A crane and several work crews arrived at Monument Avenue to begin the process of removing the Robert E. Lee pedestal. It will be a weeks-long ordeal, removing granite block-by-block and transferring it into state care.
Rudolph and the abominable snowman used to have a third friend sitting outside of the Parker household in Charlottesville, but now all that’s left is a spray painted sign reading “Please return Snoopy.”
A Virginia judge has issued a temporary injunction blocking the enforcement of a law that banned electronic betting machines that had proliferated in gas stations, bars and other locations around the state.
Farmers across the United States and here in the valley are struggling with mental health issues, and the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation is looking to raise awareness of the problem and provide help to those in need.
The reports filed Thursday with the State Board of Elections show that Youngkin, a wealthy businessman, made no last-minute loans to his campaign in its final weeks. The $20 million he had loaned to his campaign had already been reported.
Researchers at the University of Virginia are tracking the new COVID-19 variant Omicron, but there are some concerns about how fast the search is going. Once doctor says data collection is running behind.