A handful of military veterans are lending their voice in support of groups concerned over plans for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, which may travel through Nelson and Augusta counties.
According to data from the Consumer Energy Alliance, 54 percent of registered voters support the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
A new sign in Nelson County is pushing back against Dominion's proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline. It's more than 20 feet long and sits across from Bold Rock Cider.
People in Nelson County who are opposed to Dominion's plans to build the Atlantic Coast Pipeline are learning how to fight the project without resorting to violence.
On Thursday Dominion announced it may need to resort to a blasting technique in order to lay pipeline for the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline along the Appalachian Mountain Ridge Line.
The debate over the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline was in Virginia Supreme Court Wednesday as judges heard two cases dealing with the ACP.
Virginia environmental regulators are requiring additional info from the developers of two proposed natural gas pipelines about how the projects will comply with water quality requirements.
People in Nelson County are getting to see firsthand how Dominion's proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline would affect their community. A “No Pipeline Road Rally” guided people on tours across the county along Route 29 to see the homes and natural areas the pipeline could impact.
Five Virginia lawmakers are joining colleagues in West Virginia and North Carolina to urge the federal government to move forward with the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Members of the Laborers International Union of North America are urging federal leaders to move forward with the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Homeowners in the Shenandoah Valley fear for their property and safety with the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline, and are raising awareness of its potential dangers for communities.
Opponents of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline are urging federal regulators to demand Dominion dig deeper into the threat of landslides.
Protesters in Charlottesville say they're growing tired of the back-and-forth fight with Dominion to stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Citizen groups against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project have filed a motion asking federal regulators to pull and revise the draft environmental impact statement.
People in the Shenandoah Valley are voicing their disappointment in what they see as a lack of accessibility to 6th District Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R). They held a protest at Augusta County Circuit Court Saturday.
Over 100 central Virginians came out to Nelson County on Wednesday to voice their comments on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to federal regulators.
Federal regulators are heading to central Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley this week to hear from people impacted by the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Democratic candidate Tom Perriello announced opposition to the Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley pipelines, while GOP candidates say they could be a catalyst for jobs and lower energy bills.
A Buckingham County farmer whose land is next to a proposed compressor station for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline is challenging the project in court.
People in Nelson County are rallying to support property owners wrapped up in lawsuits involving the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project.
Dominion does not expect delays in the approval process for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline despite changes in leadership at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. A Democratic commissioner stepped down Friday, leaving the five-member panel with just two commissioners.
A grassroots group is appealing to the federal government to stop Dominion's plan to build a natural gas compressor station in central Virginia. Concern for the New Generation formed from the congregation and community of Union Hill Baptist Church in Buckingham County.
Students across Virginia are standing up to President Trump's action to kickstart the Atlantic Coast pipeline and the Dakota Access pipeline.
The governing board of a central Virginia county has granted approval for the construction of a natural gas compressor station along the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Both sides in the battle to build a natural gas pipeline through central Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley are pouring through thousands of pages in a study filed by federal regulators.
Opponents of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline are blasting federal regulators over their draft environmental impact statement for the proposed natural gas pipeline.
A draft report released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission says changes proposed for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline reduce the environmental impacts of the project.
Supervisors in Buckingham County are considering Dominion's request to build a compressor station for its proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
A coalition of 31 Virginia businesses and groups has sent a letter to Governor Terry McAuliffe, applauding his support of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
A property owner whose land was in the path of Dominion's proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline is defending the natural gas project. He believes a majority of people support the pipeline through central Virginia, but their voices are drowned out by opposition.
Opponents of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline are planning an old fashioned Sunday property rights revival in Nelson County this weekend to band together and right the proposed pipeline.
Property owners in the path of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline are raising their voices in opposition to Dominion's project.
Results from a survey released Wednesday by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce shows that a majority of likely Virginia Voters support the plan to build the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Attorney with the Charlottesville-based Southern Environmental Law Center filed a new motion with federal regulators over the new proposed route for Dominion’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
People who live and work in the path of an alternative route for the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline are demanding answers from Dominion and federal regulators.
An online petition started by Frederick Winter of Nelson County is threatening a class action lawsuit against Dominion if the company builds its proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Dozens of Virginians are protesting against Governor Terry McAuliffe this week. Demonstrators are calling on the governor to take back his support of two natural gas pipeline projects.
