(Tappahannock)- An investigation is underway following a vehicle fire inside a building in Tappahannock. Fire crews responded to the old Tappahannock Ford building on Church Lane Monday evening, where it took nearly 100-thousand gallons of water to
(Loudoun)- Officials in Loudoun County want a Confederate statue gone. That’s the results of the Board of Supervisors vote last night to remove the statue known as the “Silent Sentinel” from outside of the Leesburg Courthouse. The
(Richmond)- Governor Northam is putting pressure on districts to change the names of schools honoring Confederate leaders. The governor sent out a letter yesterday, saying it’s no longer acceptable to name public schools after people who advanced
(Fairfax)- Several Fairfax County Public School teacher unions are saying it’s too soon for face-to-face instruction. At least three teacher unions are calling on the school district to start the year with online learning because of the
(Richmond)- The remainder of the Confederate monuments in Richmond will be removed this week. That is according to Mayor Levar Stoney’s Office but they did not release the details on when exactly they will be taken down.
(Spotsylvania)- The Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office has released the names of the victims in a fatal road rage incident on Saturday. Authorities say 39-year-old Fred Swick and 38-year-old Joe Swick were killed during an altercation after a man
(Richmond)- The Atlantic Coast Pipeline project has been cancelled. Richmond-based Dominion Energy and Duke Energy announced yesterday the planned 600-mile natural gas line has been dropped over legal uncertainties that overhang large-scale energy development in the U.S.
(Richmond)- The Stonewall Jackson statue on Monument Avenue is gone. Crews removed the Confederate monument yesterday after Mayor Levar Stoney said he was using his emergency powers to bring it down. He also said the risk of
(Richmond)- A number of new laws will go into effect in Virginia today. Casino gambling is now legal in Richmond, Bristol, Danville, Norfolk, and Portsmouth. Beginning today, each locality will decide the fate of Confederate statues in
(Richmond)- As other states are pausing their reopening plans, Virginia is moving into phase three. Restaurants can fill their dining rooms to full capacity. People are allowed to work out at gyms and fitness centers up to
(Woodbridge)- Two schools in Prince William County will be renamed. Stonewall Middle School and Stonewall Jackson High School will be renamed after a board meeting last night. Stonewall Middle will now be named Unity Braxton Middle School
(Richmond)- Governor Northam has launched the Virginia Rent and Mortgage Relief Program. The new program will use 50-million-dollars of the state’s federal CARES Act funding to assist families facing eviction or foreclosures because of the pandemic. There
(Fairfax)- An 11-month old girl is dead after being left in a car for an extended amount of time on Friday. Officers say the girl was left by accident in the car after the father returned home
(National Harbor, MD)- MGM National Harbor has reopened its doors. The casino has been closed since March due to the coronavirus pandemic. People returned to the slots this morning. All employees and guests will be subject to
(Richmond)- People are being offered an incentive for donating blood in Virginia. The Red Cross will give donors a free COVID-19 antibody test in return. Officials say it’s a win-win since people will find out if they