Buc-ees Eyes Stafford As Third Virginia Location

Company has submitted a conditional use application to allow construction of a travel center with vehicle fuel sales in Garrisonville district. Buc-ees, the Texas-based chain of travel centers, is looking at Stafford County as the site of its third Virginia location. The company wants to open a travel center on a 36.18-acre site at the […]

George Washington University Administrators Sentenced By Student Tribunal

A mock tribunal at George Washington University’s Gaza Solidarity Encampment sentenced school administrators on Friday. Student agitators tried President Ellen Granberg, Provost Christopher Bracey, the Board of Trustees, campus police, and others, all in absentia. And it was all caught on camera. At one point, an unidentified female activist asks the crowd, “How do the […]

FBI Warns Of New Scam Potentially Threatening Millions Of Virginians

The FBI and Virginia Department of Transportation have issued an urgent warning to motorists about a new scam involving unpaid toll texts. Authorities consider it a significant threat that requires your immediate attention. “Smishing,” or identity theft schemes involving text messages intended to dupe you, have become increasingly common in recent years, like their closely […]

Small Businesses Protest Youngkin’s Skills Games Amendments

One hotly debated issue that has been highlighted during this year’s legislative session in Richmond has been the topic of skills games, which are a significant revenue generator for small businesses such as gas stations and convenience stores. These ‘games’ look like slot machines, but as the name suggests, involve some level of skill to […]

Youngkin Proposes Major Amendments To State Budget Bill

Governor Glenn Youngkin publicized his desire to include over 200 amendments to the state budget proposal sent his way by the Virginia General Assembly. This year’s budget is of utmost importance as it will serve as the Governor’s “legacy budget” – the only one in his single four-year term that he can oversee from start […]

Youngkin Backs Bipartisan Commitment To Fight Fentanyl Crisis

Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin signed into law Thursday Senate Bill 469, aimed at combatting the fentanyl crisis. After the bill was signed the into law, the Governor’s office shared the following in a media release: This bill strengthens the fight against the alarming and devastating crisis that has inflicted profound harm in the Commonwealth. “By […]

VA-10 Educational Leaders Endorse Aliscia Andrews

Aliscia Andrews – candidate for the Republican Primary in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District- announced today the support of several school board members in the District. Her campaign announced the following via a media release Wednesday: Three local School Board members have endorsed her campaign for Congress: Fauquier County School Board Chair Susan Pauling, Fauquier County […]