Protesters in Charlottesville directed their anger over the Atlantic Coast Pipeline towards Governor Terry McAuliffe when he stopped on the Downtown Mall Thursday.
The Virginia Supreme Court is going to hear an appeal about survey access on private property.
The state Supreme Court will hear an appeal dealing with the controversial Atlantic Coast Pipeline after an Augusta County judge ruled surveyors were allowed to come on one woman’s private property.
The latest chapter in the Atlantic Coast Pipeline controversy continued on Saturday.
A new study suggests that two proposed interstate pipelines are not needed because existing pipelines can supply more than enough fuel to power the region through 2030.
Ron King, owner of Rockfish Airpark, claims that the proposed pipeline construction will put his runway out of business and potentially put surrounding residents at risk.
Participants of Hands Across Our Land met in Afton on Thursday to rally for clean, renewable energy.
Groups are speaking out after the Federal Energy Regulation Commission said it will not conduct a study about three natural gas pipelines that are scheduled to cut through Virginia.
A group opposed to Dominion's proposed natural gas pipeline is raising alarms about the company's sponsorship of the Augusta County Fair.
People in central Virginia are getting an up close look at the path of Dominion Power’s proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Opponents of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline are calling on Gov. Terry McAuliffe to take action to block the project through central Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley.
Students and faculty from the University of Virginia and James Madison University are joining forces to find out what the community thinks about the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Dominion Energy is detailing why it says it's impossible to build several alternative pipeline routes proposed by property owners at Wintergreen Resort.
Land owners in Augusta and Nelson counties are planting corn to demonstrate their disapproval for Dominion’s plans to run a natural gas pipeline through their properties.
Residents of Wintergreen Resort are banding together against Dominion's proposed route for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
On Thursday Augusta County supervisors are the latest group rallying against Dominion.
Nelson County's largest community is urging federal regulators to force Dominion to move its proposed natural gas pipeline away from their property.
A Nelson County Circuit Court Judge has ruled in favor of 37 Nelson County landowners who had denied Dominion the right to survey their properties for pipeline construction.
The ruins of a Nelson County mill are on the list of the most endangered historic places in Virginia, and some say the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline threatens it.
Dominion is moving forward with its Atlantic Coast Pipeline project. The company has submitted its responses to environmental concerns about the proposed pipeline to federal regulators.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline has completed its responses to all of FERC’s environmental information requests from December 2015 and January 2016.
The Virginia Sierra Club is urging Dominion Power to nix its pipeline projects and opt for what it believes is a more energy-efficient solution.
Dominion Energy is detailing its plan to manage the nuisance to neighbors during construction of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
A coalition of Hampton Roads state legislators is lining up behind the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
The controversial Atlantic Coast Pipeline has adjusted it's proposed path in Augusta County.
Dominion Energy will be a hosting an open house on Tuesday in Augusta County for landowners along the latest proposed path for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
On Wednesday a Nelson County Circuit Court judge decided not to make a ruling in a lawsuit between dozens of landowners and Dominion Virginia Power.
The U.S. Forest Service says the public can weigh in through March 21 on whether to allow surveys through the George Washington National Forest for a proposed natural gas pipeline.
Groups fighting the Atlantic Coast Pipeline are rallying against the new route for the pipeline, saying that no route is good enough.
According to Key-Log Economics, Dominion’s proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline could mean a loss in property value for landowners in its path.
Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC has worked with the U.S. Forest Service to find an alternative route that avoids areas in the Monongahela and the George Washington National Forests.
Members of the Commerce and Labor Committee voted down a bill favoring the property rights of homeowners in the path of the Atlantic Coat Pipeline.
The federal government is rejecting the proposed route of a natural gas pipeline through national forests in Virginia and West Virginia.
People in the path of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline are invited to a pair of meetings being held at the Government Center in Verona on Wednesday and Thursday.
Dozens of landowners and environmentalists gathered in Richmond Tuesday. They traveled there from all over the commonwealth to speak out against the planned Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Dozens of college students are lobbying Virginia leaders to take more action on climate change and clean energy initiatives.
Dominion cleared up confusion on a phone call that Nelson and Augusta County residents received regarding land surveys for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Friends of Wintergreen, a nonprofit in Nelson County, received a $50,000 challenge grant to ensure the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline is put into place responsibly.
