Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest is resuming daily operations after a winter of weekend-only hours.
Virginia families have until the end of the month to enroll in the state's prepaid college tuition program for this year.
NRC schedules March 20 meeting to discuss 2013 operation of North Anna nuclear power plant
The Howard Hughes Corp. plans a fall or early winter groundbreaking for its Landmark Mall overhaul, Alexandria officials say, though its proposal remains under review by city planning staff.
Va. enrollment under federal health care overhaul on target, 25K shy of March 31 projection
Federal judge in Virginia allows Dollar Tree workers' case over money owed to progress
South Block Juice Company will open in the next few months. The facility will produce the juice served at South Block and will be available for pickup around the area and for home delivery.
The Shamrock Crawl, a St. Patrick's Day-themed event that bills itself as "Arlington's biggest bar crawl," will take place on Saturday.
Fredericksburg-area pawnbroker settles auto title loan violations, agrees to give refunds
Prosecutors: Ex-Virginia Gov. McDonnell not entitled to more details on his corruption charges
A police pursuit of a minivan filled with young adults ended with a serious crash that closed the Virginia I-95 ramp to Dale Boulevard for several hours Tuesday morning.
Virginia Superintendent of Public Instruction Patricia Wright to retire; has served since 2008
James Madison professor, student research ginseng ecology, hope to develop restoration plan
Residents are being advised to avoid wild animals after two rabies cases were discovered in Pittsylvania County.
A St. Louis-based company is seeking approval to erect a giant Ferris wheel at Virginia Beach's Oceanfront.
Richmond school officials have temporarily moved a principal who is suing four parents to the system's central office.
Alante Fenner scored 15 points and Terel Hall had 14 as fifth-seeded Savannah State beat 12th seed South Carolina State 64-47 on Monday in the first round of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.
A 16.5-acre property originally part of George Washington's Mount Vernon estate just sold for $18.6 million, the highest sale price in the Washington area in more than two-and-a-half years.
Charges dismissed against Washington Co. deputy who killed dog that wandered onto his property
Mom pleads guilty to neglect in son's death, case prompted audit of Va. Beach agency
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