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Every District Court in Virginia Is Already Hearing Eviction Cases

Few if any local court districts took up governor's offer to continue rent moratoriums.

Fairfax County Public Schools in Merrifield, Va. (AP Photo/Matthew Barakat, File)
‘Remember The Titans’ High School Is Still Named After a Segregationist

Alexandria's only public high school is named after T.C. Williams, who tried to stop the school system from integrating

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Your Landlord Can’t Just Tell You to Leave. Here’s How the Eviction Process Works in Virginia.

Including how things have (and have not) changed during COVID-19 The number of evictions in Virginia are continuing to pile up as officials work through a backlog of cases that started amassing at the beginning of the pandemic. As entire industries shut down to slow the spread of COVID-19 in March, Gov. Ralph Northam instructed...

In this Jan. 20 photo, demonstrators stand outside a security zone before a pro-gun rally in Richmond, Va. Gov. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)
SCOOP: Virginia’s Gun Safety Laws Haven’t Slowed Down Gun Sales at All

Sales since laws took effect this month outpace the entire month of June 2019 Seven new gun safety laws hit the books on July 1 in Virginia, and despite months of activists claiming Virginians wouldn’t be able to buy guns anymore, the new regulations aren’t slowing down historic gun sales in the commonwealth. In the...

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Northam: ‘No Shirt, No Shoes, No Mask, No Service.’

Governor says state is stepping up enforcement of mask requirement, businesses can lose licenses if they don’t require masks Gov. Ralph Northam announced the state will step up enforcement on a requirement to wear masks in public areas in an effort to combat an increasing number of coronavirus cases in the commonwealth.  During a special...

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Some of the Biggest PPP Loans in Virginia Went to Healthcare Companies and Doctors

These 11 companies collected between $5 million and $10 million from the federal government. Virginia businesses and nonprofit organizations received between $9.5 billion and $18.2 billion through the Payroll Protection Program, according to new data released Monday. And it shows that professional services industry, healthcare providers, hotels, and restaurant groups were some of the biggest recipients...

Charlottesville in the aftermath of the Unite the Right Rally in 2017. In the years since the city has worked to establish a civilian review board for the Charlottesville police, but it has taken years to get off the ground.
Here’s What You Need To Know From The Second Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board Meeting

Members of Charlottesville’s Police Civilian Review Board continued discussion on the role of an Executive Director position and considered the impact of changes that could be made by the General Assembly during the board’s second official meeting on Tuesday. The PCRB, which has been years in the making, was plagued by technology problems during their...