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The former governor of Virginia seems to have forgotten he is on trial for public corruption and is busy ticking off the slights, arguments, miscommunications, huffs and petty scorekeeping of his marriage before the Richmond jury and the ever-patient Judge Spencer as though they were all there to witness his couples counseling sessions.
Lyric Opera Virginia survived three seasons during an economic downturn, but dwindling audiences and insufficient cash caused the nonprofit company to quietly close its doors in late spring.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has ordered the formation of a brand new task force in the state focused on the issue of college sexual assault.
The Virginia Department of Transportation will close Route 674 in western Albemarle County Aug. 25-28, including overnight, for slope repairs on the roadway shoulders.
The large whale that swam around in the Elizabeth River for a week before dying on Thursday had a blunt force trauma injury consistent with a ship strike, a necropsy performed today showed.
Virginia Republican candidate for Senate Ed Gillespie will embark on a statewide bus tour that'll run through all of next week.
The Board of Visitors' first draft of its Statement of Expectations was met with ire from the public.
Interestingly, the Washington Post's editorial board has emphatically come out against Congressional candidates Barbara Comstock and John Foust stated desire to introduce legislation to co-teach the "East Sea" along side the "Sea of Japan" in text books.
After two stints as president of Ohio State University, and president of Vanderbilt University, Brown University, and the University of Colorado, he is now back for his second stint as the top man at West Virginia University in Morgantown.
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Chafin's election gives Republicans in the Virginia Senate a narrow one seat majority over Democrats, TAKING CONTROL OF THE SENATE FROM VIRULENT ANTI-GUN POLITICIANS DICK SASLAW AND DONALD McEACHIN, WHILE RENDERING ANTI-GUN LT.
There were no surprises in Tuesday's special elections. Voters in each of the three districts performed as expected.
Plans are developing for upcoming improvement projects on Route 29, and some people in Albemarle County are worrying about their livelihood.
CSX tunnel expansion decision delayed for hearing A decision on changes to a CSX tunnel in the D.C. area has been delayed.
Virginia In Action For Liberia Against Ebola, is a campaign organized by Diaspora Liberians and friends in Virginia to provide support and resources needed to control the spread of the Ebola virus in Liberia.
The Supreme Court blocked gay and lesbian couples from marrying in Virginia beginning Thursday as it edges closer to deciding whether same-sex marriage should be legalized nationwide.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 12:39 pm
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