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On State Street, it has grown particularly dark at the Paramount Center for the Arts.
EMORY, Va. -- A new scholarship at Emory & Henry College will be given to students who exhibit qualities of service in honor of a longtime state delegate who is known for giving selflessly to othe
Senate bill 673 was referred to and reported out of the House Finance Committee by an 18-4 vote.
The $27.5 million fine is the largest ever for violations of water pollution permits.
The first woman to serve on the federal bench in the Eastern District of Tennessee is a Southwest Virginia native who lived in Bristol.
BRISTOL, Va. — The investigation into BVU Authority’s finances has been wide-ranging, but should wrap up next month, the investigator said Wednesday.
Mark Costa said the community must do more to invest in amenities like restaurants, shops and movie theaters.
Governor Bill Haslam has reservations about the bill that would strip localities of their power to allow guns.
The worker was completing a task on the airfield lighting system when the accident occurred.
Jennifer Anders' mobile pet grooming business makes her a groom and go kind of girl. She can also give your dog a new identity or make it your messenger.
The proposed settlement is the largest ever of its kind.
Two suspects remain at large and could be armed, police said.
The graduation dates have been set for high schools in Washington County.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Organizers are seeking entries for the 2014 Virginia Film Festival.
A community survey about the Washington County Public Library is due today.
BRISTOL, Va. - Christopher Rehm has been selected the new head of school for Sullins Academy.
RICHMOND, Va. — Five people have been arrested as a result of three separate investigations into moonshine and drug operations in Franklin County.
The Dom-I-Necher fraternity, one of the oldest on campus, raised $25,000 in the past two years to establish the scholarship, which was announced today on the college's campus.
Officials say the lion mother, named Shera, delivered the cubs over seven hours on Sunday