While the number of people moving out has increased, the number of people moving into the state has declined.
Sen. Tim Kaine has been making the case for years. On Tuesday, Rep. Bobby Scott and Republican leaders reached an agreement that could speed the measure.
If Virginia’s exit from the RGGI isn’t overturned through new legislative action, air pollution will be more profitable, climate change will be negatively exacerbated and new housing will lose access to energy conservation measures.
The recent Ohio referendum showed conservative counties in Appalachian areas voted differently from conservative counties elsewhere in the state.
With nearly half its members entering the Senate for the first time, the 2024 session represents a unique opportunity to restore civility in the General Assembly’s upper chamber.
Democrats could have won more seats but in many competitive districts, Republican voters were more enthusiastic than Democratic ones.
Declining birth rates and an aging population are the forces that are prompting colleges and local governments to act.
The Marty Misjuns controversy raises a question that goes beyond Lynchburg: Can someone be a disruptor of the status quo and still be nice?
The head of the Roanoke Regional Partnership reviews job growth and demographics in the region.
Montgomery County Republicans lost some races they thought they should have won — for supervisor, school board and constitutional offices. Tech students factored in two races, but low turnout in some Republican precincts also cost the GOP.