Ending fiscal year 2021 with the largest budget surplus in history, Virginia is ready to take on the school infrastructure crisis.
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March suddenly parts ways with GOP strategist convicted on federal corruption charges
John Tate was pardoned by former President Trump last year; his wife Beth was announced as the delegate’s legislative aide shortly before the couple’s sudden departure.
Griffith to run again in 9th despite map that puts him in 6th
After the Virginia Supreme Court approves new maps, Cline runs in the 6th District, Griffith in the 9th.
‘A complete mystery box’
A time capsule found inside Richmond’s Robert E. Lee monument was opened Wednesday. But is it the one historians were looking for? Updated with video and more photos.
UVA-Wise rolls out ideas for state funding
Under outgoing Gov. Ralph Northam’s proposed budget, the college would receive $11.5 million over the next two years.
A son of the Southwest
On Sunday, Virginia will memorialize former Gov. Linwood Holton, a native of Big Stone Gap.
Northam proposes $500 million for school construction
Outgoing governor touts strong economy and a record $2.6 billion surplus in his final budget.
Northam: ‘I made rural Virginia a priority’
Outgoing governor reflects on his often turbulent tenure, warns Youngkin to not undo the commonwealth’s transition to clean energy.
Southwest, Southside get $705 million to close broadband gap
Northam also proposes $11.4 million in funding for UVA Wise.
‘We are fighting a biological war’
Northam urges residents in rural Virginia, where vaccination hesitancy is the highest, to roll up their sleeves.