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Following graduation from ESU in 2003, Semcheski spent the summer working at the ESU-affiliated Marine Science Consortium on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
Should religious groups be tax exempt?
Whose policies do more to help the poor?
Old Dominion University is seeking state funding for 170 new full-time faculty positions in an effort to bring its student-faculty ratio in line with other Virginia universities.
A retired Air Force veteran who has fought an erroneous parking ticket for more than a year now wants D.C. prosecutors to charge the ticket writer and the Department of Motor Vehicles with crimes.
Congratulations, you're blind adherence to theocracy has marginalized the GOP. You've effectively handed the state of Virginia to the Democratic Party.
At the November meeting of the Westmoreland County Board of Supervisors, a resolution was passed naming this Friday, Dec. 6 as Virginia is for Lovers Day.
Transportation bills approved by the 2013 General Assembly not only boost transit and rail project funding, they require a new method for figuring out how much money states will provide to transit systems, and how much localities must add to the pot.
The Department of Motor Vehicles has redesigned the state's standard license plate to incorporate the "Virginia is for lovers" slogan.
The Department of Motor Vehicles has redesigned the state's standard license plate to incorporate the "Virginia is for lovers' slogan.
Most Virginians agree that a great education is fundamental to the pursuit of the American dream.
West Virginia and 25 other states and a territory are joining together to fight an attempt by the federal government to prosecute the sale of guns between legal gun owners.
Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe was among the leaders meeting today in Richmond to talk about the changes ahead for Virginia.
In Virginia, restaurant inspection reports aren't quite as simple as getting a letter grade or an easy to see number rating to post in the front window.
If so, VCDL is putting together a special committee to monitor mental-health bills that will be coming up in the General Assembly in January.
West Virginia is officially lit for the holiday season. Governor and First Lady Tomblin kicked off the Christmas season with the annual joyful night celebration.
Mark R. Warner , bipartisan deal-maker, stands with hands on hips in his gubernatorial portrait, looking ready for horse-trading.
A few months ago, a furor erupted when a University of Virginia committee proposed privatizing the institution.