Cantaloupe season is off to a sweet start in Virginia thanks to a streak of warm, dry weather at the beginning of summer.
The Virginia Lottery reported record sales and profits for the state budget year ending on June 30th.
The Virginia Department of Corrections has completed the removal of restrictive housing in Virginia’s prisons.
The summer season means more pedestrians will take to Virginia streets and sidewalks as people head out to enjoy local attractions.
June sales numbers were strong, but several signs point to a slowing of the Virginia housing market over the second half of the year.
The Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association is supporting COVID-19 vaccine requirements for healthcare workers.
Virginia’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.3 percent in June, less than half of the 8.8 percent rate that we saw in the Commonwealth one year ago, at the height of the COVID-19 shutdown.
A new source of funding will be helping Virginia’s Planning District Commissions provide more affordable housing in their regions. Virginia Housing has announced $40 million in grants to Virginia’s PDCs for the creation of new housing initiatives.
CNBC today unveiled the results of its 14th list of America’s Top States for Business, with Virginia taking the number one position.
Virginia gas prices have risen 1.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.95/gallon today, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 4,081 stations in Virginia.
The Virginia Museum of History & Culture will welcome guests back to “BrewHaHa” on Saturday, Aug. 7, after not being able to host the event in 2020.
Though U.S. farmers are producing an abundance of agricultural products ready for interstate shipping, it’s hard to find truck drivers to move them.
A Cahokia, Ill., man pleaded guilty Thursday to transporting a minor from Virginia to South Dakota with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity.
The Virginia Department of Transportation announced this week the availability of a new feature on the 511 Virginia website and mobile app that helps drivers locate electric vehicle charging stations.
The future of the workplace will include more remote working and hybrid options in the wake of the pandemic — and some office footprints will shrink.