Governor McDonnell is expected to sign legislation next week that will supersede local zoning laws to allow a small, temporary, medical cottage in backyards to care for aging parents. Charles Fishburne reports.
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Virginia Beach has lost its bragging rights to having the only spectacular Paul DiPasquale Sculpture of Neptune – as the Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen installed one of its own yesterday.
Some 400 million Facebook users worldwide are being asked to become a Facebook ”fan” and help Virginia State Police solve crime, track down fugitives and locate missing persons.
Virginia State Police say they made over 7,000 traffic citations on I-95 and I-81 last weekend as they cracked down on motorists disobeying the law.
Virginia Senator Jim Webb’s bill to create a Blue Ribbon Commission on Criminal Justice Reform has been voted out of the Judiciary Committee and is awaiting a vote on the Senate Floor.
Charles Fishburne talks with the state’s newly appointed Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services, farmer and delegate, Matt Lohr.
The Obama administration’s plans to overhaul the No Child Left Behind law that went to Congress yesterday promises to “set a high bar – but provide flexibility to reach it. But as Charles Fishburne reports, it may not be flexible enough for Virginia educators.
Support for tax incentives to lure Northrop Grumman headquarters to Washington appears to be waning, while Virginia continues to pursue the company.
Developers plan to buy a former Reynolds aluminum foil plant in downtown Richmond, and convert the six acre property into a mix of residential commercial and retail space.
Henrico County has announced that Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation will remain in the county, consolidating its two plants into one state-of-the-art facility.