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Gov. Bob McDonnell said Tuesday that he would add more than $38 million for mental health services in the two-year budget he will present to the General Assembly next week.
Del. Rob Krupicka will put an emphasis on legislation related to mental health services and education when the General Assembly convenes in January, he told members of the Del Ray Citizens Association Monday night.
Get the mentally ill the services they need before their illness ends in tragedy.
Governor McDonnell wants to increase funding and create a task force to look at ways to stop mental health crisis.
Building on his commitment to ensure that every child in Virginia, regardless of their zip code, has access to a top quality education, Governor Bob McDonnell today announced that his FY 2015/2016 budget will include $582.6 million in increased funding for the biennium for K-12 and pre-kindergarten education.
One dozen women have been selected from Virginia's four centuries of history to be memorialized with a bronze monument on Capitol Square.
Governor McDonnell is naming this week "School and Campus Safety Week" in Virginia.
An attorney for state Sen. Mark Obenshain hinted in court Monday that the Republican would consider using an obscure law to throw the outcome of the attorney general's race into the hands of the General Assembly.
With just weeks to go in his term, Governor Bob McDonnell stopped in the valley to recognize the efforts here to curb hunger statewide.
Democrat Mark Warner is up for re-election in 2014. The talk over who the Republicans will have face off with him has already started.
Gov. Bob McDonnell came to the McKee Foods plant Monday to thank local businesses for dominating a statewide charity competition thanks to a boost from the sweet-cake maker.
At the end of every year, we like to look back at the best of politics and deliver a few awards.
Police, prosecutors and residents shouldn't tolerate businesses that flaunt the law and become havens for violence.
Huntington Ingalls Industries announced today that its Newport News Shipbuilding division has officially opened its new Apprentice School, located at 3101 Washington Ave. in downtown Newport News.