The deadline to apply for 2010 cooling assistance is next Monday…and as Charles Fishburne reports, even though many have applied, there is still money left for those who need it.
The FBI says it has arrested a man suspected of being the infamous “Granddad bandit,” after his picture was posted on digital billboards across the country. Charles Fishburne reports.
The Henrico County Board of Supervisors and Cumberland County have approved a Memorandum of Understanding regarding a proposed reservoir project.
Yesterday was the first meeting of the Secure Commonwealth Panel since the new administration’s inauguration. Craig Carper reports.
Thea Marshall wonders why a town, established in the Northern Neck way back in 1692 as Richmond Courthouse, would change its name to Warsaw.
South Hill Farmers Market is still in full swing in Mecklenburg County. Jeanne Faulconer visited the market Saturday and found more than vegetables.
The downturn in the economy may be resulting in more violence against health care professionals in general and nurses in particular. And as Charles Fishburne reports, Virginia nurses are looking for ways to defuse a potentially dangerous trend.
Another sign of the times, as the University of Virginia removes about 3,850 land line telephones from residence halls. As Charles Fishburne reports, students just don’t use them anymore.
Last week Dominion Virginia Power workers planned to have a party at their Tredegar campus to gather school supplies. They had to cancel.
The only suspect in a triple shooting in Petersburg is in jail.