Herring Announces $9.29M in Debt Relief for Nearly 1K former ITT Students in Virginia
Attorney General Herring announced that he has secured $9.29 million in debt relief for nearly 1,000 former ITT Tech students in Virginia as part of a 43 state multistate settlement.
Virginia Law Prohibiting Sale of Nicotine Products to Persons Under 21 Effective July 1
Beginning July 1, Virginia retailers will be prohibited from selling nicotine products to individuals under 21. The new law allows active duty military aged 18 or older with a valid military ID to purchase nicotine products.
Albemarle Supervisors to Look at Habitat for Humanity's Plans for Southwood
Albemarle County supervisors will take up a performance agreement between the county and Habitat for Humanity for the first phase of a revitalization project at the Southwood mobile home park.
Virginia Announces 3 New Solar Projects in Halifax and Orange Counties
Governor Northam announced that the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality has issued permits for the construction and operation of three new solar projects in Halifax and Orange counties.
Senators Warner & Kaine Introduce Resolution Honoring Victims of Virginia Beach Shooting
U.S. Senators Warner and Kaine introduced a resolution honoring the 12 victims of the mass shooting in Virginia Beach, as well as the first responders, city officials, and the entire Virginia Beach community.
Former Virginia Attorney General Named to US Immigration Post
Ken Cuccinelli, a former Virginia attorney general and outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump's hard-line immigration policies, has been named acting director of the agency that manages legal immigration.
Change of Venue Sought for Confederate Monument Hearing
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Charlottesville are requesting a change of venue for the proceedings, citing potential jury bias in the case of what they say was the illegal removal of Confederate monuments.
Charlottesville Parks & Recreation Kicks Off Sunday Sundowns at Washington Park Pool
The weather on Sunday was not perfect for people who wanted to spend the day outside but some families in Charlottesville did not let the rain bother them as they enjoyed some time by the pool.
Police Detail Man's Threat Behind Panic at DC LGBTQ Parade
A man threatened another person with a BB gun during an LGBTQ pride parade in the nation's capital and set off a panic that sent hundreds of people, who mistakenly believed gunshots were fired, running in fear, police...
Charlottesville High School Graduate Celebrates Beating the Odds, Surprise Party
Raquel Monroe beat the odds when she graduated from CHS, after losing her vision due to a brain tumor 2 years prior. On Saturday, her friends and family gathered to surprise the new graduate and congratulate her on her perseverance.
Reverend Speaks at The Haven About Serving 'the Least, the Last, the Lost and the Lowly'
On Saturday, Impact Charlottesville - a group bringing together people from different faiths to create change - and the Notre Dame Club of Charlottesville hosted Reverend David T. Link.