The Charlottesville Center for Peace & Justice started an online petition asking city council and Albemarle County supervisors to ban natural gas and fracking pipeline construction.
About a dozen people carrying signs stood on the sidewalk at Dominion Virginia Power's location on Hydraulic Road in Charlottesville.
The Augusta County Board of Supervisors voted to send a drafted letter to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Wednesday.
The feds are asking Dominion Resources to send them an alternate route proposal for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Seventeen groups in Virginia and West Virginia are seeking a say on a 301-mile natural gas pipeline that would carve a path through both states.
The United States Forest Service says soil surveys conducted before Nov. 5 are discredited and should be rejected in connection with the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC submitted a supplemental filing that provides rout alternatives to minimize impacts of the proposed route on environmental, historic, and public lands issues.
Landowners and environmental groups from across Virginia and West Virginia are calling on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to conduct a single review of four related pipeline projects.
People displayed their opposition to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline by hanging prayer flags with messages throughout Nelson Co.
Virginia landowners are squaring off in court with attorneys representing energy companies over land surveys for a natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to North Carolina.
The Chairman of the Augusta County Service Authority is claiming a partial victory against Dominion's proposed natural gas pipeline.
Dominion says - after hearing concerns from the Augusta County Service Authority - its engineers found a route that will avoid the Lyndhurst Well.
The new coalition, EnergySure was just announced Thursday and organizers say the group has plans to spread the word around VA about the potential benefits of the pipeline.
A federal judge has dismissed two lawsuits from Va. landowners that claimed the state survey permission law violated the Constitution regarding the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline project.
Dozens of people in Buckingham County are going head-to-head with Dominion Virginia Power over its plan to put a natural gas compression station there.
Dominion is filing to get the Atlantic Coast Pipeline application reviewed by regulators, and opposition groups are getting ready to help people learn how to fight it.
Activists say Virginia's forests are very sensitive environments and that there is no way to avoid the destruction that would occur if the Atlantic Coast Pipeline were approved.
After years of planning and review, the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC finally submitted its project proposal to federal regulators Friday.
The Augusta County Board of Supervisors is worried the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline could endanger the county's biggest water supply.
A neighborhood in Nelson County says it now has proof that Dominion's proposed natural gas pipeline would wipe out rare plant and animal life.
Dominion will now get answers from Nelson Co. on a number of questions about growth trends, property values, erosion and water, and county projects that are currently planned along the proposed pipeline route.
The Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League met at the Freedom of Speech Wall to protest the fossil fuel companies that are putting infrastructure on private property.
A federal judge is reviewing Dominion's request to throw out a lawsuit filed by five Nelson County landowners who are trying to stop the company from surveying for the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Nearly 70, anti-pipeline protesters from the organization, Friends of Nelson, lined up along Rt. 20 hoping to catch the attention of pipeline supporter, Gov. McAuliffe.
The man who oversees the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest is expressing concern over Dominion's proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Senator Tim Kaine is asking the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to consider some major changes to plans for proposed pipelines.
Friends of Nelson says it used to send an average of 70 letters to Virginia leaders a week, now it's at 170 a week.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC has adopted a route variation for the proposed natural gas pipeline so that it avoids a historically significant area in Nelson County.
Agencies opposed to Dominion's proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline are picking apart some the company's arguments that the 550-mile line will have economic benefits.
The Woods Mill Homeowners Association just sent letters to Dominion and federal regulators, showing the project cutting right through the middle of the development.
Environmental and conservation groups in West Virginia and Virginia are taking a stand against the proposed route of a 550-mile natural gas pipeline.
Several environmental groups are trying to draw people in Albemarle County into the fight against the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
The Consumer Energy Alliance poll finds a majority of Virginians support the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
People in Nelson County say the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission got vital information wrong from scoping meetings for the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline has filed legal actions against 27 landowners in Nelson, Augusta, and Buckingham who refused to give permission to survey along the proposed route.
Nelson County's largest employer is joining the opposition to Dominion Resource's proposed path for a natural gas pipeline.
Dominion Resources and its partners have identified some alternate routes in Augusta and Nelson counties for portions of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Federal regulators are denying a request by a trio of lawmakers to hold more public hearings on Dominion Resources' proposed natural gas pipeline.
Dominion Resources and opposition groups to its planned Atlantic Coast Pipeline are reacting to public comments about the project.
