Governor Terry McAuliffe announced the establishment of Virginia’s first registered cybersecurity apprenticeship.
Virginia has received an A ranking for its use of information technology across state government in the national 2016 Digital States Survey.
Absentee voting for the November 8 presidential election starts statewide on Friday.
The Virginia Department of Elections has received phone calls from voters who received a letter suggesting their voter registration status was in question.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe will campaign for Hillary Clinton in Charlottesville and Attorney General Mark Herring will campaign for Clinton in Richmond.
The Department of Homeland Security admitted to mistakenly granting citizenship to 858 immigrants who had previously received orders for deportation.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today that Virginia’s nonfarm payroll employment increased by 13,100 jobs in August.
My parents knew of my interest in politics and government from the time I started school.
A recent survey conducted by the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service shows tobacco is the leading organic product in Virginia.
Virginia House of Delegates Speaker William J. Howell issued the following statement Thursday on the Supreme Court’s order in Howell v. McAuliffe.
Virginia has been awarded $56.9 million in federal Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) funds to support and improve services for crime victims.
Virginians are experiencing slower growth in health care premiums, increased access to coverage, and higher quality of care under the Affordable Care Act.
August General Fund revenue increased 12.0 percent from the previous year with two additional deposit days boosting receipts in withholding and recordation taxes.
A trip to the Shenandoah National Park and the Skyline Drive which Jane and I took with two of our grandchildren brought back memories.
Dominion Hope and Dominion Transmission Inc. today informed about 915 union-represented employees that they will not be able to work until a new labor contract is reached.
Dominion has selected six college-bound students as recipients of the Dominion Memorial Scholarship.
This Labor Day, I ask every Virginian to join me in remembering the hard work of the farmers who provide food, feed and fiber for our state and nation.
Governor McAuliffe announced the release of a new study measuring the economic impact of Virginia’s housing industry.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced more than $9.5 million in Community Development Block Grant funding for 13 projects in Virginia.
Dominion announced the launch of its redesigned website at dom.com, making it easier than ever for customers to find what they want— fast.
Governor Terry McAuliffe challenged Dominion Virginia Power to accelerate outreach efforts by attending 400 events in the next 12 months.
Governor Terry McAuliffe proclaimed September as National Preparedness Month in Virginia, encouraging preparations necessary in the event of an emergency.
Dominion, government agencies and a company that specializes in removing waste coal are finishing up a major clean-up project in Southwest Virginia.
The new owners of an ethanol plant are convinced that the third time’s a charm.
Two Virginia farmers’ markets are near the top of the People’s Choice Leaders list in the American Farmland Trust’s annual Farmers Market Celebration.
Virginia peanut growers anticipate a 6.6 percent increase in their harvest this year, totaling 78 million pounds.
The Nation at Risk report led to numerous reforms, from high stakes standardized testing, charter schools, standards of learning, common core and others.
Claim forms are going out to HSBC borrowers in Virginia who lost their homes to foreclosure between January 1, 2008 and December 31, 2012.
Fifth District Republican congressional nominee Tom Garrett toured the American Buildings Company, a Nucor steel facility located in LaCrosse.
StableCraft Brewing in Augusta County has entered into an agreement with Blue Ridge Beverage Co. to distribute StableCraft beers to restaurants in Virginia.
Since the Virginia agriculture license plate initiative started in 2004, Virginians who display the specialty plate have been driving home their support for the state’s farmers.
Virginia will invest $850,000 over the biennial budget to expand its international trade initiatives promoting Virginia’s agriculture and forestry products.
The process of redistricting becomes complicated and very political as incumbent legislators attempt to draw lines around those persons most supportive of them.
The Virginia Department of Health is investigating a cluster of hepatitis A cases and has identified a potential association with smoothies from Tropical Smoothie Cafe restaurants in Virginia.
Virginia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate held steady at 3.7 percent in July while year-over-year job growth continued for the 28th consecutive month.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services announced the fifth and sixth cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis in horses this year.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services recently redesigned the Virginia Farm Link website and database,
The percentage of students achieving at the proficient or advanced level on SOLs in reading, mathematics and science increased by one-point statewide.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services announced the state’s estimated crop production for 2016.
The 333-mile Crooked Road featuring attractions that celebrate Southwest Virginia’s cultural and musical heritage brings in about $9.2 million annually.
This week, Virginia Democrats will open more than half a dozen coordinated campaign offices across the Commonwealth.
Northern Virginia DREAMers Natalia Rodas Calderon and Henry Lopez and Arlington school board member Dr. Emma Violand-Sánchez highlighted the importance of DACA and how it has impacted their lives.
The Department of Justice has awarded $570,326 in grants to support local law enforcement efforts and improve safety in communities throughout Virginia.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded grants totaling $9.5 million to help Virginia’s K-12 schools improve student achievement and support colleges and universities.
Applications are now being accepted for a $1 million state scholarship fund for students studying cybersecurity.
Tthe Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services encourages residents to check for the Asian longhorned beetle.
New analysis shows Virginia could add 271,000 jobs under Hillary Clinton’s economic plans, while it could lose 89,000 jobs under a Donald Trump presidency.
Attorney General Mark R. Herring today announced that Virginia is part of a $100 million settlement with Barclays Bank PLC and Barclays Capital Inc.
Local residents and community activists joined environmental and social justice groups to call for a comprehensive study and review of state fracking standards.
Dollar Tree, Inc., an American chain of discount variety stores, will invest $110 million for development of its corporate headquarters in the City of Chesapeake.