Terry McAuliffe, Glenn Youngkin
Everything You Need To Know About Early Voting in Virginia

Take advantage of voting early! You don't need an excuse, just check the hours and location at your local registrar's office.

Virginia Is Massively Expanding Broadband Access

The Biden administration's pandemic stimulus funding and direction from the Democratic General Assembly has increased funding for high-speed internet exponentially.

Federal Unemployment Benefits Are Ending Soon in Virginia. Where Do We Go From Here?

Since the federal government expanded unemployment benefits for those impacted by the COVID economic crisis last year, the VEC has paid out more than $14 billion aid to Virginians.

Doctor family
The Extraordinary Challenges Special Education Students Face In Extraordinary Times

Kate Doctor's four year old did a year of virtual preschool. It did not go well.

Student wearing a mask at his desk.
LIST: Virginia Schools Requiring Masks for Fall 2021 Semester

An updated list of the schools that are requiring (and are not) students to wear masks this fall.

Flooding in Old Town Alexandria
Alexandria’s Flooding Woes Get Fix from Biden’s COVID Relief Law

Nearly 20% of the city's first round of spending will go towards flood prevention.

The Redistricting Commission is hearing public comment before it draws new district maps
Redistricting Commission Hearing Focuses on Smaller, Fairer Districts

Virginians in the Southeast District voiced their concerns about the effect of gerrymandering on their region at the Virginia Redistricting Commission public hearing Tuesday afternoon.