College students concerned about the future of the environment are riding along the proposed route of Dominion's natural gas pipeline and talking to landowners along the way.
College students from across Virginia are participating in a 10-day “resistance ride" along the proposed route for Dominion Resources' natural gas pipeline.
The Forest Service is giving the green light to surveying in the George Washington National Forest for a proposed natural gas pipeline.
A documentary sharing the stories of people fighting Dominion's proposed natural gas pipeline will debut this weekend in Charlottesville.
Tuesday the Consumer Energy Alliance submitted over 20,000 comments in support of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
The association that represents thousands of property owners in Nelson County is joining the opposition to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine has sent a letter to federal regulators, asking them to consider making "appropriate changes" to their scoping meeting process.
The Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors has sent a letter to Governor McAuliffe highlighting their property rights concerns with the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Some landowners will soon see new letters requesting permission to survey their land for the Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline project.
Opponents of the proposed natural gas pipeline that would cut through Virginia held a protest in Richmond Tuesday, demanding Governor McAuliffe rescind his support of the project.
An architect in Nelson Co. is building a unique bed and breakfast to resemble a German village. Now, he says a planned natural gas pipeline threatens to end his business before it ever gets started.
5th District Congressman Robert Hurt says he's more concerned that everyone's opinions on the proposed pipeline are taken into consideration than about the final results.
U.S. Senator Mark Warner sent a letter to federal regulators asking them to clarify their policies for gathering public input on projects that could impact the environment.
The Augusta County Board of Supervisors is calling for another meeting with federal regulators about a proposed natural gas pipeline project.
Businesses along Nelson County's Route 151 corridor are coming out against Dominion Resource's proposed natural gas pipeline project, urging the company to use a different route.
Federal regulators made their way to Augusta County for another in a series of meetings about Dominion Resource's controversial natural gas pipeline.
All Pain No Gain, a group fighting against Dominion Resource's proposed natural gas pipeline, will be distributing 1,000 signs along Route 29 and 151 in Augusta and Nelson Counties
Wednesday night. the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission heard from people who live along the proposed natural gas pipeline path in Nelson County.
A temporary special-use permit has been issued to survey a portion of the George Washington National Forest for the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Augusta County.
Opponents of the proposed Virginia route of a 550-mile natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to North Carolina have launched a campaign to enlist more allies in their fight.
Wintergreen property owners are joining the opposition to a proposed pipeline through Nelson Co. An alternative route Dominion wants to survey passes right through part of the mountaintop resort.
Dominion Virginia Power held an open house in Nelson County about a controversial natural gas pipeline set to cross parts of central Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley.
Augusta County supervisors are concerned that the proposed Dominion natural gas pipeline could pose a risk to local groundwater and stream water.
Dominion is coming to Nelson County Tuesday to talk with landowners about the proposed natural gas pipeline, while Friends of Nelson is rallying its supporters and raising funds for the fight.
Two citizen groups that have led the opposition to Dominion's proposed natural gas pipeline have joined forces to produce an economic report on the economic impact of the pipeline.
The FERC is beginning a study of the environmental impact of Dominion's plan for a natural gas pipeline through central Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley.
Dominion is admitting a mistake in letters sent this week to landowners asking permission to survey proposed alternate routes for a proposed natural gas pipeline.
A federal judge has allowed the state to intervene in a Virginia lawsuit challenging Dominion Resources' right to survey private property for a proposed pipeline.
Landowners in Augusta, Nelson and Buckingham will receive letters from Dominion Resources asking permission to survey their properties for alternate routes for a proposed natural gas pipeline.
Richmond police have arrested 10 people during a protest against the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
A study commissioned by the companies planning to build a pipeline to deliver natural gas to the Southeast says the project would lower customer energy bills and increase employment.
Homeowners and concerned neighbors from Nelson County lobbied in Richmond for bills that would limit Dominion's authority with surveying residents' properties for a natural gas pipeline project.
More than 270 people showed up to the Verona Government Center for a public hearing on Dominion's proposed natural gas pipeline that would cut through Augusta and Nelson Counties.
Landowners in Nelson County are pushing back against Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC for trying to survey their land for the Dominion natural gas pipeline.
Environmentalists and western Virginia property owners rallied in opposition to a proposed 550-mile natural gas pipeline Friday at the state Capitol.
