Saturday, June 10, 2023
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State Of Emergency Declared Ahead Of One Year Anniversary Of Charlottesville White Supremacist Rally

Virginia prepares for the one-year anniversary of the "Unite the Right" rally by declaring a state of emergency, and dispatching hundreds of law enforcement officers to Charlottesville and Northern Virginia.

Governor Removes Democratic Activist From Pharmacy Board After Misusing Credentials At Pipeline Protest

A Democratic activist finds out the hard way that you can't just namedrop state officials when gaining access to a closed site for a protest.

FEMA Slammed By Barbara Comstock Over Sexual Harassment Accusations Stemming From Personnel Chief

As a leading light on combating sexual harassment, Congresswoman Barbara Comstock jumps into the situation surrounding the ex-director of human resources at FEMA.

Nelson County Now Part Of CVEC’s Plan To Spread High Speed Broadband In Central...

The picturesque rolling hills of Central Virginia will now be updated will the high-speed broadband Internet service that the metropolitan areas of the Commonwealth have enjoyed for years.

Governor Northam Alludes To New Redskins Stadium In Northern Virginia

Governor Ralph Northam predicts Super Bowl appearance for Redskins and speaks about new stadium in Virginia.

Confederate Groups Plan Rally At Jefferson Davis Monument In Richmond August 19

The City of Richmond prepares for Confederate rally around the Jefferson Davis statue on Monument Avenue.

House Republicans Introduce Plan To Lower Prepaid529 College Tuition Contracts

A measure to lower the cost of Prepaid529 college savings plans has been introduced by two top GOP members in the state legislature.

“Boucher Betrayed Coal” Signs Resurface As Election In Southwest Virginia Centers On Local Economy

Haunted by campaign signage of the past, former congressman Rick Boucher joins Anthony Flaccavento's campaign in southwest Virginia.
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Virginia’s Average In-State College Tuition Up Five Percent This Year

Virginia students will be borrowing more for higher education this coming school year.
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Richmond Public Schools Has A Disappointing Trend Of Teacher Shortages

Richmond Public Schools is facing yet another teacher shortage, may have to "beg" to fill vacancies.