Stories tagged: "Action"


Young girl holding protest sign
Getting Involved: New Law Lets Virginia Students Take Time Off For Civics

FAIRFAX-Virginia students can take one day off from school to help with a political event, protest or otherwise get involved with civics.

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For April 24

RICHMOND-Virginia plans to eliminate some math courses, the zoo makes plans to open and a third community fridge opens in Richmond.

Confusion Over Absentee Ballots
Early Voting Just Started For the June Primaries. Here’s How You Cast a Ballot

VIRGINIA BEACH- Friday marked the first day of early voting in Virginia's primary elections. But who can vote and who are you voting for? Also, where can you do it?

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For April 23

DANVILLE-Pittsylvania County voters will decide if a school plan moves forward, spring baseball starts back in Southside and there's a pink moon on the rise.

Dr. Keith Perrigan, superintendent of Bristol Virginia Public Schools, addresses the Virginia Board of Education. Dogwood photo by Amie Knowles.
Southwest Virginia Sees Virtual Academy as Classroom Solution

BRISTOL-Southwest Virginia’s Region VII came up with a multi-district solution to help struggling students.