Governor Bob McDonnell and First Lady Maureen McDonnell observed Veterans Day yesterday by volunteering at the Richmond Fisher House. .
Governor McDonnell has announced federal disaster designations for 60 localities, covering two-thirds of the state.
In addition to being Cancer Awareness Month, November is Pet Awareness Month and a local organization has answers for animal lovers.
The Virginia Interfaith Center will present one of the founders of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Monday evening at 6 at the Holocaust Museum.
On this Veterans Day, the last surviving American veteran of the First World War wants Congress to create a memorial in Washington.
Following up on his comments on long-time Armstrong High Coach Maxie Robinson, Brooks Smith tells about Stretch Gardner, the equally illustrious all-sport coach at rival Maggie Walker High School.
Richmond’s highly-regarded Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Budget and Finance has just been named Norfolk’s new city manager. Charles Fishburne reports.
Friday is the deadline for those seeking fuel assistance through the Virginia Department of Social Services…Charles Fishburne reports.
Tomorrow is Veteran’s Day. The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month marking the end of World War I but honoring all U.S. service veterans. A ceremony tomorrow in Suffolk is unique.
Governor Bob McDonnell has approved an action plan for the 1.45 billion dollars found in the recent independent VDOT performance audit. Craig Carper reports.