The Times-Dispatch confirmed a Wednesday report from The Athletic that the Sun Belt Conference has sights on expansion, with JMU, Old Dominion, Marshall and Southern Mississippi top prospects.
Virginia tax revenues soared by 18.4% in September, showing further signs of economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic as Gov. Ralph Northam met with economists on Wednesday to revise the financial outlook for the next two-year state budget.
The City of Fredericksburg has a resilient and growing economy, one that is re-emerging from the uncertainty and disruption of the global pandemic.
Write-in candidate Scott Hirons is challenging incumbent Sarah Chase in her bid for reelection to the Falmouth District seat on the Stafford County School Board. Hirons, a government contractor who has children in Stafford schools, held the seat from 2014–17.
Democratic candidate and business technology consultant Pamela Yeung said her background in business, science and technology, along with her experience since 2018 as a county school board member, gives her the edge in the race for the Garrisonville seat on the Stafford Board of Supervisors.
'The Many Saints Of Newark' director Alan Taylor was grateful to have a bigger production budget than on 'The Sopranos' as it added more to some of the scenes in the film.
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Senate Dems Unveil $3.5 Trillion Budget, Focused on Climate, Social Programs.
A proposed $3.5 billion spending plan for federal COVID-19 emergency aid took two sharply different paths toward passage in the General Assembly on Wednesday.
We're hoping that the 2021 special session of the General Assembly called by Gov. Ralph Northam on Monday will be very different from the special session he called in 2020 to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. It should be a lot shorter, and focused on why the governor called it in the first place.
ARLINGTON COUNTY - With an eye toward the next two-year budget, Gov. Ralph Northam is proposing a $485.2 million spending package to reduce pressure on the state's overcrowded and understaffed public mental hospitals, while building on initiatives the General Assembly has approved in the past two years to transform behavioral health services in Virginia communities.
Faced with a potential fourfold increase in payroll taxes on Virginia businesses, Gov. Ralph Northam wants to deposit $862 million in the state’s depleted unemployment trust fund to help them hire workers and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.