VCU Police yesterday repeated their warnings to new and returning students about campus safety, following an armed robbery of two students early Monday morning.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
Henrico County just successfully sold 73.5 million dollars in bonds for the lowest rate anyone can remember.
Virginia Commonwealth University will welcome almost 4,000 freshmen this weekend as they arrive for the 2011-2012 Academic Year.
Tomorrow is the Sheriff’s 4th annual back-to-school rally to help children of inmates with their school supplies and special needs.
The National Pest Management Association and the University of Kentucky have just released a report that says there has been a double-digit growth in bedbug infestation across the country in the past year.
Virginia students scored better than their peers nationwide on the 2011 ACT college entrance exam for English.
Virginia’s Board of Social Services has agreed to extend the comment period another 30 days, on a controversial regulation some say would hinder gays and lesbians from adopting children.
Virginia State Police today are hosting law enforcement agencies from Virginia, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia as they look at the latest in law enforcement response vehicles, designed from the ground up to deal with everything from terrorists to tsunamis.
The University of Virginia’s National Marriage Project says cohabitation now
eclipses divorce as the key risk factor for children in America. Charles Fishburne reports.
Henrico County has a credit rating better than the United States Government, as it takes
73.5 million dollars in bonds to market this week. Charles Fishburne talks with Henrico Finance Director Vithoulkas about how the county has maintained its Triple A rating in