Marijuana law reform advocates are refocusing their agenda after Virginia’s Senate majority leader introduced a bill that eliminates jail time for first-offense possession but falls short of decriminalization — a concept he earlier said he would support.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) Friday filed an appeal of the Virginia State Water Control Board’s water quality certification for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
A public engagement planning workshop to discuss the Dome Site Project — the development of the former site of the old Dome pavilion — will be held Wednesday, Jan. 31, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Virginia Beach Convention Center (1000 19th St.).
The fight to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in Virginia has gained momentum with the national discourse about sexual harassment and gender equity and social media campaigns such as #MeToo and #YesAllWomen.
The “musical phenomenon” Les Misérables, is coming to Chrysler Hall this week from Tuesday, January 23 to Sunday, January 28.
Old Dominion University’s Dr. Hongyi “Michael” Wu and Dr. Sachin Shetty will discuss their research on networked cyber-physical systems for security, safety, and emergency management as well as modeling and analysis of threats to protect next generation systems at Coelacanth Brewing on Wednesday, January 24th.
If you have not been to a Monster Jam, you must not have a boy or girl in your life who loves trucks, noise, dirt, wheelies, crashes, suspense, thrills, and good, clean, PG-rated fun.
Advocates for marijuana policy reform will come to Richmond for a conference on Sunday and Monday to push for legislation that would decriminalize simple possession of marijuana by adults as well as expand medical access to the drug.
Coming up on my year after graduating from Old Dominion University, I can’t help but reflect on the reasons I’m still in the town I grew up in.
With a whirlwind of medical marijuana bills crammed into a two-month General Assembly session, Virginians may see smoke billowing from its Capitol depending on the amount and pace of bills discussed and passed.
It’s been a long and hungry road for downtown Norfolk residents.
Thursday 4:30-9pm: It’s a blast from the past during SMARTCADE at Smartmouth Beer.
An assortment of bills designed to revise standards for drawing Virginia’s electoral districts could be the beginning of the end for gerrymandering in the commonwealth, according to redistricting reform proponents.
After 23 exhibitions featuring 215 local, national, and international artists, Glass Wheel Studio in the NEON quietly closed its doors for the last time in late December.