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.
Henry David Thoreau said “I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees.”
Norfolk is pleased to announce a data-sharing partnership with Waze, the free, real-time crowdsourced traffic and navigation app powered by the world’s largest community of drivers.
The Chrysler Museum of Art is pleased to welcome Carolyn Swan Needell, Ph.D., as the Carolyn and Richard Barry Curator of Glass. Swan Needell is an expert in ancient and modern glass and also holds valuable glassblowing and casting experience that pairs well with the Chrysler Museum’s Perry Glass Studio.
Thursday 6-8pm: Attend Art After Dark LIVE – Chinese New Year at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center.
A bipartisan, nationwide organization seeking to involve young people in politics has established a chapter in Virginia, focusing on such issues as student debt relief and government transparency, officials said Wednesday.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day on two wheels along with your bike loving friends with a free movie at The Plot in the NEON.
Chesapeake Bay Foundation President William C. Baker issued this statement following the release of the Fiscal Year 2019 Trump Administration budget, which reduced funding for EPA’s Chesapeake Bay Program by 90 percent.
Virginia is one of two states where people convicted of stealing items valued at $200 become felons. But a bipartisan deal to raise the threshold and improve restitution will help some people recover from an otherwise life-altering mistake, a delegate says.
Leaders in the fight against drunken driving were appalled after a Senate bill flew under the radar and quietly passed with a 37-3 vote, allowing Virginians to lawfully drive while intoxicated on their own property.
During months of chilly days that fade quickly into cold nights, staying connected to friends and loved ones is especially important for surviving winter.
On Thursday, April 19, 2018 at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott, VOLUNTEER Hampton Roads will honor the region’s most outstanding volunteers in more than 10 different award categories.