Dominion Resources is dropping lawsuits against 14 landowners because their properties are no longer in the path of a proposed natural gas pipeline.
Hundreds of people came out to Nelson County High School to learn about a proposed natural gas pipeline that would cross around 40 miles of the county.
Hundreds of people packed into a community center in Nelson County Sunday to learn the latest developments in the fight against a proposed natural gas pipeline.
Protestors in downtown Charlottesville spoke out Saturday against a proposed natural gas pipeline project.
Friday is the deadline to send comments to the U.S. Forest Service on a proposed natural gas pipeline whose route includes the George Washington National Forest.
A group opposing a proposed natural gas pipeline through Nelson County plans to raise money to pay for a study of the project's impact on landowners.
Parents and Augusta Co. supervisors are expressing concern over a natural gas pipeline that may be built within a half-mile of three schools.
Groups opposed to the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline are offering to help Nelson County officials with research and information on the pipeline that would deliver natural gas to the Southeast.
Dominion Resources is suing 47 Augusta County property owners who won't allow the company to survey their properties for a proposed natural gas pipeline.
Energy provider Dominion Resources Inc. says a proposed pipeline that would deliver natural gas to the Southeast would provide more than $25 million in annual local property taxes.
Friends of Nelson County is voicing its concern about the Dominion pipeline again, this time saying building it could be dangerous.
Dominion seeks dismissal of residents' lawsuit challenging proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Earlier this year Dominion asked for permission to survey Augusta and Nelson properties that may be affected by a proposed pipeline. Many property owners didn't respond or said no, so now Dominion is asking again.
Members of 22 groups from central Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley have united against Dominion's plans to run a natural gas pipeline through their properties
An Augusta man plans to challenge a statute Dominion says allows it to survey for a controversial pipeline with or without a landowner's permission.
Staunton City Council has unanimously adopted a resolution opposing the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe is staking out an energy plan for VA that promotes more renewable sources such as solar and wind, as well as traditional resources including natural gas.
The fight against a proposed natural gas pipeline that would cut through parts of Virginia, including Nelson County, is headed to federal court.
We're learning more about what people across the region are planning to do in their fight against a proposed natural gas pipeline.
Staunton City Council called for a resolution Thursday night opposing the Dominion natural gas pipeline.
The Nelson County Board of Supervisors has gone on record as opposing a proposed $5 billion natural gas pipeline.
Several groups are joining forces to fight the proposed Dominion Atlantic Coast pipeline, and they hope Governor Terry McAuliffe got the message.
The Atlantic coast natural gas pipeline proposal has people in Augusta County outraged.
Nelson supervisors are speaking out after the governor's public endorsement of the controversial pipeline that would cut through the state.
While the governor is excited about the proposed pipeline that would cut across Virginia, many people in Augusta County are anything but.
Gov. McAuliffe says a natural gas pipeline that will cross Virginia will benefit those living here, but others have reservations about the project.
Hundreds of Augusta residents came out Wednesday night to ask Dominion representatives about a gas pipeline proposed to cut through the county.
Nelson supervisors brought up concerns about a natural gas pipeline with the company proposing it, and dozens showed up to listen in.
Nelson supervisors are meeting with Dominion representatives Tuesday night to discuss the proposed natural gas pipeline that would cut through the county.
Three groups in Nelson County that formed separately in opposition to a proposed natural gas pipeline are now forming a united front to stop the plans.
The people of Augusta will soon have a chance to ask Dominion Power about a proposed natural gas pipeline that could cross through parts of Virginia.
Dominion has agreed to comply with requests from the Nelson BOS to present details of its plans for a natural gas pipeline to the board before surveying work proceeds.
Six people in Nelson County have filed a lawsuit against Dominion Transmission to keep them from surveying on their land.
Nelson County supervisors say they want more information before they allow Dominion crews to survey for a gas pipeline.
Transition Staunton-Augusta hosted an event Wednesday night opposing a proposed Dominion pipeline that would run through Virginia.
Hundreds packed the Rockfish Community center Sunday to talk about ways to put a stop to a proposed pipeline by Dominion resources that would cross many of their properties.
Dominion is proposing to build a natural gas pipeline through Nelson County. Sunday, hundreds of people packed the library in Lovingston to rally against the pipeline plans.
There are plans being floated for a new natural gas pipeline across part of Virginia, including a section that could cross George Washington National Forest.