week's ferry capsizing, "It didn't seem appropriate for us to participate in such festivities," said Byungjin Kang, a 26-year-old corporal assigned to the traditional army band of the Republic of Korea.
Admissions ruling expected to have little immediate impact in Va.
Virginia universities consider race as part of a “holistic” review of a student during the admissions process, but that practice will not be changed immediately, if at all, by Tuesday’s U.S. Supreme C
Nebraska-based company to procure corn for Hopewell ethanol plant
The owner and operator of a formerly shuttered ethanol plant in Hopewell has contracted with a Nebraska-based company to help start the operation.
Virginia’s state lab opens its doors to high school students
Virginia high school students put on white lab coats, goggles and blue latex gloves Tuesday to extract strawberry and kiwi DNA from test tubes, set off chain chemical reactions with hydrogen peroxide
Schapiro: McAuliffe learns his job the hard way
Bill Howell won’t be in his usual spot today, at the dais in the House of Delegates, presiding over that restless body with his outsized gavel, clever one-liners and occasional glare. The Republican s
Chesterfield supervisors vote on budget todayPage 4 of 94 pages « First < 2 3 4 5 6 > Last »
Chesterfield County supervisors will decide this afternoon whether they can agree on a set of eleventh-hour budget cuts instead of increasing homeowners’ tax rates.
Former Chesterfield man pleads guilty to fatally shooting horse with stolen firearm
A Cosby High School graduate has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting a beloved horse at Ellis Farm last summer in Chesterfield County with a pistol he stole from a car during a string of vehicle break-
Henrico board backs budget
The Henrico County Board of Supervisors adopted its budget for the coming fiscal year with little debate Tuesday night. The budget includes raises for county employees, including teachers, and holds t
Small elementary school redistricting planned
About 120 students at J.A. Chalkley Elementary School may be reassigned to nearby Jacobs Road Elementary School next school year in an attempt to reduce overcrowding.
Bedden reflects on first 100 days, future
Today, Richmond Public Schools Superintendent Dana T. Bedden marks his 100th day on the job.
McAuliffe wants to let insurers offer renewals
Gov. Terry McAuliffe wants to open the door for insurers to offer consumers the opportunity to renew health policies that do not comply with new underwriting standards in the Affordable Care Act and s
Lawmakers seek answers on U.S. 460
A legislative committee will try to determine today how a public-private partnership to build a $1.4 billion toll road along U.S. 460 turned into a conventional design-build deal that placed almost al