ASHEVILLE – Early Tuesday, the U.S. Marshals Service-Violent Offender Task Force in Asheville along with members of the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office and Hendersonville Police Department, arrested Robert Eugene Woodward, a fugitive from Arkansas with warrants in McDowell and six other N.…
Trump says his plan could hike taxes on the wealthy, contradicting experts and his own Treasury Secretary
A planned medical campus in Northern Virginia and innovative employee health programs will help the University of Virginia Health System continue to improve research and care, according to presentations at a meeting Wednesday of the system’s board.
The Daily Progress, Charlottesville’s one and only daily newspaper, was born 125 years ago today in a carriage shop at 112 Fourth St. NE, the progeny of brothers James and Frank Lindsay and 200 paid-in-advance subscribers personally solicited by James Lindsay, publisher and editor.
To University of Virginia students, President Teresa A. Sullivan said she “strongly disagrees” with the roughly 100 students, faculty and community members who shrouded the Thomas Jefferson statue that stands on the north side of the Rotunda during a protest Tuesday night.
University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan on Wednesday rebuked protesters who shrouded a statue of Thomas Jefferson on the north side of the school's Rotunda Tuesday night, saying they were "desecrating ground that many of us consider sacred."
ASHBURN - Sean McVay walked with purpose through the hallways of the Indianapolis Convention Center this past March on his way to interview college players participating in the NFL Scouting Combine.
It had been 274 days since the James Madison football team played in front of its home fans in Bridgeforth Stadium before Saturday’s 52-10 drubbing of East Tennessee State.
The Blue Ridge Parkway was closed from Tuggles Gap in Floyd County at Virginia 8 all the way to the southern terminus at the Great Smoky Mountains Monday afternoon.
On a glorious Sunday afternoon, 32,627 folks showed up at Nationals Park, where a celebration awaited. What played out was satisfying for the people who paid to attend, and then showed patience enough to stick around - a victory for the Washington Nationals, and then an odd-but-fun wait to watch on the big screen as the Atlanta Braves finished off the Miami Marlins, wrapping up Washington's fourth division title in the past six seasons.
In reversal, Maryland governor offers $500 million extra for subway if Virginia, D.C. and feds match it