(Virginia Beach)- Virginia Beach leaders could soon ban e-scooters at the Oceanfront. City Council is set to consider a resolution on Tuesday that prohibits them to be used east of Arctic Avenue between Rudee Loop and 42nd
(Blacksburg)- Virginia Tech is in the midst of preparing a local hotel to be used for student housing. Over-enrollment at the Blacksburg school sent administrators looking for alternative dorm spaces, and the Holiday Inn Express on Plantation
(Annapolis)- Maryland public schools are set to add LGBT and disability rights to their curriculum. The Maryland State Department of Education agreed to add new standards to the U.S. History curriculum for high schoolers to include the
(Arlington)- An advocacy group is pushing for protected bike lanes around Amazon’s new headquarters in Pentagon City. Sustainable Mobility for Arlington County is asking developers to build better infrastructure for new commuters and upgrade existing bike lanes.
(Albermarle)- A bacterial disease found in a state River is reportedly to blame for a dog’s death. An Albemarle County man says his German Shepherd contracted leptospirosis during a swim in the Rivanna River two weeks ago.
(Nelson County)- A memorial program is coming up Sunday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of deadly flooding in Nelson County. Storms in the wake of Hurricane Camille dropped two feet of rain in the area in August
(Charlottesville)- The widows of two fallen Virginia State Police officers are seeking 50-million-dollars each in wrongful death lawsuits. Berke Bates and Jay Cullen died in a helicopter crash while they were monitoring the governor’s motorcade during the
(Woodbridge)- Nine Virginia men are facing charges in an online prostitution sting. Prince William County police say the suspects responded to an online ad created by investigators that offered sex services last week. They were all arrested
(Blacksburg)- Electric scooters are coming to the campus of Virginia Tech. California-based company Spin is set to drop off 300 e-scooters for use beginning September 3rd. Riders will only be able to use the vehicles during daylight
(Woodbridge)- Eight people are displaced following a townhouse fire in Woodbridge. Crews responded to the 18-hundred block of Tilletson Place around 6:00 p.m. yesterday. Firefighters found heavy fire in the first townhouse which then extended to two
(Woodbridge)- A Fredericksburg woman is accused of driving drunk in a deadly wreck in Prince William County. Investigators say the car she was driving and a motorcycle veered off Dale Boulevard early yesterday morning and slammed into
(Annapolis)- Maryland’s tax-free week begins this weekend. Shoppers won’t have to pay sales tax on clothing and footwear priced at 100 dollars or less. The first 40 dollars on a backpack or bookbag also qualifies. The tax-free
(Undated)- Maryland is leading the nation when it comes to Internet speeds. Web watchdog HighSpeedInternet.com says the state’s average speed is about 65 megabits-per-second, well above the national average of just over 42 megabits-per-second. New Jersey, Delaware,
(DC)- A Virginia Congressman is joining other Democrats who have called for an impeachment inquiry of President Trump. Northern Virginia Congressman Gerry Connolly says the Mueller Report and testimony before Congress should trouble all Americans. He warned
(Charlottesville)- This weekend marks two years since deadly violence broke out at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville. The message this year is one that’s geared towards promoting economic and racial justice. The city has created