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What’s Next for Creighton Court Residents?

While the demolition and redevelopment of Creighton Court moves forward, residents are facing displacement and an uncertain future.

FILE - In this Thursday, June 11, 2020, file photo, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, left, listens as Aubrey Layne, Virginia Secretary of Finance, speaks during a press briefing inside the Patrick Henry Building in Richmond, Va. Officials from Virginia Gov. Northam's office say they are reading the fine print of the $1.9 trillion federal COVID-19 relief bill. They plan to meet next week with legislative leaders to start talks about how the state's portion of the aid would be best spent. (Bob Brown/Richmond Times-Dispatch via AP, File)
Will The American Rescue Plan Cause Another General Assembly Session?

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — State officials are reading the fine print of the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill and plan to meet next week.

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The Robert E. Lee Statue is Finally Coming Down!

Welcome to today’s edition of the Dogwood. We’ve got a roundup of today’s Virginia news coming right up. But First… Over the past week, Americans outraged by the police killing of George Floyd have taken to the streets to protest in over 300 cities nationwide. This has given rise to a movement seeking to defund...

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Del. Carrol Foy Wants to be Virginia’s First Black, Female Governor

Welcome to today’s edition of the Dogwood. We’ve got a roundup of Virginia news coming right up. But First… Virginia Beach has canceled the July Fourth fireworks in two locations in order to keep residents safe and comply with social distancing orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic. — WTOP Five Things You Need to Know Today...

Virginians Required to Wear Masks in Public Starting Friday

Welcome to today’s edition of the Dogwood. We’ve got a roundup of today’s Virginia news coming right up. But First… Due to the coronavirus pandemic, multiple Virginia summer camps have decided to not host campers this season. Here is a breakdown of which summer camps are closing their doors. — Dogwood Five Things You Need...

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Multiple Virginia Factories Have Reported COVID-19

Welcome to today’s edition of the Dogwood. We’ve got a roundup of Virginia news coming right up. But First… Even though the state’s gas prices are extremely low, travel is (unsurprisingly) expected to be down this Memorial Day weekend. — 8 News Five Things You Need to Know Today Virginia’s Coronavirus Cases Rise to Nearly...