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SCC offers insurance tips for parents with students heading to college

August is the time many students head to college, some for the first time. In addition to new classes, instructors, friends and living quarters, this time can also bring new insurance needs.

10 years later: Our Katrina coverage

As the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, Augusta Free Press takes a look back at the devastation and the recovery efforts in Long Beach, Miss. Augusta Free Press travelled with The Valley Responds, a local community group aiding in recovery, for a day in Long Beach to learn about how the Valley’s response was having impact on families in the region.

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Resource available to help Virginians shop for auto, home insurance

When shopping for insurance, it is important to compare the same information from multiple carriers before making a decision about which policy is best for you.


Virginia insurance license exam fees eligible for GI Bill reimbursement

Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and some active duty military and reservists now have a new incentive to become licensed insurance agents in Virginia.

SCC Bureau of Insurance names Michael Beavers deputy commissioner of agent regulation

The State Corporation Commission Bureau of Insurance has named Michael Beavers deputy commissioner of its Agent Regulation Division.

Auto, homeowners insurance claims increase during Halloween

Mercury Insurance (NYSE: MCY) policyholders reported a substantial increase in property damage during last year’s Halloween week.

Virginia gets A rating on insurance industry report card

Virginia joins four other states given an A on the 2015 R Street Institute’s Insurance Regulation Report Card for 2015.


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