Here are other ways that the state’s immigrant experience is not widely shared.
In some census tracts in Fairfax County, immigrants now constitute a majority. In parts of Southwest Virginia, the immigrant population is almost zero.
We began the year by posing 22 questions about what might happen in 2022. Now, at last, we can answer them. Here’s a look back at the year.
“What The Eyes Can’t See” by Margaret Edds, a veteran Virginia journalist, would make a good book club book. The impetus for Edds’ book was Northam’s infamous blackface scandal that nearly drove him from office, then led him to reconfigure his term around racial equity issues.
Virginia, one of the most affluent states in the country, is effectively relying on its most economically distressed communities to train more workers. Many localities in Southwest Virginia have created programs for students to attend community college for free, without the help of state aid.
Nurses and computer science majors are among the ones most likely to leave the state within a decade of graduation.This out-migration appears to be a new phenomenon. Second of a two-part series.
Gov. Glenn Youngkin is concerned because more college graduates are moving out of state than moving in. Here are the schools that produce the most graduates who leave. First of a two-part series.
Those are the three pillars of the governor’s economic plan. Here’s a closer look at what he’s proposing.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis recently detailed the gross domestic product of each locality. While Virginia’s economy grew as a whole, not every locality in the state has seen its economy return to pre-pandemic levels.
Some start-ups can’t afford to build their own lab space or may only need lab space intermittently. Advocates believe that new lab space in Blacksburg and Roanoke will encourage economic development and entrepreneurship in the region.