For the first time, women of Virginia and District of Columbia will compete on the same stage together at the Miss Virginia USA, Miss Virginia Teen USA, Miss District of Columbia and Miss District of Columbia Teen USA 2020 competition.
The Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia is getting ready to release its newest exhibit, Paradox of Liberty: Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello that explores the lives of slaves who lived and worked at Monticello.
Two years after Virginia established its first formal advisory body on environmental justice, legislators will weigh several bills proposing to weave the principle into the daily workings of state governance.
Saturday afternoon a local restaurant owner held a ‘Stop the Violence’ rally in response to the Christmas day quadruple shooting which killed 37-year-old Kenneth Lawson in addition to injuring three others, two of them critically.
Minutes before noon Tuesday hundreds of parents and their children gathered at the rotunda of the Virginia Museum of Science for the museum’s annual Noon-Year celebration. At noon a metal sphericle ball high above the center of the rotunda was supposed to drop 2,020 bouncy balls to the spectators be
The annual Illuminate Light Show & Santa’s Village toy drive, benefiting Mason’s Toy Box, was a big success this week, bringing in 441 new, unwrapped toys were collected and donated to Mason’s Toy Box Wednesday.
As Christmas fast approaches The United States Postal Service (USPS) is reminding drivers to keep in mind postal carriers who are delivering packages during the early morning hours or later than usual in the evenings.