A few days after the Republican-controlled House of Delegates reached a bipartisan compromise on Medicaid expansion, both conservative and progressive citizen groups are voicing their concerns.
In less than two weeks, March 2-4, the Hampton Roads Convention Center welcomes the return of the Eighth annual Hampton Roads Tattoo Arts Festival.
On July 1, Tennessee added a rare genetic disorder called MPS I to its newborn screening program.
“You’re pre-approved!” CashNetUSA, a Chicago-based company, exclaimed in a letter to Alexandria resident Mark Levine. “$1,000 is waiting!”
The Virginia General Assembly’s 2018 session has reached its midpoint, with more than 1,000 bills passing between the House and Senate, including potential changes to health care, criminal justice and transportation.
In honor of World Spay Day on February 27, PETA is offering half-price spay and neuter surgeries for four-legged family members under 80 pounds.
A Senate bill extending the moratorium on permanently closing coal ash ponds appears to be the only legislation on the issue poised to move forward from this General Assembly session.
The ViBe Creative District nonprofit is seeking 10 artists to complete 10 murals at 10 different locations within the arts district this Spring.
Most of us can name a favorite book. We can also name a favorite album or record. But what if the two were one and the same? Enter Skin & Earth, a comic series AND album, both written by Canadian alt-pop musician Lights.
Gov. Ralph Northam recently praised the American spy thriller series “Homeland” for bolstering Virginia’s film industry and boosting the state’s economy. Recent studies add context to how Virginia attracts these productions through tax incentives and how such productions benefit the state.
Virginia distillers may soon be toasting the General Assembly after the Senate passed a bill to let liquor manufacturers keep more of the money from selling their spirits in tasting rooms.
American Sign Language may soon be offered as a foreign language credit in Virginia high schools.
You know them. You hate them. The tolls.
Virginia legislators are seeking to mitigate the personal and economic consequences of their constituents’ student loan debt by creating a state-level ombudsman to troubleshoot problems and educate borrowers regarding college loans.