The Henrico Police Faith Community Coalition had a training session on security for houses of worship today (2/27), and it was attended by people concerned for their safety.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
There is a new Bay partnership that has set a goal of ten billion new oysters in the Chesapeake Bay by 2025. Some 20 organizations, businesses, non-profits and educational institutions have formed to promote the Bay’s aquaculture industry in Maryland and Virginia.
Chesterfield County officials say they have received “overwhelming” support for a planned School Safety Task Force, and it has been a long time coming.
The University of Virginia reported last week that it had sent out 1,882 letters to patient’s whose medical information may have been compromised.
Henrico County unveils its new Greenwood Park this weekend with a regional soccer tournament on four brand new fields.
Richmond’s venerable Hunton & Williams law firm has announced plans to merge with a Texas law firm that will put them in the nation’s top 50.
The University of Virginia Health system says 1,882 of their patients' medical records have been hacked and possibly viewed by an “unauthorized third party.”
VDOT is set to begin construction this month on five busy Henrico County intersections. County officials say more people are walking and they want to encourage it and make it safe.
For the first time in its 325-year history, the College of William & Mary will have a woman president. The college’s Board of Visitors selected Katherine Rowe, the current provost at Smith College in Massachusetts, and she was introduced today in Williamsburg.
UVA’s Miller Center of Public Policy has just released an index to Lyndon Johnson’s private White House Tapes on the 50th anniversary of America’s trouble year of 1968, that ended with his decision not to seek re-election, and reveals President Trump is not the first President to attack the press.