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The start of a new fiscal year today brings fresh worries for Richmond officials already concerned about a year-end financial report now seven months overdue.
New Virginia laws take effect today on topics ranging from breastfeeding to bicycles, day care centers to drones.
A study found that fixing the chronically congested Route 288 interchange at U.S. 360 could cost upward of $120 million.
Democrat Terry McAuliffe is nationalizing the Virginia legislative elections. So are Republicans - by invoking McAuliffe, himself.
A large part of what makes the Impreza — and most other Subarus for that matter — popular with growing numbers of buyers is that each sells for roughly the same price as similar cars in their class, but they also include all-wheel-drive. For that option on competing models, if it’s available at all, the fee ranges between $2,500 and $3,000.
The Fourth of July is on a Saturday this year. Many restaurants are closed for the holiday, but that doesn't mean you can't eat out. Check out some of the spots that will be open for the holiday.
You know those beautiful Art Deco buildings that have sat vacant for seemingly forever next Perly's on Grace?
Some local restaurants are starting their Fourth of July holiday as early as tomorrow.
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