With a rich history, faithful following and modern versions, farmers markets have withstood the test of time.
It’s no secret that most people enjoy a good cookout during the summer months. While there are no rules about which foods should be served at a barbecue, there is a correct way to prepare grilled foods to ensure they’re safe.
Strawberries are center stage right now, but blackberries and blueberries will get their time to shine in a few short weeks.
The Prince Edward County Sheriff’s Office asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing 69-year-old woman.
On Endangered Species Day, research by James Madison University professor Jennifer Byrne is shedding light on the reasons why people volunteer to help animals.
Virginia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was unchanged in April at 3.0 percent, according to data released Friday by the Virginia Employment Commission.
The statewide median home sales price was $390,000 in April, a jump of $100,000 over April 2018, just four years ago, according to the April 2022 Virginia Home Sales Report released by Virginia REALTORS®.
Update: Thursday, 3:39 p.m. Carlos Piche has been located and is safe, according to a report from The Aware Foundation.
A Las Vegas-based laboratory owner who paid another lab owner to direct urine samples to his lab for testing and then billed the federal government for that testing was sentenced last week.
The shortage of baby formula across the United States is being exacerbated by many of the same issues implicated in the global supply chain crisis borne by the COVID pandemic, says a Virginia Tech industrial packaging and shipping expert.
The recent shortage of baby formula has scammers watching. They’re popping up online and on social media, scamming parents and caregivers out of their money for formula that doesn’t exist.
The Chesapeake Bay Program, in collaboration with the Chesapeake Conservancy, U.S. Geological Survey and the University of Vermont, announced the release of the Very High-Resolution Land Use/Land Cover and Change Data.
The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 26-year-old male.
Virongy Biosciences Inc., a developer of viral diagnostic technologies, anti-viral drugs, and therapeutic viral vectors, will invest $471,000 to expand in Prince William County.
The unofficial start to summer will be a busy one this year as AAA predicts 39.2 million people will travel 50 miles or more from home this Memorial Day weekend.
VDOT is engaged with Fauquier County leaders and citizens to tackle a serious safety issue at the intersection of U.S. 17 and Route 245.
A federal jury has convicted three members of a Midlothian household on charges pertaining to forced labor.
New data indicate another surge of the COVID-19 virus might be beginning, heightening the urgency for booster shots among nursing home residents and staff.
Update: Monday, 1:14 p.m. Maiah Daniel has been located, according to a report from The Aware Foundation.
Gas prices, for now, are holding steady, with the average for a gallon of regular unleaded unchanged over the past week, at $4.31 per gallon, according to GasBuddy.
Beginning Sunday at 6 p.m., westbound drivers who use exit 31 to access Route 245 (Old Tavern Road) and The Plains will need to use exit 28, U.S. 17 (Winchester Road) and head south to get to Route 245.
Richmond will host the city’s first ever Navy Week beginning on Monday, bringing sailors to participate in education and community outreach events throughout the city, including the Dominion Riverrock Festival.
Early in his 25-year career as a photographer, videographer, and explorer, Chris Kugelman, a 1994 Virginia Tech alum, worked an astonishing 14 months in the frigid cold of Antarctica for the National Science Foundation.
Virginia Agriculture Week is approaching, and the state’s farms are ready to be the stars of the show.
AARP Virginia is now accepting nominations for its 2022 Andrus Award for Community Service, which honors Virginians age 50-plus who are sharing their experience, talent, and skills to enrich the lives of their community members.