So much for the myth of an 8 point race...
When it comes to the fastest area of population growth in the Commonwealth, one may speculate the suburbs of Northern Virginia next to Washington, D.C., or Hampton Roads, or Richmond, but you're all wrong.
By conforming Virginia tax law to the recently-altered federal law, Virginians should be able to file their state taxes without complications by next Wednesday.
There is an underreported story regarding the fallout from Saturday's debates, and it's pretty simple to ferret out: Ralph Northam has a base problem.
400 years to the day after George Yeardley arrived in the British colony of Virginia to assume the governorship, the House of Delegates released its ambitious, multi-year project to record and share biographical sketches and legislative information on the men and women who have served as Burgesses or Delegates since 1619.
I've always said Democrat tax policies will drive people to drink.
Terry McAuliffe is back.
Richmond School Board members and the public at-large were shocked to find that the lack of money allocated for this year's infrastructure improvements within the school division was bolstered by money taken out of the budget to fix schools in the past and re-branded as "new" money.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will introduce legislation next month to raise the age limit for people to purchase tobacco products and vaping devices from 18 to 21, but it will have exemptions for those who serve in the military.
Legislation aimed at lowering prescription costs and providing better healthcare transparency is now heading to desk of Governor Ralph Northam.