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Potential poisons are everywhere and could cause serious harm to you or your loved ones.
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On Sunday, Elites took an afternoon to spend some quality time with their furrier halves! Olde Towne Pet resort welcomed the Northern VA Elite Squad with open arms -- and open paws -- to give everyone in attendance a taste of the sweet life.
5 hrs ago | Loudoun Times
Notable legislation that passed the Virginia General Assembly during the 2014 legislative session: Mental Health: The General Assembly passed a series of measures aimed at improving the state's treatment of the mentally ill in the wake of an assault on Sen. R. Creigh Deeds by his son.
9 hrs ago | WRIC-TV Richmond
The Civil War Trust is seeking volunteers from across Virginia to help clean and restore 16 battlefield sites in the state.
Jeanina Jenkins, a 20-year-old high- school graduate from St. Louis, is stuck in a $7.82-an-hour part-time job at McDonald's that she calls a "last resort" because nobody would offer her anything better.
A former Virginia legislator convicted of bribery and extortion says he doesn't believe he deserves to be in prison, but he remains upbeat.
Doug Wood, trail coordinator for the southern end of the 330-mile Allegheny Trail, goes over the approximate path he and a group of volunteers will follow in blazing a mile-long section of trail on Peters Mountain, near the Virginia-West Virginia border.
A hymn rang out over the grounds of the Mariners' Museum Saturday afternoon. Civil War-era guns were fired in salute and a blue-clad bugler played taps.
Release, Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue: To help residents of Virginia practice tornado safety, a Statewide Tornado Drill will be held Tuesday, March 11, at 9:45 a.m. So far, more than 391,000 people have registered for the drill.
This story is a sample from the Norfolk Compass, which is included in The Virginian-Pilot every Sunday in Norfolk.
The 2014 regular session of the General Assembly adjourned Saturday without a deal on healthcare expansion or the state's two year, $97 billion budget.
The Virginia General Assembly wrapped up temporarily Saturday, passing mental health system reforms, rolling back state testing requirements for schools and agreeing to a new slate of ethics rules on its last day of regular session.
But the big disagreement -- whether the state budget should include a provision to expand Medicaid coverage to low-income Virginians -- seems to be stalemated.
As Virginia's 2014 legislative session comes to close, activists are taking stock.
For those who want to take a break from the Shockoe Stadium shocker, here is a different kind of shocker: A bipartisan solution, meeting all the objectives of both the VA GOP and the VA Democrats, to avoid a possible government shutdown due to a budget deadlock.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain is creating slick roads in part of western Virginia.