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.
Virginia will receive $2.7 million in new federal Local Emergency Management Performance Grants (LEMPG) to help localities plan and respond to emergencies in their areas.
Farm Bureau producer members in Virginia have stepped up to provide assistance to victims affected by recent flooding in West Virginia.
Toray Plastics (America), Inc., a subsidiary of Toray Industries, Inc., headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, will invest $45 million to expand its Front Royal facility in Warren County.
Dinosaur hunters and Shenandoah Valley geology are among the topics for the Signature Speaker Series: Science Talks this fall at the Historic Wayne Theatre/Ross Performing Arts Center in Waynesboro.
The third, fourth and fifth presidents will be the subjects of the Signature Speaker Series: The Founding Fathers this fall at the Historic Wayne Theatre/Ross Performing Arts Center in Waynesboro.
Virginia will invest $850,000 over the biennial budget to expand its international trade initiatives promoting Virginia’s agriculture and forestry products around the world.
Educators and law enforcement officials will convene in Hampton on August 1 for the 16th annual School and Campus Safety Training Forum.
Farmers work outside all year long, and several have been treated for heat exhaustion at Bedford Memorial Hospital.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced the launch of a new grant program designed to ensure that workforce credentials are accessible and affordable.
The Motley Fool, a multimedia financial-services company, will invest $5 million to upgrade its facility and expand recruitment efforts in Alexandria.
Del. Steve Landes was named Chairman of the newly formed Joint Committee to Study the Future of Public Elementary and Secondary Education in the Commonwealth.
Activists marched to Governor McAuliffe’s house on Saturday to demand that he put the welfare of people ahead of the interests of polluters.
Peach production in Virginia in 2015 was 5,120 tons (10.2 million pounds), down 180 tons (360,000 pounds) from 2014.
Virginia’s wellness program that helps older Virginians with chronic diseases has won a $900,000 grant to expand across the Commonwealth.
Virginia will offer a sales tax holiday from August 5th-7th so that shoppers can purchase qualifying school supplies.
A new state-federal partnership that will provide Virginia law enforcement agencies with additional resources and training to combat human trafficking.
Governor Terry McAuliffe launched the 2016 Workforce Innovation Datathon Challenge, a competition inviting citizens, students, and government teams.
The Virginia Department of Elections is conducting eight in-person voter registration training sessions that are open to the public.
Governor McAuliffe completed his 18th trade mission on behalf of the Commonwealth of Virginia this week.
The Virginia Department of Education will award five additional high school innovation planning grants to divisions that have proposed bold programs.
House Speaker Bill Howell and Senate President Pro-Tempore Stephen D. Newman announced the creation of the Joint Working Group on Certificate of Public Need Reform.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced new export sales of Virginia wood products to the United Kingdom during a trade and marketing mission.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services today announced the second case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis in a Virginia horse this year.
When I was involved in electoral politics here in Virginia, I was advised by Democratic politicians to stay away from the issue of “right-to-work” laws.
Five drivers, a motorcyclist, a teenage passenger and a pedestrian died in seven traffic crashes across Virginia over the Fourth of July weekend.
The State Corporation Commission has approved an application by Dominion Virginia Power to construct and operate three solar generation facilities.
A new biennial budget containing major investments in education, workforce and economic development takes effect today.
The Virginia Department of Fire Programs has won a $267,022 grant through the Department of Homeland Security.