Metro has begun simulating service on its new Silver Line, with just five days left before it opens to rail commuters.
House Republicans want to use money that had been slated to build a new office building for General Assembly members to build two new nursing homes that would serve the state's veterans.
The Arlington board on Saturday adopted a 10-year capital improvement program that includes funding for both the Columbia Pike and Crystal City streetcar lines, a pair of major transit projects that are seen either as important economic initiatives or massive boondoggles.
Vulnerable local beach destinations have a new tool to protect lives and property when extreme storms hit.
Richmond seeks artist to provide public art for Brown's Island dam walk project
Virginia Beach provides online time-lapse video of bridge replacement project
Federal agency to study proposed improvements to 2 dams in Chatham
The D.C. region's dogs want for little, between doggy spa days and organic, artisan dog food. Now, if they've had a few too many truffle mac-n-cheese treats, there's a place they can go to get in shape.
Local, state officials to discuss partnership to develop Seven Bends State Park near Woodstock
In Virginia, there isn't as much as backlash to Courtland Milloy's column.
Judge denies Virginia inmate's request to represent himself in death-penalty appeal
Portsmouth creates local black history museum, building formerly Jim Crow-era library
A car plowed into a house at 9123 Bayberry Avenue, just off Liberia Avenue in Manassas on Sunday morning.
If convicted, State Delegate Joseph Morrissey could go to jail for 41 years.
Arlington will require permits for pub crawls, organizers will have to pay for county services
Cola company restoring faded 'ghost murals' across Appalachia
Frigate Elrod returns to Norfolk Naval Station after 6th Fleet deployment
Arlington officials approve $2 million in upgrades to Virginia Highlands Park
Reston's future as a transit-oriented community officially gets started next week, when the first Silver Line Metro train departs from the Wiehle-Reston East station.
Mary O'Melia left Ireland for America as a young widow with three children before she was hired as housekeeper at the White House of the Confederacy. An intimate witness to history, she also has been much of a mystery.
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