Prince William County thinks it has the right angle to bolster its economic development and marketing efforts.
A 65-year-old bicyclist has been seriously injured after being hit by a car that had traveled up to five miles on a bike trail.
Online parenting platforms, support groups and listservs are popping up all over the country. More parents are relying on these sites and mailing lists for support and advice from other parents going through similar situations.
The wife of Virginia's governor made as much money as a teacher's starting salary to consult for several days for philanthropic arm of one of Virginia's major coal companies.
Two men were killed early Saturday morning when the taxi they were riding in was struck head-on by another car on Fairfax County Parkway.
Local groups work to establish barn quilt trail in Washington County
Companies, Winchester residents replace trees destroyed by 2012 windstorm
Va. Beach, state partner to expand river access, dock and pier being built at First Landing
Virginia registrar offices will be open Saturday for in-person absentee balloting
Portsmouth, Norfolk to commemorate bicentennial of War of 1812's Battle of Craney Island
Has the success of the Washington Nationals changed the culture and economy for baseball in this region? There is some evidence to suggest it.
Dave Matthews to speak at Monticello's 51st annual July 4 naturalization ceremony
An Appalachian Power spokesman says a squirrel is responsible for a power outage at Roanoke Regional Airport.
Va. hometown for famous Smithfield hams divided on proposed buyout by Chinese company
An Albemarle County supervisor who pleaded guilty to sexual battery has survived an attempt to remove him from office.
A veterans hospital in Richmond has joined a national research initiative to develop a genetic database with DNA samples from 1 million veterans.
The woman was walking alone along the Four Mile Run trail near Glencarlyn Park when a man attacked her with a knife.
The Alexandria City Council this week moved to require all cabs in the city to accept credit cards by September, with fares remaining the same. And this weekend, the first D.C. cabs with credit-card readers are on the road. With them comes a new fare structure.
Construction will start this week on a new baseball-soccer stadium at the intersection of Route 7 and the Loudoun County Parkway.
Accreditation official: St. Paul's College in Virginia to close; school dates to 1888