Virginia’s first medical cannabis dispensary opens in Bristol

Virginia’s first medical cannabis dispensary has officially opened to patients.

More Virginia colleges scrap traditional spring break

A growing number of Virginia colleges are announcing that spring break will be canceled or modified in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

ELECTION 2020: Voting is power

The future leadership of our nation and our city will be decided in the Tuesday, Nov. 3, general election.

ELECTION 2020: Incumbents for U.S. Senate and House of Representatives face challengers

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ELECTION 2020: 7th District incumbent faces GOP challenge for Congressional seat

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ELECTION 2020: 5 candidates for Richmond mayor share vision

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ELECTION 2020: City Council candidates tell their plans

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ELECTION 2020: School Board candidates outline plans

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Voter registration deadline extended through Oct. 15

Virginians have until 11:59 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15 to register to vote because of a 48- hour extension negotiated in court after the state’s online voter registration system went down Tuesday because of an accidentally severed cable.

Gov. Northam alleged target of anti-government militia group

Gov. Ralph S. Northam is calling on President Trump to stop encouraging extremists after an FBI agent disclosed in a Grand Rapids, Mich., courtroom Tuesday that Virginia’s chief executive had been mentioned as a potential target for abduction by a ...

Deadline to request absentee ballot Friday, Oct. 23

The presidential election, as well as contests for U.S. Senate, Congress, Richmond City Council and Richmond School Board, will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 3.

Free COVID-19 testing

Free community testing for COVID-19 continues.

Who should replace Confederate Robert E. Lee in U.S. Capitol representing Va.?

Maggie L. Walker. Virginia Randolph. Booker T. Washington. Barbara Johns. Pocahontas. Chief Powhatan. Edgar Allan Poe.

Northams out of isolation

After spending 18 days in isolation following a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, Gov. Ralph S. Northam appeared for the first time in public, speak- ing at a press briefing Tuesday afternoon.

General Assembly passes police reform measures

Smaller steps. Eight weeks into a special session, that appears to be the General Assembly’s approach in dealing with issues, including police reform.