Plans have just been announced for a $160 million hotel and water park development in Chesterfield County near the intersection of 288 and Route 360.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
Rapid transit along the Broad Street corridor just got a $25 million go-ahead grant from the US Department of Transportation.
A Wason Poll released September 10 shows Democrat Mark Warner with a commanding lead over Republican Ed Gillespie.
A Wason Poll released September 9 indicates Virginia voters strongly agree with the McDonnell verdict.
Ten children have been admitted to Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital with the same symptoms of a serious, sudden onset respiratory illness that has appeared in 11 other states.
A glimpse of living under the sea: Captain Nemo might have been comfortable 20,000 leagues under the sea, but in Virginia another couple of feet of water could be catastrophic.
A West Virginia wildlife official says a bear that attacked a Virginia man might never be captured. Colin Carpenter says the bear is still loose.
She attacked 59-year old Steven Krichbaum of Staunton, who was walking in the George Washington National Forest, when his dog went after her cubs. He was severely injured.
West Virginia regulations require that the bear be euthanized if caught, but officials say that is less likely as time goes on, and she doesn’t have any features to distinguish her from other bears in the wild.
US Senator John McCain campaigned on behalf of Republican US Senate hopeful Ed Gillespie at a campaign event in Norfolk yesterday (9/4). The former Republican presidential nominee and Gillespie appeared at a rally at a Veterans of Foreign War meeting hall, where both criticized President Obama’s foreign policy and said that automatic spending cuts known as sequestration need to come to an end. While Gillespie says the military should not be immune from spending cuts, he said defense spending needs to be budgeted in accordance with national security priories.
The Trust survey says the average American is 24 pounds heavier today that in 1960, and obesity rates have doubled in the past 35 years, although the increase seems to be levelling off in Virginia and across the country. It is a disease that will take many resources at every level to control.